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17 May 2022

Makita UK has expanded its offering with the launch of two new corded routers. The RP2303F ½” Plunge Router and RT0702C ¼” Router Trimmer offer the power and precision needed to make light work of any woodworking task.

RP2303F ½” Plunge Router

The RP2303F delivers an impressive no-load speed of up to 22,000rpm, ensuring it can tackle wood cutting with ease. Designed as an upgrade to its predecessor model RP2301F, this machine features a linear ball bearing plunge system for super-smooth action. It has a deep plunge capacity of up to 70mm and an easy-to-read cutting depth scale, for precision work. What’s more, variable speed control and constant speed control work to optimise output for maximum cutting efficiency.

To ensure user safety, the RP2303F includes Makita’s anti-restart function and an in-built dust collector so it can easily be connected to an extraction unit. The machine can be bough as machine only (RP2303FC) or with a Carry Case (RP23030FCJ) and is available in 110V or 240V versions.

RT0702CX2 ¼” Router Trimmer

This slim and ergonomically designed trimmer features four different base assemblies for added versatility – users can quickly remove the base to install either a trimmer base, tilt base or plunge base depending on the task. The powerful 710W motor delivers up to 34,000rpm and thanks to easy depth adjustment, users can always ensure precision cutting. Variable speed control and constant speed control ensure the machine is always working at optimum efficiency.

The RT0702CX2 is available in 110V and 240V versions, and also features Makita’s anti-restart function and in-built dust collection so it can be connected to an extractor.

Kevin Brannigan, Marketing Manager at Makita said: “The RP2303F and RT0702C are useful tools for any woodworker or general contractor to have in their kit. These corded machines offer the power and efficiency needed for professional use – and will make light work of any wood cutting task.”

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