Makita Teams up with Woodworking Expert Phil Davy at D&M The Tool Show 2018

Makita UK will be returning to D&M ‘The’ Tool Show 2018 on the 12-14 October at Kempton Park Racecourse, Sunbury-on-Thames, Middlesex.  Joining them in Hall 1, Stand H1-14, will be renowned woodworker Phil Davy from The Woodworker incorporating Good Woodworking magazine

Over the three day event, along with exclusive show deals, Phil will be demonstrating Makita power tools and expertly construct the popular pallet chair originally designed by Andy King, former Technical Editor of Good Woodworking magazine.  For visitors wanting to construct their own pallet chair at home, plans and a step-by-step guide will be available from the Makita stand.

Amongst other woodworking tools, Phil will be demonstrating the Makita DLS110Z Twin 18V (36V) Brushless Slide Compound Mitre Saw.  The Makita DLS110Z will run the 260mm blade up to 4,400rpm and has a maximum mitre range of 60° L - 60° R, with a bevel range of 48° L - 48° R, and a max 91mm depth of cut.  The rail-forward slide design allows the rear of the machine to be placed close to a wall whilst the twin slide rails are robustly mounted in the machine body ensuring smooth operation for a superior cut finish. Automatic Torque Drive Technology changes the cutting speed depending on load conditions to achieve optimum operation and slide, bevel and mitre locks are easy to operate while holders support a wide work piece.  The rugged, fully machined cast alloy base and chassis ensures accuracy, safety and stability in operation.  This body only model features an electric brake, soft start, large turn base and dust extractor connection.

Makita will also have an outdoor demonstration area showcasing tools from the Grounds Maintenance, Landscaping and Forestry range.

Entry to the show is FREE and more information and the option to register can be found at www.thetoolshow.com

For more news and product information see the Makita UK website.

You can also follow Makita on Twitter @MakitaUK, Facebook.com/makitauk and google.com/+makitauk