More stories about Milwaukee

  • Brushing Up on Brushless

    How brushless motors work and what they can add to your favorite cordless tools

  • Hot New Tools for 2013

    Toolmakers strut their stuff at STAFDA

  • Milwaukee M18 Power Source

    Charge cellphones, digital cameras, and mp3 players away from busy job-site outlets

  • 18-Volt Brushless Impact Drivers

    High-efficiency brushless motors and increased energy-density batteries push the capacity of these full-size tools further than ever

  • Tool Test: Laser Distance Meters

    These compact, precise measures complement traditional tapes

  • Milwaukee 18-volt Fuel drill/driver

    Brushless motors have been around for years, but they're still not that common in cordless tools. Earlier this year Milwaukee introduced its first brushless tool, the 18-volt Fuel drill/driver.

  • Milwaukee 2625-21 Hackzall

    For situations where you have to operate a recip saw with just one hand — because the other one is holding on to the material or a ladder — Milwaukee's new 18-volt 2625-21 Hackzall may be just the ticket.

  • Milwaukee Clamp Meter

    Clamp meters let electricians measure current in a live wire without stripping the insulation or touching the conductor, but the calculator-like display can be hard to read in dark basements or outside in the sun.

  • Milwaukee 2451-22 Cordless Impact Wrench

    Most cordless impact wrenches have 1/2-inch anvils for large sockets and deliver bolt-snapping torque that can overwhelm smaller tasks.

  • Milwaukee 6477-20 Wormdrive Saw

    None of my power tools gets used more than my wormdrive saw.