Two 18V Li-ion batteries power the Makita DJR360ZK 36V LXT Cordless Brushless Reciprocating Saw. Also, To maximize battery energy usage for up to 50 percent longer run-time per charge, the powerful Makita Brushless Motor is operated electronically. Thanks to the tool-less blade changing system, blade changes are fast and the LED work light allows for accuracy, even in dark areas. Moreover, When used in harsh weather conditions, the Makita XPT (Extreme Defense Technology) device defends against water and dust penetration.
A reciprocating saw is a type of machine-powered saw in which a push-and-pull (“reciprocating”) motion of the blade achieves the cutting operation. Further, Similar to that of a jigsaw, the traditional configuration of this saw has afoot at the base of the blade.
How Do Reciprocating Saws Work?
The battery continues to drive a piston up and down when you turn on a reciprocating saw, which moves a clamp attached to the piston. This clamp is the one that holds the blade and is the one that lets it move back and forth with the blade.
Features and benefits
- Brushless motor
- Tool-less blade change
- Lock-off lever
- Electric brake
- High power
- Battery Type – Lithium-ion
- Body only machine
- Voltage – 36 (18×2) v
- Capacity in Wood – 255 mm
- Stroke Length – 32 mm
Components and Functional Features:
Without a question, the Makita DJR360ZK 36V LXT blade reciprocating saw is a versatile tool that can be used for several tasks. Use a coarse blade when hacking through lumber. In order to slash through the plaster, use the coarsest-tooth razor.
On the other side, cordless reciprocating saws are the ones that count with a battery. Since they are simpler and more convenient to carry, cordless ones are preferred among the public.
Variable Speed & Control System
There are a few models that come with a full-speed & control system, some reciprocating saws come with only one speed.
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