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Carrying Case

Model No: JN3201J


Powerful Motor For Continuous Operation In Up To 10 Gauge Mild Steel and 13 Gauge Stainless Steel

  • All ball and needle bearings for longer life
  • Built-in thickness gauge for operator convenience
  • Easy punch and die replacement for less down time
  • Low noise level - Just 81 dB
  • Lock-On Button enables easy continuous operation
  • Ergonomic Soft Rubber Grip design for vibration absorption and comfortable operation

STANDARD EQUIPMENT

INCLUDES: Punch (792728-1), Die (792292-2), Hex Wrench 3 (783201-2), Wrench (781019-5), Interlocking Case (197211-7) 

SPECIFICATIONS


Maximum Capacities:

Mild Steel

3.2 mm / 10 ga

Stainless

2.5 mm / 13 ga

Aluminum

3.5 mm / 10 ga

AMPS (120V)

6.2 A

Vibration Level

10.0 m/s2

Noise Level

81 dB(A)

Strokes Per Minute

1,300 SPM

Minimum Cutting Radius:

Outside Edge

5-1/16" (128 mm)

Inside Edge

4-3/4" (120 mm)

Overall Length

8-7/8" (225 mm)

Net Weight

7.4 lbs (3.4 kg)
 
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Note: Makita Canada reserves the right to change specification of products without notice. The contents of the parts breakdown and Instruction manuals may be different from current products.

 
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