We’re going to file this in the “Eh, I’m not so sure this is a great idea” category, but Milwaukee […]
When we attended Milwaukee Tool’s 2010 Press Event to check out their new line of tools and accessories, we were forbidden by NDA to talk about their newest line of SawZall Ax blades. This week, the company released us from that and we can now show off the innovative new wood cutting SawZall Blades. They come in both standard and “The Ax” profiles, which delivers a very fast cut with the ability to survive cross-cut nail impacts. The Ax also has one of the quickest plunge cuts of any blade we’ve seen. Take a look at the design of the individual cutting blades and you’ll see how they are made to ride backwards over a nail and not catch, breaking the teeth
The Milwaukee 2202-20 Voltage Detector with LED light is a simple, but perfectly useful tool. It’s strength is in the fact that it does what it needs to without frills and without costing an arm and a leg. It’s powered by a couple of AAA batteries and is small and light enough to store in a pocket, tool belt or just about anywhere.
After recently being honored as an NJATC Platinum Level Training Partner and receiving the 2010 NECA Industry Partner of the […]
Over the next several months, Milwaukee Electric Tool Corporation will transition all V28 cordless power tools to the new M28 […]
Our invitation to the 2010 Bosch Global Leadership Tour gave us a hope that we would soon be privy to […]
DeWalt announced the launch of its Solid Rock Carbide SDS Plus drill bits. The new bits are designed for mechanical contractors, electricians and general contractors for drilling holes in hard concrete, reinforced concrete, block and pan decking. Designed and manufactured in Germany, the bits have an innovative bonding system that is used to affix the Solid Rock Carbide tip to the flute providing extreme durability and longer bit life in the toughest applications.
Hitachi Power Tools announced on Tuesday, March 24, 2009 that they will now offer a 10-Year Lithium Ion Tool warranty. […]
What makes Tapcons so popular is that you simply drill a hole using a hammer drill (if you don’t have one, […]
Milwaukee Tool makes a ton of drills. Between 12V and 18V, brushed and brushless, corded and cordless—you have a lot […]