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Makita 3 Amp Oscillating Multi-Tool Kit
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Makita

3 Amp Oscillating Multi-Tool Kit

  • Powerful 3 Amp motor with soft start for smoother start-up
  • Tool-less clamp system for secure accessory changes
  • Includes adapters to fit a variety of competitive accessories
$159.00 /each

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Trades of all kinds are turning to oscillating multi-tools for a full range of applications and the Makita Multi-Tool combines power and performance with comfort and convenience features like reduced vibration and lower noise. The multi-tool is ideal for cutting, sanding, scraping, tile replacement, grout removal and more. The tool is powered by a 3.0 Amp motor with soft start for smooth start-ups. The variable speed control dial (6000 - 20,000 OPM) enables the user to match the speed to the application and the electronic speed control maintains constant speed under load for smoother, higher-quality work. California residents: see Proposition 65 information.

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  • Tool-less clamp system for fast accessory installation
  • Powerful 3 Amp motor with soft start feature for smooth startups and improved performance for fast cutting, sanding, scraping and grout removal
  • Variable speed control dial (6000-20,000 OPM) enables user to match the speed to the application
  • Electronic speed control maintains constant speed under load for smoother, higher-quality work
  • 3.2° oscillation angle engineered for faster cutting and sanding
  • Precision engineered for reduced vibration (6.5m/s²) and low noise 80 dB(A)
  • Small diameter barrel grip for improved handling and added operator comfort
  • Large on/off slide switch with lock-on button for operator convenience
  • Clamp system provides 12 tightening settings; one every 30° (0° to 360°)
  • Includes adapters to fit most competitive accessories
  • Ideal for wood flooring, tile, plaster, sheetrock, wood, PVC and a variety of other applications
  • Double insulated
  • Includes: 1-3/8 in. plunge saw blade (a-95255), sanding pad, multi-tool, tm3000c, LXT (a-95423), 5-pack 120 grit sandpaper, 5-pack 180 grit sandpaper, Makita multi-tool adapter (313248-8), Makita multi-tool adapter (313249-6), accessory case, tool case
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Brand DEWALT Makita Dremel FEIN
Ratings (36) (25) (13) (10)
Cordless/ Corded Corded Corded Corded Corded
Power Tool Features Variable Speed Attachments Included,Case Included,Keyless Chuck Bag Included,Keyless Chuck,Variable Speed Attachments Included,Bag Included,Keyless Chuck,Variable Speed
Reconditioned No No No No
Oscillations Per Minute (OPM) 22,000 6,000 -20,000 10,000 - 16,000 10,000-19,500
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will this tool work to cut back window trim to line up with sheetrock?

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Yes if you get the right blade for it. I suggest watching a few videos on how to use it by Jon Eakes. http://www.joneakes.com/learning-curve/74-oscillating-tools.
Pretty helpful vids on how to use these tools.
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I reckon so. This tool is set up to cut straight lines really well. Blade selection would be the factor. YouTube no doubt has videos about it.
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Most likely ... I'm not sure exactly what you're intending to do, do you have a picture you could upload? ... can't get a picture in my mind. But, if you need to make a 'plunge cut' in trim already installed that doesn't line up with the sheetrock, or if you need to trim the sheetrock to fit trim, either should work fine. Just make sure, if you haven't used one of these before, to make several practice Read More
Most likely ... I'm not sure exactly what you're intending to do, do you have a picture you could upload? ... can't get a picture in my mind. But, if you need to make a 'plunge cut' in trim already installed that doesn't line up with the sheetrock, or if you need to trim the sheetrock to fit trim, either should work fine. Just make sure, if you haven't used one of these before, to make several practice cuts on waste material to get the feel. You are depending on your grip and steady hand for accuracy and smoothness of cut. I've used these for lining up existing baseboard with new door molding without having to remove the baseboard. Guard the carpet, mark a line on the existing baseboard where the new door molding will fit, cut on the line. As long as you have a sharp relatively new blade, it is a smooth cut.
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Where is this made , Makita multi tool?

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The tool is made in China.
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The Makita 3 Amp Oscillating Multi-Tool Kit (TM3010CX1) is manufactured in China.
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does this come with a grout remover?

