Makita SP6000J1 Plunge Cut Circular Saw
Makita SP6000J1 Plunge Cut Circular Saw w/ 55" Guide Rail
- Available with or without 55" guiderail
- Powerful 12.0 AMP motor for optimum performance in a wide variety of materials
- Precision accurate cutting delivers a splinter-free mirror finish
- Electronic speed control maintains constant speed under load for smooth cutting
- Variable speed control dial (2,000-5,200 RPM) enables user to match the speed to the
- Built-in current limiter helps prevent motor burnout
- Soft start feature for smooth start-ups
- Large cutting capacity (2-3/16" at 90° and 1-9/16" at 45°)
- Track Included: Yes
- See our Makita 6-1/2" Plunge Cut Circular Saw
- Easy-to-set depth adjustment with large scale
- Smooth and convenient plunge release lever for operator comfort
- Bevel capability (-1 to 48°) with positive stops at 22.5° and 45°
- Magnesium components deliver a well balanced and lightweight saw
- Dual front and rear bevel supports provide additional rigidity for prec cuts
- Precise bevel cutting as the position of the blade enters the materia whether cutting straight or bevel
- Close to the wall cutting (11/16") for expanded cutting applications
- Blade Diameter: 6-1/2"
- Arbor: 20mm (13/16")
- Maximum Cutting Capacity at 90 degrees: 2-3/16"
- Maximum Cutting Capacity at 45 degrees: 1-9/16"
- No Load Speed: 2,000 - 5,200 RPM
- Watts Out: 1,300
- Amps: 12
- Length: 13-3/8"
- Weight: 9.1 lbs.
- Shipping Weight: 16.2 lbs
Q. I can't see the blade cutting or the line of cut when I cut with the guide rail.
A. When using the guide rail, once you line-up the cut and clamp the rail to the material, the cut will be dead-on.
Q. Do I place the good side up or down when using this saw? (With conventional circular saws the good side is typically placed down since the rotation of blade cuts upward and the material tends to splinter on the top.)
A. With the SP6000J you can put the "good" side either up or down. Just remember to perform a preliminary "score" cut using the quick depth-stop button setting. This step, along with the rubber support on the guide rail during your final cut, will produce a splinter-free top.
Q. Often times when cutting thick material or on a bevel the material will burn. How will this saw cut thick material?
A. When using the guide rail system, clamp the rail to the material so the rail rests firmly on the material. This will help produce perfect cuts without burning.
Q. Are there different blades available?
A. At this time we will only be offering a 48T TCT blade for general purpose cross cutting.
Q. What other tools uses a 20mm (13/16") arbor?
A. Festool's TS55 blades will fit but the diameter is smaller than 6-5/16"