Makita DJR360ZK 36V-Uses, Benefits and features.

Makita DJR360ZK 36V LXT Cordless Brushless Reciprocating Saw powered by two 18V Li-ion batteries. The efficient Makita Brushless Motor is electronically controlled to optimize battery energy use for up to 50% longer run-time per charge. The brushless motor runs cooler and more efficiently for longer life.       

Features and benefits

·        Powered by two 18V Li-ion batteries in series to supply energy to the powerful 36V DC motor drive system

·        Brushless motor

·        Electronic 2-speed selection

·        Tool-less blade change

·        Lock-off lever

·        Electric brake

·        Variable speed control by trigger

·        High power

·        Newly designed crank mechanism for higher efficiency

·        Retractable joist hook

·        Tool-less shoe adjustment


  • Battery Type – Lithium-ion
  • Body only machine
  • Voltage – 36 (18×2) v
  • Capacity in Wood – 255 mm
  • Capacity in Mild Steel Pipe – 130 mm
  • Stroke Length – 32 mm
  • Noise sound pressure – 85 dB(A)
  • Noise sound power – 96 dB(A)
  • Noise K factor – 3 dB(A)
  • Vibration K factor – 1.5 m/sec²
  • Vibration: Cutting Wood – 15.5 m/sec²

Components and Functional Features:


The Makita DJR360ZK blade of the reciprocating saw is without a doubt a potent tool that can be used for many tasks. Depending on the material and the length of the blade, its use can vary. You can use diamond grit blades if you are into more difficult and more significant tasks.


Cordless reciprocating saws, on the other hand, are the ones that count with a battery. Cordless ones are preferred among the public since they are easier and more comfortable to handle.

 Variable Speed & Control System

Some reciprocating saws come with just one speed, there are a few models that come with a complete speed & control system. This can be used depending on the material you are trying to cut, and how efficient is your blade. 

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How Do Reciprocating Saws Work?

When you turn on a reciprocating saw, the battery will start moving a piston up and down, which pushes a clamp, attached to that piston. This clamp is the one holding the blade and is the one that will make the blade go back and forth. The efficiency of the blade of the reciprocating saw will depend mainly on the power of the battery it uses. The more the power it has, the quicker and better the blade will work.