Milwaukee Electric Tool Corp.

13135 W. Lisbon Road
Brookfield, WI 53005

Phone: 800-729-3878

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September 29, 2015
Digital platform provides control and access to tool information
Milwaukee Tool has introduced ONE-KEY™, a digital platform for tools and equipment. By integrating tool electronics with a custom-built cloud-based...
September 15, 2015
Drill bits engineered to stay sharp longer
Milwaukee Tool has introduced SHOCKWAVE™ titanium RED HELIX™ Impact Duty™ drill bits and cobalt RED HELIX drill bits. Engineered to stay sharp...
July 23, 2015
Cordless braking grinder cuts, grinds, surface-preps
Milwaukee Tool has introduced the M18 FUEL™, which it says is the only cordless braking grinder that can grind, cut, and surface-prep. The...
May 14, 2015
Fan circulates air more than 40 ft.
Milwaukee Tool has expanded its M18™ cordless system with the introduction of the Jobsite Fan. It circulates air more than 40 ft. and can operate...
May 6, 2015
Container organizes job site items
Milwaukee Tool has introduced the Jobsite Organizer. It offers eight small and two large removable bins that can be mounted on common job site...
April 28, 2015
Cordless magnetic drills adhere to 0.25-in. steel
Milwaukee Tool has introduced the M18 FUEL™ 1.5-in. magnetic drill and 1.5-in. Lineman magnetic drill. The cordless drills deliver a strong...
May 1, 2012
Are cordless hand tools ready for metal fabricating?
Odds are people laughed at the idea of a cordless hand tool ever replacing a corded tool on an assembly line, but the sight of a bank of charging stations at a major manufacturing plant is increasingly common. With that in mind, could more cordless tools be found on the fabricating shop floor in the future?
October 14, 2008
Cordless tools introduced
Milwaukee Electric Tool has introduced 10 compact, cordless tools in two new platforms.New products in the M12 platform include a copper tubing...
January 10, 2006
18-guage shear has 6.8 amps
Milwaukee Electric Tool Corp. has introduced the model 6852-20 18-gauge shear with a 6.8-amp, 0- to 2,500-SPM motor for control in straight cutting...
June 13, 2002
Automating reciprocating saw blade production
Milwaukee Electric Tool Corporation faced the problem of finding reciprocating saw blade production equipment that could withstand continuous on-demand operation, accommodate a variety of material thicknesses, and fit into its tight floor space parameters. This was solved, after a long search, by using an AIDA gap frame press, which limits frame deflection, has low overall bearing clearance, and a patented overload protection system.

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