|Item Weight||72.8 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||22.05 x 32.68 x 21.65 inches|
|Item model number||LS1019L|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Number Of Pieces||1|
|Included Components||Vertical Vise (122854-6), Hex Wrench 6 (781044-6), Triangular Rule (762001-3), Dust Bag (122852-0), 10" x 5/8" 60T Micro-Polished Miter Saw Blade|
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Makita LS1019L 10" Dual-Bevel Sliding Compound Miter Saw with Laser
|Item Dimensions LxWxH||22.05 x 32.68 x 21.65 inches|
|Item Weight||72.77 Pounds|
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- 10" slide miter saw with the Crown molding cutting capacity (6-5/8" nested) of a 12" miter saw
- Linear ball bearing system engineered to deliver "dead-on" accurate cuts
- Innovative direct drive gearbox and guard system is engineered for increased vertical cutting capacity (5-1/4")
- Unique 2-steel rail sliding system design offers single slide-glide operation; reducing saw's footprint and allowing operation flush against a wall
- Less weight (57.9 lbs.) and the most compact design in its Class for easy jobsite portability
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- Powerful 15.0 AMP direct drive motor requires less maintenance and delivers 3,200 RPM
- Increased capacity for up to 6-5/8" crown molding (vertically nested), 5-1/4" baseboard (vertical), and 12" crosscuts at 90°
- Large-sized aluminum base improves stability of material for efficient cutting
- Soft start suppresses start-up reaction for smooth start-ups and longer gear life
- Miters 0-60° left and right; Bevels 0-48° left and right
Makita LS1019L 10" Dual-Bevel Sliding Compound Miter Saw with Laser
Large Cutting Capacity
The Makita 10” Dual-Bevel Sliding Compound Miter Saw with Laser (model LS1019L) delivers large cutting capacity and accuracy right out of the box. With the LS1019L, you'll get all the cutting performance you need in a slide compound saw, but with the most compact size in the category for increased portability. With up to 6-5/8” capacity (crown molding, nested) jobs like cutting baseboards and crown molding are a snap, but with up to 5-1/4” baseboard, capacity, it can cut 4x4 dimensional lumber in one pass. It's ideal for fine woodworking, carpentry, general construction, and more.
The LS1019L is powered by a 15 AMP direct drive motor with soft start, a key point of difference. This means smoother start-ups and consistent, constant power with no belts to slip or replace. The electric brake provides added convenience. The LS1019L will tackle the most demanding jobs while keeping production high.
Vertical Vise (122854-6).
Dust Bag (122852-0).
Triangular Rule (762001-3).
10" x 5/8" 60T Micro-Polished Miter Saw Blade.
Hex Wrench 6 (781044-6).
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|Included Components||Vertical Vise (122854-6), Dust Bag (122852-0), Triangular Rule (762001-3), 10" x 5/8" 60T Micro-Polished Miter Saw Blade, Hex Wrench 6 (781044-6)||18V X2 LXT® (36V) BL 10" Dual-Bevel Slide Compound Miter Saw(XSL06Z); (2) 18V LXT® Lithium-Ion 5.0Ah Battery (BL1850B); 18V LXT® Lithium-Ion Dual Port Charger (DC18RD); Vertical Vise (122854-6); Dust Bag (122852-0); Triangular Rule (762001-3); Hex Wrench, XSL06 (781044-6); 10" x 5/8" 40T Micro-Polished Miter Saw Blade||1) Miter saw, 1) Carbide Blade, 1) Blade Wrench, 1) User guide.||Blade||
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|Item Dimensions||22.05 x 32.68 x 21.65 inches||22.44 x 32.68 x 21.65 inches||21.00 x 17.00 x 17.00 inches||0.00 x 0.00 x 0.00 inches||16.00 x 9.80 x 5.90 inches|
|Voltage||120 volts||36 volts||110 volts||120 volts||—|
The Makita 10” dual-bevel sliding compound Miter saw with laser (model LS1019L) delivers large cutting capacity and accuracy right out of the box. With the LS1019L, you'll get all the cutting performance you need in a slide compound saw, but with the most compact size in the Category for increased portability. With up to 6-5/8” capacity (crown molding, nested) jobs like cutting baseboards and crown molding are a snap, but with up to 4-3/4” baseboard, capacity, it can cut 4x4 dimensional lumber in one pass. It's ideal for fine woodworking, carpentry, general construction, and more. The LS1019L is powered by a 15 amp direct drive motor with soft start, a key point of difference. This means smoother start-ups and consistent, Constant power with No belts to slip or replace. The Electric brake provides added convenience. The LS1019L will tackle the most demanding jobs while keeping production high.
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It was just released and there are limited reviews available. I needed to look at this saw in person because, I was concerned about the other review that said the upper fences need to be removed to do bevel cuts. The lower fences are taller than on the Bosch 4310 I'm replacing so I didn't see it as huge issue.
I decided to buy it locally at Acme Tool for $509 and try it out with the assurance of a 30 day return policy if I didn't like it. I got home and set it up with my best fence system by FastCap. I hooked it up to my shop vac with a dust deputy separator and made a few cuts. Horizontally the saw was impressively square over an 11-1/4" wide board (much better than my Bosch 4310 that can't cut square while using the sliders). The dust collection is very good if you aren't using the sliders... If you use the sliders the fence obscures the second dust collection shroud... The main port on the saw for dust collection is not very large. Since main port for dust collection is not very big and it splits into 2 shrouds it doesn't provide much suction out of each collection port individually, but if you use this saw like a standard non sliding miter saw and utilize both at once the dust collection is pretty darn impressive.
