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Metal cutting - oxyfuel cutting, plasma cutting, machining, grinding, and other preparatory work.
I'm looking into getting a cordless looking for something that has power and great durability looking for info thanks
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Milwaukee makes a really nice cordless grinder.
A student now but really want to weld everyday. Want to learn everything about everything.
warning!! Bad English may be in post. It's off a phone/autocorrect. I've had teachers with worse spelling!
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+1 for Milwaukee
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+ one on the Milwaukee, we have 2 of the brushless models in our shop and they are great tools
the heck with the duty cycle on the welder, tell me about the duty cycle on that grinder !!
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Dewalt Makes a nice one too...the most important thing when buying one, is to make sure you get the highest Amp/Hour battery you can. that goes for any cordless tool. Dewalt has a battery that is 6 A/H
The battery will not only hold a charge longer, but you will get a lot more charging cycles out of it.
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Metabo. Has both options, even a cord to attach to a battery connection.
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