VERSATILITY : Compact design (10-5/8″ long & 2-5/8″ head width) allows user to work in tight spaces
CONTROL : Variable speed (0 – 2,400 RPM) for controlled drilling in a wide variety of materials
PRECISION : Paddle switch for increased operator convenience
ACCURACY : Built-in LED light illuminates drilling surface
INCLUDES : Chuck, key and side handle
With a 10-5/8 in. long body and 2-5/8 in. head width, the Makita 3/8 in. Angle Drill (model DA3010F) provides a compact solution when working between framing studs and other close quarter applications. The paddle switch with variable speed provides increased user convenience, and the torque-limiting clutch is engineered to disengage the gears if the bit binds. The LED light illuminates the work surface for improved visibility.
Powerful 4.0 AMP motor with less weight (3.5 lbs.)
Variable speed (0 – 2,400 RPM) for drilling in a wide variety of materials
Compact design (10-5/8″ long and 2-5/8″ head width) for use when working between framing studs and other close quarter applications
Paddle switch with speed limiting dial to prevent over-tightening of fasteners
Built-in clutch engineered to prevent gear damage by automatically disengaging gears if the bit binds
Small diameter barrel grip for easy handling
Built-in L.E.D. light illuminates the work area
All-ball bearing construction for longer tool life
The Makita U.S.A., Inc. Head Office is located in La Mirada, California, and operates an extensive distribution network located throughout the U.S. The Makita Corporation of America is located in Buford, Georgia, and is part of a global Makita network of ten manufacturing and assembly plants that is the source of Makita products used on job sites around the world. The product development team works closely with engineers on job sites to develop products that exceed the demands of the American contractor. Makita U.S.A., Inc. operates warehouse and distribution facilities in La Mirada and Buford, as well as Mt. Prospect, Illinois and Wilmer, Texas. Buford and Wilmer are also the locations of Makita University, a hands-on educational experience where contractors and dealers can learn the latest technologies, products and applications.