The reason I am returning the saw is that it cannot cut square vertically. Most of the board has a great 90 degree bevel, but as you reach the end of the travel (by the fence) the saw produces a small bevel. This might be acceptable for use in general carpentry but not for highly accurate woodworking. I also had 2 major kickbacks on the saw which are rare on miter saws. It may be due to this bevel issue or that the saw cuts in a slight curve instead of straight. It over cuts in the middle of the board as you can see in the attached picture. On the right side of the blade it burns at the beginning of the cut and the blade rubs and leaves a noticeable step in the board toward the fence between that is 1/32" and 1/64" deep.
I could have gotten a lemon but I am returning it.
I decided bite the bullet and spend 3X as much on a Festool Kapex that came with lasers that are not accurate... maybe I just have bad luck. :(
I certainly hope the motor doesn't burn out on the Festool, there are a lot of accounts of motor failure online and the out of warranty repair is more than I paid for this Makita but the Kapex is a real pleasure to use.
The upper fences are set back 1/64" from the main fences. (I noticed this on the floor model as well).
The rear screws for the throat plate are obscured by the fence and you need to use a flat head screw driver to turn them instead of a Phillips.
It comes with big gobs of grease on it that attract dust on the sliding surfaces.
The dust collection port faces downward toward the rear of the saw so you have to keep it away from the wall to allow space for the vacuum hose which takes away some advantage of the forward sliding design. You cannot put the saw right up against the wall especially if you want the hose to move and allow for miter cuts.
The bevel lock may look like a Festool Kapex, but it is just a knob to lock and unlock the bevel function that needs plenty of unscrewing. It doesn't actually adjust the angle of bevel like a Kapex (The bevel lock on my Bosch is just a lever on the front that is much faster and easier.)
It's made in China.
The laser is only on left side of the blade.
The safety trigger is awkward to use left handed, but you can get used to it.
It is selling for more on Amazon than at a brick and Mortar store (even with tax included) and I wouldn't want to risk having to pay return shipping for something this large and heavy. I'm sure it wouldn't ship with an outer box and could be damaged during shipment and uses cardboard instead of styrofoam to protect it.
I like the direct drive motor (no belts to slip or replace).
The motor is surprisingly quiet.
It seems solidly built.
It's not too heavy.
It is reasonably priced
It has a nice appearance.
The upper fences are easy to remove and they clip on to the outfeed rails so you don't lose them.
Dust collection is quite good if you are using it as a basic chop saw. Dust collection is acceptable if you use the sliders but not amazing.
The stock blade makes great cuts.
The hold down can released and clamped fairly quickly even though it isn't a quick release.
It has space saving forward sliding rails.
Laser was accurate.
It cuts very square (if you don't take into account the curve)
It might be great as a contractor saw, but if you are using it for that purpose you may want to wait for the cordless version that comes out in the fall.
If I wasn't concerned about dust collection or forward facing rails I would buy a Dewalt DW717. The led light instead of lasers is supposed to be awesome and never need calibration. I use a Dewalt without the LED light at work and it performs flawlessly but throws dust everywhere. The Milwalkee slider is also excellent. We had 2 at school, they have a digital miter read out which is really nice and they were super accurate. Unfortunately it only comes with 12" blades and has a dust collection port that doesn't work with vacuums. The Dewalt FLEXVOLT slider seems like the best option for something cordless at the moment, I haven't used one personally but I want a 10" blade for less deflection and the FLEXVOLT is only 12" at the moment.
I still own the Dewalt DWS780 12" slider and the Milwaukee 12 slider model 6955-20, both I still use and are great saws, for 12 inch models...
I also bought and sold the Festool back in 2014, motor had issues..
When I saw this new Makita I saw a bit of likeness to the Festool, a little!!
I set this makita on a Bosch gravity rise stand and went to work using it on a trim job I have..
So far I'm happy and impressed with it and don't see any issues noted in some other reviews with dishing on wider boards..
lots of power with the direct drive motor setup...
Super nice dust collection using my Fein vac, I would say it captures over 80% easily ... maybe around 65% with the included dust bag, just a rough guess... but whatever the % it's really good.
Laser works well, although I never use a laser. I would not rely on a laser on any saw, for rough work it seems a nice feature..
The up front bevel knob is really useful and locks tight..
Cut capacity is fantastic...
Cuts are super smooth and accurate, without any dishing on wider boards..
Zero play in the miter detents,..
Included blade is actually very good..
Slide action is very smooth and has extremely minimal side to side play, even when fully extended, you really have to get on it and force it side to side to see any side play..
Nice wide turntable for stock support..
Nice stock hold down included..
Included built-in heavy duty adjustable table side extensions...
So far none, we'll see after a few more months of use..but I don't see anything that stands out as becoming an issue..
Overall this new saw seems to be built rock solid...
Now if only there was a 12" version!!!!!!
Pictures of some large crown that I was just using and baltic birch plywood showing a wide clean cut, also the first trim job I just used this saw on, it worked great..