Makita LF1000 Flipover saw 10"/260mm , complete with TCT blade, blade guard and electric brake
The Makita LF1000 flip-over saw fills the gap in the Makita saw inventory and provides the ideal saw system for site or workshop operations. Joining the recently expanded slide compound mitre saw range the new flip-over saw comfortably matches market specification at a very attractive price. Quick mitre saw/table saw conversion. The Makita LF1000 has a 260mm diameter blade powered by a 1650 watt motor that will run to 2700rpm. As a table saw, the LF1000 has a maximum depth of cut; at 90° it is 70mm and at 45° a class leading 48mm. Turning the motor/blade assembly over to mitre saw layout offers a maximum mitre cut of 68mm depth on stock 155mm wide. The Makita LF1000 meets the needs of site operatives with a rigid cast aluminium base frame and table. This sturdy saw weighs 33kg making is easily transportable. Sophisticated controls provide electronic speed control with safe, soft start operation and the respected Makita electronic brake safety feature. People who bought this say, "Everything is very solid and well built."
Lightweight motor makes the conversion quick and easy.
Powerful motor designed to cut tricky material and hard wood.
Max thickness for mitre or table cutting is over 2 "
Removable sub fence - for cutting thick and thin materials
Saw has Soft-Start - prevents breaker from tripping at job sites.
Maintains constant speed under load.
Machined aluminium table for strength and accuracy.
On-off switch with anti restart safety feature.
Aluminium cast base gives superb rigidity.
Fold away legs for easy transport in car or van.
Weighs only 33kg for easy transport.
Excellent for all aspects of site work, including 1st and 2nd fix.
Makita LF1000 10in/260mm Flipover Saw 240V reviews verified by reevoo
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Scores 9.7 out of 10based on 7 reviews
9 out of 10
Great versatility, mitre saw and table saw in one well designed unit. Very accurate once setup, solid all metal construction - weighs a ton so its a two man job to move around for anything other than a short distance.
It's fairly quiet in operation with soft start and brake features.
Needed a bit of calibrati...
22 April 2015
04 May 2015
10 out of 10
Engineer by trade.
Having had the De-Walt version of this style saw I prefer the Makita. The legs on the table are better to put down as they fold up and down. The option to start & stop the motor in the chop position as you are cutting rather than have the motor run all the time is much safer. The legs also have adjus...
The one thing that lets t...
31 May 2014
10 June 2014