Makita DLS600Z – Neat Little Cordless Mitre Saw

Robin takes the new Makita DLS600Z mini mitre table saw for a test drive and loves it. Just imagine how much he’d love the Festool version!

More info from Makita

Makita 18v LXT BL 165mm Mitre Saw Bare Unit DLS600Z
The Makita model DLS600Z is a 18v LXT BL 165mm Mitre Saw Bare Unit.
DLS600 is a lightweight and portable 165mm (6-1/2″) cordless mitre saw powered by 18V Li-ion battery, and suitable for cutting baseboard, architrave etc.
Body only / naked machine supplied without battery or charger.

Features and Benefits:
• Electric brake
• Soft start
• LED job light
• Brushless motor
• Built-in laser guide
• Carrying handle for easy transport
• Aluminium base for higher durability and accuracy
• Mini sub-fence provides wide guide support when performing vertical cut or left bevel cut
• Automatic Torque Drive Technology: Automatically changes the cutting speed according to load condition for an optimum operation
• Double bevel design: The saw head can tilt left and right 0° to 45° (up to 46° when using release lever)
• Battery fuel gauge

Technical Specification:
• Battery Type – Lithium-ion
• Voltage – 18 v
• Body only machine
• Blade Diameter – 165 mm
• Bore Diameter – 20 mm
• No Load Speed – 5000 rpm
• Max bevel range – 46 – 46 º
• Max mitre range – 52 – 52 º
• Max Cutting Capacity – 46 x 92 mm
• Noise sound pressure – 90 dB(A)
• Noise sound power – 97 dB(A)
• Noise K factor – 3 dB(A)
• Vibration K factor – 1.5 m/sec²
• Vibration no load – 2.5 m/sec²
• Net weight – 6.6 kg

Supplied With:
• Dustbag
• Vertical vice
• Hex wrench x2
• Triangular rule
• TCT saw blade

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