Important considerations when choosing Makita Metal Cutting Saw
Power Tools and Accessories. Imported from Japan. Commercial Brand Makita. Ceramic-metal blade for cleaner, faster cuts and superior life in mild steel cutting. Lightest weight in it s class at 10.6-Pound yet delivers 13 AMP power to get the job done. Maximum cutting depth of 2-1 2-Inch for metal studs, conduit and metal roofing. Aluminum chip collector, spindle lock and stainless steel base. Lower safety guard lever allows user to open safety guard half way by hand for plunge cutting into roofing materials
What is the advantage of this Makita Metal Cutting Saw ?
Circular Saw, Blade Dia. 7-1 4 In. , Blade Side Right, No Load RPM 3500, Arbor Size 5 8 In. , Depth of Cut 90 Deg. 2-1 2 In. , Depth of Cut 45 Deg. 2-1 2 In. , Amps 13. 0, Tool Length 14-1 8 In. , Tool Weight 10. 6 lb. , Bevel Capacity 90 Degrees, Cord Length 10 ft. , Brake Type None, Voltage 120VAC, Features Heavy Duty Blade Cover, Virtually Spark Free Cuts, Tool Less Blade Cover Removal and Chip Collection Window, Large Cutting Capacity, Quick Release Blade Guard Lever
Attention Plumbers, Electricians, Roofers and Metal Fabricators the Makita 4131 Metal Cutting Saw has finally arrived. Make-Inch cold-Inch cuts through a variety of mild steel and eliminate the worry of hot sparks and flying debris. Cut through Steel Roofing, Conduit, Iron Pipe and more with this powerful 13-AMP workhorse. Almost 2-Pound lighter than the competition 10.6-Pound , the 4131 has a maximum cutting depth of 2-1 2-Inch and a higher chip retention efficiency than other competitors models. Equipped with the Ceramic-Metal blade for incredibly fast and clean cuts each and every time. Expect the best and get it with Makita Power Tools.
Customer reviewsMetal cutting made easier.
It s a great saw for structural metal studs. It s almost like cutting wood studs with a regular saw. The jobsite I work on requires a fire watch when ever you use any tool that creates sparks, however this saw does a good enough job of capturing the steel filings that they don t require me to waste a man s time just standing there watching sparks fly like you would with a chop saw. It s nice that you don t have to feed the material to the saw like a chop saw, you can just put you studs on a set of horses and use it like a regular power saw. I would definitely recommend ear protection, because cutting heavy 16 gauge studs is extremely loud. Eye protection is a given, the saw even comes with goggles.