|Depth of Cut at 90 Degrees:||2-3/16-in|
|RPM:||2,000 - 5,200|
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Building a Murphy bed for our guest bedroom. Requires multiple dead on straight cuts on 3/4" cabinet grade plywood, which is expensive wood. The rail system makes the cuts dead on strait with no chipping. The blade that comes with the saw makes every bit furniture grade cuts. Saw NEVER bogs down
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Q:What is difference between Makita SP6000J and SP6000k saws?
A:They are basically the same. The SP6000K is a order model and is being discontinued by the manufacturer. The SP6000J is the newer version of the saw.