Makita 3-1/4 in. Corded Planer-KP0810 - The Home Depot
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Makita

Model # KP0810

Internet # 203162058

3-1/4 in. Corded Planer


Makita 3-1/4 in. Corded Planer
 

This item has been discontinued.
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$199.00 / each
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PRODUCT OVERVIEW

Model # KP0810

Internet # 203162058

Store SO SKU # 1000668710

The Makita 3-1/4 in. Planer, model KP0810, delivers power, cutting capacity and ease of use. It is ideal for professional construction framing, window and door installation, and fine woodworking. The KP0810 features a 7.5-Amp motor that delivers more output power, with a two-blade cutter head and 16,000 RPM for increased stock removal.

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  • Planes up to 3-1/4 in. wide and 5/32 in. deep in a single pass
  • Two-blade cutter head with 16,000 RPM delivers smooth finish and fast stock removal
  • Chip ejection can be directed to either side of the tool for convenience
  • Depth adjust knob features an easy-to-read scale with click stops in 0.1mm increments for precise depth adjustment
  • Conveniently located lock-on/off button can be operated from either side of handle
  • Ergonomically designed rubberized grip and depth adjustment knob for comfort and control
  • Front base features 3 chamfering groove options: approximately 1.4 mm, 3 mm and 4 mm
  • Rigid die-cast aluminum housing supports planer drum for increased durability
  • Spring-loaded stand elevates the base to protect the blades and workpiece
  • Powerful with less weight (7.5 amp motor; 7.3 lbs.)
  • 1 year warranty
  • Includes: blade gauge (123062-2), socket wrench 9 (782209-3), straight guide (122785-9), double edge blade set, TC (D-46246)

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SPECIFICATIONS

Dimensions
Assembled Depth (in.)  9.13 in  Assembled Height (in.)  7.99 in 
Assembled Width (in.)  15.35 in  Product Depth (in.)  11.37 
Product Height (in.)  6.94  Product Width (in.)  6.62 
Details
Amperage (amps)  7.5  Blade Type(s)  Tungsten Carbide, High Speed Steel 
Color Family  Blue  Cord Length (ft.)  8.4 
Corded Tool Type  Planer  Cordless/Corded  Corded 
Maximum Speed (rpm)  16000  Maximum Width Cutting Capacity  3-1/4 in 
Power Tool Product Type  Corded  Product Weight (lb.)  7.2 lb 
Reconditioned  No  Returnable  90-Day 
Tools Product Type  Power Tool 
Warranty / Certifications
Certifications and Listings  1-UL Listed  Manufacturer Warranty  1 Year Warranty 

CUSTOMER REVIEWS

Rated 4.2 out of 5 by 5 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Very impressed! I am a hand-tool kind of guy. By that I mean powerless, good ol' hand tools. I have had my grandfather's hand planes for years and sharpen them by hand with waterstones. I always scoffed at power planers. Well, then came the need to take years of paint off two 46' wood sailboat masts. I was going to use a belt sander, but those make a mess and are very invasive. (chew up the wood a lot). I decided to try a power planer set at low depth. There were really three options available- Bosch, Ryobi, and Makita. Ryobi was out at the beginning because of their usual lack of quality. The Bosch I had read great things about and it was cheaper than the Makita. The reason I went with the Makita was twofold: (1) The foot on the Makita is very thick machined aluminum, whereas the Bosch is stamped steel and did not look too precision. The Makita looked like a precision tool! (2) The adjustment knob. This was the main reason. They both had a knob that clicked at each stop. The Bosch, however, was so poorly marked that I couldn't tell if I was on 1/64 or 1/32nd. There was no real pointer. You just kind of aimed the clicker up the center. The Makita had very clearly marked white recessed lines at 1/256th intervals. That is precision! You could very easily see and feel (solid click for each stop) where you were setting it. It also has a zero setting to park the blade, which I believe the Bosch also had. The real difference between hand planers is not how MUCH they can take off at a time, but rather how LITTLE. If you need precision then get the Makita. You can shave tiny paper-thin strips off in each pass or go up to 5/32 if you need to hog something out quickly. For the sailboat mast I was able to plane the paint off in about 15 minutes. It was insane. BZZZZZZZZIP four times down each side and it was clean except the rounded edges which I will hit with a sander. I am so glad I did not get the belt sander for this job!!! I am going to start using this for other projects although I am still sort of a purist when it comes to planing. If I were hanging a door, however, I must say I would probably use this now instead of a hand plane. For furniture and for my wood surfboard building I will stick with manual hand planes. Anyway, this was WELL worth the money I spent just in the time it saved me on this project, and I was amazed that after planing all four sides of a 46' sailboat mast it was still cutting a clean smooth path. Sweet! April 10, 2012
Rated 4 out of 5 by Needed a Little Dialing In I bought this planer to replace another which had a severe defect, and was somewhat disappointed to find this one had issues as well. It would cut a swath on the left side only on a flat board when set to zero. After several attempts at adjusting the knives, I determined that the edge of one carbide knife would repeatedly stick out about .010" too far when the hold down bolts were tightened. I believe this is caused by a poorly manufactured clamp, as it was the same with different blades. I resolved it by installing single edge one-piece carbide blades (more money). It now cuts like a dream. August 29, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Easy to use. After looking at several hand planers the Makita looked to be better made than others. I have used this planer for working down rough sawn white oak that is to big and heavy to go through my 12" floor planer. So far I love this hand planer and hope it gives me many years of service. December 31, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by this planer has the power to do the job. I am very happy with this planer, it has enough power to plane oak planks that I milled last year; it gets the job done. My only complaint so far is that it does not zero out, the blade does not retract all the way, so I am always cutting. This 7.5 amp model was not available in the store. When delivered the box looked like it was through a war and the planer and parts were rattling around inside the box, and there was no manual (its available on the internet). It came with a guide, but I still haven't figured out what it is supposed to do. I have to wonder if the planer was knocked out of alignment when shipped, the box had definitely been opened. there's no directions on how to calibrate the depth gauge. Just a poor presentation, shame on someone. January 17, 2013
Rated 3 out of 5 by Cuts good, the fence tha come with the planer is a joke, the front know is also the depth adduxtment, not good I wish I would have spent more to get a real planer. The fence is not solid and is a joke. One has to be careful when holding the front knob bucause it is also the depth adjustment. A grip should be just that. July 19, 2013
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