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Only a few weeks ago we announced the launch of the Milwaukee M18 Threaded Rod Cutter 2872-21 with this post and video. We had only a little time with it before posting this intro and while we love tools and use lots of them, we are not qualified to give real user feedback on a Threaded Rod Cutter like this. We took this tool over to our friends at Mid-City Electric in their Pre-Fab Shop where they cut literally thousands of feet of threaded rod and that we knew were running the Dewalt 20V Threaded Rod Cutter DCS350 already.
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We first found this tool at NPS 2018, and everyone was impressed with “the little cut-off tool that could.” And by that I mean, it could cut through all sorts of metal, tile, and construction materials, despite being on Milwaukee’s smaller 12V battery platform. Spinning at 20,000 RPMs, this flexible addition to the M12 family of tools is designed to be used with only one hand. It ships with a Carbide Abrasive blade, Diamond Tile blade, a metal cut off wheel, and a handy shoe guard complete with a dust collection port. (more…)
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This is the Milwaukee’s M18 Super Sawzall. It arrived in 2018 with more power, more weight, and a new 12AH battery. It claims to match the power of a 15amp corded version. It features variable speed control in both the trigger and a separate dial, as well as on/off orbital cutting, increased stroke length, and a new LED light & rafter hook. (more…)
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Power Tool Week In Review Ep123 | New Tools from Dewalt, Snap-On, Ryobi, Stihl, Milwaukee, Hitachi & More
Dewalt announces new 20V Max tools, Hitachi gears up to launch a new High Torque Impact Wrench, Snap-on Tools goes NEON and Dirt Monkey may just be Batman! View this and more on YOUR Power Tool Week In Review, Episode 123. (more…)
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Well the Red team is at it again updating their FUEL brushless Hammer Drills for the 3rd time, they say 3rd time is the charm! The 2704-22 generation 2 was a huge leap forward on the power side GEN 1 was 750 in-lbs to 1,200 in-lbs for GEN 2. When we look at the power change GEN 2 to GEN 3 2804-22 specs are pretty flat, with the same 1,200 in-lbs stated. That being said we weren’t really looking for more power here, already one of the most powerful in the market the 2804-22 really focuses on some other areas for improvement, going more compact and some other improvements.
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Power Tool Week In Review Ep122 | News on Makita, Ryobi, Bosch, Craftsman, Mafell, Echo + Giveaways!
Red Beard & The Den of Tools tells the origin story of DeWalt, Mark Thomas puts a circular saw on a long stick, Bosch is giving away 2,000 Impacts and we’re giving away a Milwaukee Gen 3 Hammer Drill! View this and more on YOUR Power Tool Week In Review, Episode 122.
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We’re STILL sorting through all of the content we’ve obtained from NPS18! The presentation above is an overview of New lineman tools, Lineman’s Pliers, Hawk Bill Knives, Cutters, Utility Bucket Storage, Tool Bags and other Storage Solutions specifically geared towards Linesman.
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It’s our 20th episode and going strong! This week, RR Builders reviews the M18 Super Sawzall, we take a look at a Milwaukee custom pistol and ToolCrave shows off an historic Hammer Drill! View this and more on YOUR Power Tool Week In Review, Episode 120.
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I’ve been patiently waiting since NPS18 to get my hands on this. I’m the guy that uses a Grinder to cut everything. I rarely use a Grinder for what it’s intended for, which is, well, grinding. This 3″ Cut Off Tool from Milwaukee is a perfect addition to my toolbox. It’s compact design and rubber gripped handle make for perfect one-hand operation. (more…)
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