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Milwaukee debuts latest M18 drill and impact driver

The tools feature a completely redesigned motor, along with updates to the mechanical and electrical components within them.

BY HBSDealer Staff

This past May, Milwaukee Tool announced the “Next Breakthrough in M18 FUEL” with the next generation of its best-selling M18 FUEL Hammer Drill, Drill/Driver, and Impact Driver.

The tools feature a completely redesigned motor, along with updates to the mechanical and electrical components within them. The manufacturer is now upgrading its M18 Compact Brushless Drill/Driver and Impact Driver and introducing a brand-new line of M18 Brushless Drills and Impacts.

Launching in September, Milwaukee’s M18 Brushless drilling and fastening solutions offer more power for demanding applications and longer run time. The M18 Brushless 1/2″ Hammer Drill features 725 in-pounds of torque. The M18™ Brushless 1/4″ Hex 3-Speed Impact Driver features 3-mode Drive Control and single-hand bit insertion for more control. Built-in RedLink power tool technology paired with M18™ RedLithium XC4.0 batteries ensure these tools provide efficient power with longer run-time. An all-metal gear case and 1/2″ metal chuck provide maximum durability.

Rolling out in August, Milwaukee’s new generation of M18 Compact Brushless drilling and fastening solutions provide users with compact size for access into tighter spaces and longer run-time to ensure maximum productivity on the jobsite. The M18 Compact Brushless 1/2″ Drill/Driver has an all-metal chuck and gear case and is only 6.5” in length making it more compact. The M18 Compact Brushless 1/4″ Hex Impact Driver is the most compact in its class, measuring a mere 5.1″ in length, and delivers 1600 in-pounds of torque. These products also feature an all-metal chuck and gear casing for the durability demanded on the jobsite.

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