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The Makita LS1040 - Power, Precision, and Portability all in one

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The Makita LS1040 - Power, Precision, and Portability all in one

  1. 1. Makita LS1040 Portable and Powerful Make sure to click the link below to read reviews of other popular Miter Saws http://slidingmitersawsite.comBrought to you by: Julius Ward -- Visit my blog: http://Slidingmitersawsite.com
  2. 2. For a wood worker the need for different saws to do a project is important. Among the different saws awood worker would need is a sliding miter saw. This particular Makita miter saw is usually used whenmaking frames and similar projects that require the wood to be cut at an angle.I had a chance to take a look and now would like to shed a spotlight to the Makita LS 1040. TheMakita LS 1040 is a 10” sliding miter saw that weighs a light 22.5 pounds and is one of the mostportable saws among its peers. The Makita LS1040 is also capable of doing bevels. To get a better lookat the Makita LS 1040, here are its features and specifications.Features of the Makita LS 1040:- A heavy duty 1650W motor- Machined aluminum base with precise and calibrated angles- Bevel can cut to 45 degrees left- Electric brake- Removable safety lock button- Has an optional accessory of a fluorescent lamp attached to a flexible arm- Has a dust extraction system that extracts dust into a removable bagSpecifications of the Makita LS 1040:- Blade diameter is between 10” to 10¼”- No load RPM is at 4,600- 15 amp motor- Weight is at 22.5 pounds- Capacity at 90 degrees is at 3-9/16” x 3¾”- Capacity at 45 degrees is at 3-9/16” x 2-5/8”- Arbor hole is 5/8”- Power Cord is 8.2 ft. long- It has 2 bevel stops- Includes a wrench, carbide blade and a dust bagPros of the Makita LS 1040:The Makita LS 1040 is very accurate when it comes to the cuts that you want. This is achieved throughits bevel capacity which goes up to 45 degrees to the left and 52 degrees to the right. Aside from theaccuracy of the cuts, the Makita LS 1040 also packs quite a punch with its 15 amp motor which goes tosay that accuracy is next to nothing without power.For longer work and bigger loads, the Makita LS 1040 has also an answer for that. Built with theMakita LS 1040 is a dual-post pivoting arm that is built sturdy to handle punishing tasks and a pivotfence that can support a large stock. Safety is not compromised with the Makita LS 1040 with its lockbutton and electric brake. Perhaps the most convenient feature of the Makita LS 1040 is the handlewhich is very ergonomic because of the paddle trigger. The paddle trigger on the Makita LS 1040allows for you to squeeze the trigger no matter where you are holding the handle which is great forboth the left and right hand use.Brought to you by: Julius Ward -- Visit my blog: http://Slidingmitersawsite.com
  3. 3. Cons of the Makita LS 1040:There are a few downsides to the Makita LS 1040. One is the removable safety lock button which iflost can be hard to replace. The smooth swivel action on the Makita LS 1040 might also be a problemfor some because it would generally take more time than with the cam-lock systems that other mitersaws have. Overall the Makita LS 1040 has managed to balance portability, accuracy and power in apackage that is a great value for the price.Visit slidingmitersawsite.com to view this post as well as reviews of other popular sliding miter saws.Brought to you by: Julius Ward -- Visit my blog: http://Slidingmitersawsite.com

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