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I want to remove grout, bathroom tiles and ceramic fixtures from tiles
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No, the tool kit does not come with grout remover.
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3 Amp Oscillating Multi-Tool Kit is rated 4.7 out of 5 by 25.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from We recently swapped out an ancient drop-in stove for a slide in model and had to expand the openi... We recently swapped out an ancient drop-in stove for a slide in model and had to expand the opening in the kitchen cabinetry. The Makita tool was all the difference in the world. Cutting was simple and the tool worked well giving us clean cuts that required little additional finishing. One specific point is the ease of changing blades which is as simple and straight-forward as it can be. For a corded electric tool, it is also well balanced and easy to handle. This is one of the best tools I have ever purchased.
Date published: 2016-12-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I replaced 13 pcs. of 1/4" dual glazed glass with this tool. I started the job using a H/F china ... I replaced 13 pcs. of 1/4" dual glazed glass with this tool. I started the job using a H/F china tool. My buddy was using his Fein. I went to HD looking for a Fein and bought this tool. Tit for tat this is just as good as a Fein. It may run cooler than the Fein on extended work load. It may have been quieter and have less vibration. I used this side by side, switched off to the other and compared notes with another carpenter. Fantastic tool.
Date published: 2016-12-17
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Happy husband Not a tool person myself. I purchased this as a Christmas gift for my husband. All I know is that he loves it and that is all that matters.
Date published: 2017-01-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Multi Tool Except for the blade that broke right away the tool itself is excellent. It works really good.
Date published: 2016-12-14
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Its gone It just stopped working after 3 months of the purchase.
Date published: 2016-12-20
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Not as good as ... I shopped for this for myself, a DIYer homeowner, and for a Xmas gift for our professional (low-voltage specialist / installer) son. I have a cordless (Craftsman 12v) already, and we both wanted a high power corded unit that we wouldn't have to buy $80 batteries for! I looked at 5 different tools, bought 4 & handled them at home. Purposely did not look at the Boch, or Fein because they were priced higher than budget. Looked at Makita because they are dependable and well made, DeWalt for same reason, Porter Cable, Rockwell & Dremel (because he had suggested that was what he wanted). After reading all kinds of reviews on various sites and handling them, I kept 2 to give him the choice ... this Makita TM3010 and the 4 Amp Rockwell F50 Sonicrafter. After looking at them both, he agreed with me that the Rockwell stood out for many reasons. The Makita was the 2nd choice. Pros: Best speed range (6-20,000 OPM); very low vibration; very low (relatively speaking) noise level; multi-blade brand tool-less clamping; well balanced in hand, easily held; good power; soft start gradually increases to speed. Cons: It's blade changing mechanism is not as 'friendly' for quick change of ALL brands of blades like the Rockwell, requiring more work to loosen the lever and use of multiple clamp disks for different brand blades. Has no LED lights on head to light work zone; Cost more than the others; only 1 year warranty Rockwell by contrast, reasons chosen: Pros: Very low vibration; Very low (relatively speaking) noise level; Superior multi-blade brand tool-less clamping, no additional disks needed for any brand blade; Clamp lever is very easy to work and fast; well balanced in hand, easily held; Best power; soft start gradually increases to speed; 2 LED lights, one on each side of head lighting cutting zone well; Moderately priced for features; 3 year warranty. Con; Speed variable not as slow, runs 11 - 20,000 OPM. So if you really want a Makita, it is well made and very functional .. for the value, I would just recommend the Rockwell!
Date published: 2015-02-03
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Tried three, kept this one Needed a multi tool to remove the grout in the shower. Tried two lower end machines (porter cable PCE606KT16 and rockwell RK5121K - both in the $79 dollar range). Both got so hot within 30 min of use that I couldn't hold them. Figured I'd best stop messing around with the cheapies and level up. Was going to get a Fein or Bosch but both were special order, but they had the Makita on hand, so figured, may as well give it a go. Used it for HOURS and while the metal casing got hot, it did not transfer to the grip portion. The speed at which it removed the grout (compared to the other two) was so much faster it doesn't even bear comparing. (The Makita worked a LOT better is what I'm saying). With regards to blade change, have to give this tool the win as well. It's handled both dremel and dewalt blades without the need of attachments. The pin system it uses allows you to just align the OIS blades no muss no fuss and the central pin clamps it tight. No brainer. Porter Cable is simpler in theory (with it's spring trigger mount) but in practice I found the Makita just as easy and fast and somehow felt more solid/secure. Rockwell's was a joke, having to spin the latch to open and close it is a pain. It also didn't accept the dewalt blade. Total loss. Only complaints I have about the machine is not enough vibration damping as your hands do tingle a fair bit after long use also it's pretty noisy. I would also think that a few more blades for the kit would be more fair for this price point.
Date published: 2015-08-02
Rated 5 out of 5 by from :Better than the rest!! I love this tool!! Its probably the tool that i use more than any other in my arsenal (and I have a LOT) other than maybe my impact driver. this new version with the quick change is a feature that I have been waiting for since makita first came out with their original multi tool. I bought the original one and have loved that one since I bought it but I bought this one as soon as it was available so now I have both. I was pleasantly surprised that this one is even quieter than the original makita which was already very quiet compared to many other models including the Fein. The fein tool has always had a leg up on everyone with their quick change system until now. The quick change system on the makita works on the same principle which is the best system in my opinion. It holds solid and you don't have to use those stupid blades with the cut out on the back like the porter cable/dremel/dewalt so the tool is much more universal for usable blades. Those other systems are also more bulky and get in the way with the big lever. The bosch system seems ok but the small button of metal that grabs the blade seems like it would wear out a lot quicker and not work as well with some of the "universal" style blades. I truly believe this quick change feature of the makita has brought this tool to the #1 slot over all the others now. It doesn't have the over heating problem that the fein has and the switches don't get jammed up over time. The speed control is much better, has more power, is quieter, vibrates less and cuts faster than the fein as well. I wouldn't normally buy from home depot online but they were the first ones to get it. They ship slowly compared to other online distributors. Bottom line, you should have this tool... buy it P.S. I thought this tool would weigh a lot more than the original but I don't really notice it when using all day. it doesn't seem to weigh that much more.
Date published: 2013-12-13
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