MAKITA JR3050T 11 AMP RECIPROCATING SAW REVIEW
The 11-Amp Makita retaining machine (JR3050T) combines a powerful 11-amp, low weight (7.3 lb) engine for everyday use and improved performance. The variable speed motor of 11A (0-2,800 SPM) has a 1-1 /8-inch blade displacement for efficient cutting. It is ideal for cutting metals, cutting wood, plastering, and plasterboard, plastics, remodeling, and demolition. One of the significant brand new units of the Makita tools stable.
VERSATILE DESIGN FOR A WIDE RANGE OF APPLICATIONS
The JR3050T also has an internal ventilation system to remove debris from the cutting line for better visibility. It is equipped with a high-strength swab and a "tool-less" change blades for swapping and quick removal of the edges. The JR3050T has been designed to extend the life of ball and roller bearings and roller bearings, and a healthy body with a rubber gasket to seal the engine and dust and scraper bearings.
SOME FEATURES OF THE MACHINE
Variant 11A with variable speed and 1-1 / 8 inch.
Blade and shoe are easy to change and are quick and painless due to the no-adjust feature.
Ball and needle bearings prolong tool life, and accessible outer brushes allow easy maintenance.
It includes plastic case for convenient storage.
Measures 17-3 / 4 centimeters in length, weighs 7.1 pounds; Limited 1-year warranty.
Powerful 11-amp motor for continuous operation; 0 - 2800 SPM.
Variable speed triggers the speed adaptation to the application.
Long blade length of 1-1 / 8 "for faster cutting.
Changing the "no tools" blade and adjusting the shoe.
JR3050T SUPERIOR MEASUREMENT AMPLIFIER 11.0
Variable speed speeds for precise cuts in a wide variety of applications
Changing the "no tools" blade and adjusting the shoe
o / 8 long term for faster cutting
Balanced design (only 7.3 kg) to reduce operator fatigue
large fingers with lock button
The built-in blower removes the cutting line for greater precision
VERSATILE DESIGN FOR A WIDE RANGE OF APPLICATIONS
The JR3050T is one of the most versatile and robust alternatives that offer a lightweight Reciprocating Saw and is ideal for builders, manufacturers, retailers, and general contractors.
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
SAFETY OF THE WORK AREA
1. Make sure always to keep the work area clean and well lit. Obfuscated and the dark regions call for accidents.
2. Do not use power tools in explosive environments, such as in the presence of flammable liquids, gases, or dust. Electronic devices create sparks that can ignite dust smoke.
3. Keep children and passers-by away while using an automated tool. Distractions can make you lose control.
4. The power tool connectors must match the socket. Never change the plug in any way. Do not use plug adapters with grounded electrical tools. Unmodified connectors and corresponding outlets will reduce the risk of electric shock.
5. Avoid body contact with grounded surfaces such as pipes, radiators, stoves, and refrigerators. There is an increased risk of electrical shock if your body is rooted or grounded.
6. Do not expose power tools to rain or humid conditions. Water entering a cordless tool increases the risk of electric shock.
7. Do not abuse the cable. Never use the cord to carry, pull, or unplug the machine. Keep a safe distance between the wire and heat, oil, sharp edges, or moving parts. Damaged or wired cables increase the risk of electric shock.
8. When using an outdoor power tool, use an extension cord suitable for outdoor use. Using the right kind of outdoor cable reduces the risk of electric shock.
9. Take care, watch what you do, and use common sense when using an electric instrument. Do not use an electronic tool when you are tired or under the influence of drugs, alcohol, or drugs. A moment of inattention when using plenty of power tools can cause serious bodily injury.
10. Use safety equipment. Always wear safety glasses. Safety equipment, such as a dropped mask, slip protectors, protective hats, or hearing aids used in appropriate conditions, reduce body injury.
11. It prevents accidental start. Make sure that the switch is in the OFF position before connecting it. Moving power tools with your finger to the switch or combining the power tools in which the switch is inserted causes accidents.
12. Before turning on the power tool machine, remove any wrench or wrench. A wrench or a left key connected to a rotating part of the power tool can cause bodily injury.
13. Do not overdo it. Always keep balance and balance right. It allows for better control of the power tool in unexpected situations.
14. Appropriate clothing. Do not wear free clothing or jewelry. Keep your hair, clothes, and gloves away from moving parts. Clothing, silver, or long hair can be worn in moving parts.
15. If devices are provided for connecting dust extraction and dust collection facilities, make sure they are connected and used correctly. Using these devices can reduce the risks associated with dust.
USE AND CARE OF THE POWER TOOL
16. Do not force the power tool. Use the electrical correction tool for your application. The right electrical device will do the job better and safer at the speed at which it was designed.
17. Do not use the power tool if the button does not illuminate or not. Any power tools that cannot be controlled with the switch are dangerous and must be repaired.
18. Disconnect the power supply plug and battery from the power tool before adjusting, changing accessories, or storing power tools. These preventive safety measures reduce the risk of accidental starting of the power tool.
19. Keep inactive electrical appliances out of the reach of children and do not allow persons who are unfamiliar with the electric machine or these instructions to operate the power tool. Electronic tools are dangerous in the hands of inexperienced users.
