The Makita JN1601 Nibbler performs clean, precise cutting in keystone plate, deck plate and other corrugated/trapezoidal sheet materials. Die holder swivels full 360° for easy cutting at an angle to grooves in corrugated/trapezoidal sheet materials. It is fitted with an ergonomically designed handle and has a compact and lightweight design.
Input Power: 550W
No Load Speed: 2,200/min.
Cutting Radius: Inside Edge 45mm, Outside Edge 50mm
Capacity: Mild Steel 1.6mm, Stainless Steel 1.2mm
All vibration figures quoted are Tri-axial to EN60745 2006.
Vibration Cutting Sheet Metal: 7.5 m/sec²
Vibration K Factor: 1.5 m/sec²
Noise Sound Power: 94 dB(A)
Noise Sound Pressure: 83 dB(A)
Noise K Factor: 3 dB(A)
1 x Makita JN1601 1.6mm Nibbler 550W 240V Version.
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Makita's acquisition of Dolmar in 1991 has also meant that we have one of the strongest histories in the Outdoor Power Equipment market and the plant in Germany constantly delivers tools worldwide to the highest quality.
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