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#1 posted 960 days ago

I’ve had a bunch of them, and most were pretty inaccurate.
The present model, a Makita 4324 seems to be a bit different than the other ones I’ve had. I bought it to cut sheet metal in tight places while repairing RV’s and so far it’s been accurate, easy to control and doesn’t overheat.
Some of the aluminum I’ve cut has been up to 3/8” thick and it never slowed down.
I’ve cut wood with it up to 2” thick and like someone else said, there is a learning curve. Once you figure it out it seems to do a good job.
However, I still like my band saw better when I can use it!

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