20. Hold power tools. Check for non-alignment or binding of moving parts, broken parts, and any other conditions that may affect the operation of power tools. If it is damaged, repair the machine before use. Carefully maintained electrical appliances cause many accidents.
21. Keep cutting tools sharp and clean. Cutting tools well maintained with sharp cutting edges are less likely to bind and are easier to control.
22. Use the power tool, accessories, and tools, etc. According to these instructions and in the manner prescribed for a specific type of power tools, considering the working conditions and the work to be done. The use of other fire interventions than foreseen can cause a dangerous situation.
23. Repair the machine by a qualified person who uses only identical spare parts. It will guarantee the safety of the power tool
ADDITIONAL SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE
DO NOT allow the convenience or familiarity with the product (obtained from repeated use) to replace strict adherence to the saw's safety regulations. If you use this tool in an unreliable or incorrect way, you may be seriously injured.
1. Hold the power tool through insulated, gripping surfaces when performing an operation in which the cutting tool can meet hidden cables or its cable. Contact with a "live" wire will cause the exposed metal parts of the instrument to be "live" and create a shock to the operator.
2. Use proper holding clamps or other practical methods to fix and support the piece on a stable platform. Keeping the work manually or against the body makes it unstable and can lead to loss of control.
3. Always wear safety glasses or goggles. Eyeglasses or sunglasses are not goggling.
4. Avoid cutting nails. Inspect the workpiece for all pins and remove them before use.
5. Do not cut large pieces.
6. Check the correct distance beyond the workpiece before cutting so that the blade does not touch the floor, workbench, etc.
7. Hold the tool firmly.
8. Make sure that the blade does not touch the workpiece before the switch is turned on.
9. Keep hands away from moving parts.
10. Do not let the appliance work. Operate the tool only when held in hand.
11. Always stop and wait for the blade to stop completely before removing the edge from the workpiece.
12. Do not touch the quick blade or the piece immediately after surgery; they may be extremely hot and may burn the skin.
13. Do not use the tool unnecessarily.
14. Always use the correct dust/respirator mask for the material and application you are working with.
15. Some materials contain chemicals that can be toxic. Take care to avoid inhalation of dust and skin contact. Follow the material provider's safety data.
Before connecting the instrument, always check that the switch trigger is working correctly and returns to the "OFF" position when released.
The switch can be locked in the "ON" position to facilitate operator comfort during prolonged use. Take care to close the tool to the "ON" position and keep a grip on the device. To start the machine, pull the switch trigger. The tool speed is increased by increasing the pressure on the switch trigger. Release the switch trigger to turn it off. For continuous operation, press the switch trigger, and then press the lock button. Entirely pull the trigger, then release it to stop the instrument from the locked position.
INSTALLING OR REMOVING THE SAW BLADE:
All sawdust or foreign bodies that adhere to the blade, blade clamp/ blade holder and slider must be cleaned. Failure to observe this precaution may result in insufficient blade clamping, resulting in serious injury. To install the blade, always make sure that the blade clamp bush is in the released position before inserting the knife. If the blade clamp sleeve is in the fixed position, rotate the blade retaining sleeve in the direction of the arrow so that it can be locked in the free place.
The saw blade should be inserted into the blade clamp as far as possible. The sealing blade collar rotates, and the saw blade is secured. Make sure the sharp saw blade cannot be removed even if you try to remove it.
If the great saw blade is not inserted too deeply, the module may be unexpectedly removed during operation. It can be extremely dangerous.
To remove the saw blade, rotate the blade bush entirely in the direction of the arrow. The saw blade is removed, and the blade grip is fixed to the release position.
If the saw blade is removed without fully turning the blade clamp bush, the sleeve may not be locked in the free place. In this case, rotate the blade clamp again, then make sure that the blade retaining sleeve is locked in the released position.
Always firmly press the shoe onto the workpiece during operation. If the pump is kept away from the workpiece during service, strong vibrations and twisting will occur, causing the blade to fall.
Always wear gloves to protect your hands from hot splinters when cutting metal.
Always wear adequate eye protection following current national standards.
Always use appropriate coolant (cutting oil) when cutting the metal. Otherwise, premature blade wear may occur.
Firmly press the shoe against the piece. Do not skip the tool. Bring the blade into contact with the track quickly. First, make a pilot groove using lower speed. So, you use a higher rate to continue cutting.
Always make sure the instrument is switched off and disconnected before performing any inspections or maintenance.
REPLACING CARBON BRUSHES
Remove and periodically check the carbon brushes. Replace it when it is at the limit. Keep the carbon brushes clean and free to slip into the racks. Should remember to replace both the carbon brushes at the same time. Only use identical carbon brushes.
Some powders created by sanding, cutting, grinding, drilling and other building activities contain chemicals known to the state of California to cause cancer, congenital disabilities or other reproductive damage.
Some kinds of these harmful chemicals are:
Any crystalline silica from either bricks and cement or other masonry products; and
Arsenic and chrome from chemically treated wood.
The risk arising from these exposures varies according to the frequency of this type of work.