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Makita LW1400 Cut‑Off Saw with Tool‑Less Wheel Change

Makita LW1400 Cut‑Off Saw with Tool‑Less Wheel Change

The Makita 14” Cut-Off Saw (LW1400) is a metal-cutting solution built for light gauge metal stud and strut, pipe, all thread, conduit, tubing, rebar, and more. The LW1400 features an extra-large spark guard, and a “tool-less” flange removal for faster blade changes and ease-of-use. The 15 AMP motor delivers 3,800 RPM for the most demanding metal cutting applications. It is engineered to cut up to 5″ round stock, 4-11/16” square tube, and 4” x 7-5/8” or 2-3/4” x 9-1/8” rectangular tube. It also features two “tool-less” adjustment features including the fence (45 degrees right or left) and vice adjustment for increased productivity. The LW1400 weighs only 37.9 pounds with a locking pin that secures the cutting head in the down position for easy transport and storage. Additional features include a large ergonomic handle and two-stage lock-off power button.

Features

Powerful 15 AMP motor delivers 3,800 RPM for superior performance and durability

“Tool-less” flange removal for quick and easy blade and wheel changes

Extra-large spark guard captures and deflects debris away from the surrounding area

Large cutting capacity; cuts up to 5″ round and 4″ x 7-5/8″ rectangular

“Tool-less” fence adjustment up to 45º for faster and more accurate angle cuts; adjusts to 3 locations for various material sizes

“Tool-less” vice adjustment for quick and easy clamping of material

Locking pin secures cutting head in down position for easy transport and storage

Stamped steel base provides added rigidity for increased durability

Two-stage lock-off power button for operator convenience

Large ergonomic handle for operator comfort when performing various cutting applications

Carrying handle is ergonomically positioned to provide a balanced weight distribution for increased comfort while transporting the saw

Weights only 37.9 lbs. for increased job site portability

Spindle lock for easy accessory changes


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