Makita - PJ7000 Plate Joiner, case

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The Makita PJ7000 is a Plate Joiner. The PJ7000 has powerful 6.0 Amp motor with 11,000 RPM for quick and precise cutting in a variety of woods. The rack-and-pinion vertical fence system is engineered for accurate fence adjustments, and the cast aluminum pivot fence has three positive stops at 0 degrees, 45 degrees, and 90 degrees. The blade diameter is 4-Inch with a maximum cutting depth of .75 in. and there are six depth settings with one-touch stops for the most common biscuit sizes including #0, #10 and #20. Features:Powerful 6.0 amp motor delivers 11,000 RPM for quick, precise cutting in a variety of woodsDesigned for making strong plate joints in a minimum amount of timeRack-and-pinion vertical fence system engineered for accurate fence adjustmentsCast aluminum pivot fence with three positive stops at 0, 45 and 90 degreesSlim and ergonomic body design for added comfortSix depth settings with one-touch stops for the most common biscuit sizes including #0, #10, and #20Cast aluminum front body for added durabilityTool-less blade cover and shaft lock for fast and easy blade changesLarge and easy-to-operate cam locks for fence adjustmentsLarge top grip handle for improved handlingNon-marring rubber strip insert on shoe engineered to prevent material from slippingDouble insulatedWhat's In the Box:Makita PJ7000 Plate Joiner


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Product Title: Makita - PJ7000 Plate Joiner, case

Manufacturer: Makita

Lowest Price: $177.99 from Amazon.com

Power Score: 4.0 | 1 Review


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Accurate, easy, solid construction

The PJ7000 has worked great for me; it's well-designed, easy to use, and cuts like a dream. Initially I was going to buy a leading competitor's plate joiner because I was unable to see an example of the PJ7000. I'm happy I decided to take a chance. The bulk of the tool is metal, too.

By Thumbs on Home Depot - Mar 20, 2012

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