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What is the rpm's on this saw and will it handle a 14 inch diamond blade?
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Is the blade rigid enough to give you a straight cut without flexing?
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Is this connected after a blast cabinet reclaimer?
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What is the rpm's on this saw and will it handle a 14 inch diamond blade?
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Is the blade rigid enough to give you a straight cut without flexing?
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Is this connected after a blast cabinet reclaimer?

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"FREE SHIPPING - Makita Circular Saw - 7 1/4in., 15 Amp, 5800 RPM, Model# 5007MG"

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"This rugged, lightweight 7 1/4in. magnesium circular saw is powered by a high-torque Makita built motor 2300 Watt that delivers proven performance and jobsite durability. Magnesium components create a lightweight saw 10.1 lbs. that is well-balanced and jobsite tough. Make quick, one-handed adjustments using large, rubberized levers. Settings are easy to read with oversized number and ruler markings. Large cutting capacity 2 1/2in. at 90 and bevel capacity 0-56 with positive stops at 22.5 and 45. Two built-in LED lights illuminates the line of cut for increased accuracy. Includes a premium 7 1/4in. carbide-tipped framing blade that cuts 50 faster and lasts 2X longer. Speed - No Load RPM 5,800, Blade Included Yes, Bevel Capacity deg 56, Blade Location Right of motor, Spindle Lock Yes, Depth Adjustment Yes, Case Included Yes, Cutting Depth at 45 in. 1 3/4, Amps 15, Dimensions L x W x H in. 12 1/2 x 9 1/2 x 10 3/8, Cutting Depth at 90 in. 2 1/2, Watts 2,300, Electric Brake No, Wrench Included Yes, Cordless No, Bevel Stops deg 22.5 and 45, Arbor Size in. 5/8, Blade Diameter in. 7 1/4. Better fit and more control with comfortable rubber grip on handle Built-in dust blower enhances the line of cut Blade wrench is attached to saw for fast and convenient blade changing Reinforced power cord withstands jobsite abuse"
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Questions & Answers for "FREE SHIPPING - Makita Circular Saw - 7 1/4in., 15 Amp, 5800 RPM, Model# 5007MG"

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In what country is this saw made?

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The Makita Circular Saw is manufactured in China.
answered 2 years, 8 months ago
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Makita manufactures and assembles power tools across a global network of ten manufacturing and assembly plants, including the Makita Corporation of America located in Buford, GA. The 7 1/4in., 15 Amp, 5800 RPM (5007MG) is currently manufactured in China.
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