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    Makita PO5000C/6000C


    Specification:
    Continuous rating input 900W
    Pad Size 125 mm (5")
    Orbits Per Minute (OPM) 0 - 6,800
    Strokes Per Minute (SPM) 0 - 13,600
    No Load Speed (RPM) 0 - 780
    Orbit Diameter 5.5 mm (7/32")
    Vibration Level Polishing: 6.5 m/s˛
    Vibration K factor Polishing: 1.5 m/s˛
    Sound Pressure Level 81 dB(A)
    Sound Power Level 92 dB(A)
    Noise K factor 3 dB(A)
    Dimensions (L x W x H) 451x123x134mm (17-3/4"x4-7/8"x5-1/4")
    Net weight 2.8 kg (6.2 lbs)
    Power supply cord 4.0 m (13.1 ft)

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    Re: Makita PO5000C/6000C

    Whats the orbit size?

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    Re: Makita PO5000C/6000C

    Quote Originally Posted by Zubair View Post
    Whats the orbit size?
    According to the specs, it is: Orbit Diameter 5.5 mm (7/32")

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    Re: Makita PO5000C/6000C

    Is this a new version?

    I've always been kind of interested in this polisher.
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    Re: Makita PO5000C/6000C

    Seems like a replacement for the 6040, but the 6040 was always a true sander that was adapted, this seems like a true car polisher. I'd see them keeping the 6040 for the woodworkers and now offering this to the car guys.

    Looks like the demo guy was really fighting the machine at 1:53.
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    Re: Makita PO5000C/6000C

    From a design and engineering standpoint, it looks great!

    I'd love to try one out.

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    Re: Makita PO5000C/6000C

    Leave it to the Japanese to come up with a Flex/Rupes combo machine. We shall dub him Flupes.

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    Re: Makita PO5000C/6000C

    Very interesting. The jap also just launch a gear action DA recently. 2.8kg is a little heavy personally for me and I actually wish they reduce the orbit size though for more precision buffing.

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    Re: Makita PO5000C/6000C

    smaller stroke compared to the 3401,but rotates faster
    4800opm vs 7800opm?
    480rpm vs 780rpm

    looks longer too..perhaps better at handling "walk"

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    Re: Makita PO5000C/6000C

    Similar in concept to the Bosch 1250 DEVS. Same idea, one mode is random orbital (free rotation_, other mode is dual action (forced rotation). Bosch looks chunkier/shorter in body length than the Makita, might be shorter than the Flex 3401.

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