Milwaukee Tool introduces the M18 Fuel 12” dual bevel sliding compound miter saw featuring the company’s One-Key digital technology, a cloud-based platform that gives users the ability to customize, track and manage information related to tool use.
The cordless saw matches the power of a 15-amp corded 12” saw but weighs about 15 percent less, according to the company.
It also combines Milwaukee innovations including the Powerstate brushless motor, Redlithium battery pack, and Redlink Plus intelligence.
“Milwaukee created a brand new Powerstate brushless motor for this saw, which delivers 3,500 rpm for smooth, fast cuts without bogging down,” the company said in a statement.
“Boasting the same impressive capacity users have come to expect on a traditional corded miter saw, the tool can complete a wide range of core carpentry applications, from frame to finish, including 6-3/4” vertical capacity for cutting large base up against the fence; 2” x 14” horizontal capacity for cutting stair treads and large stock, and 7-1/2” crown nested for cutting large crown molding in position.”
With Milwaukee’s new M18 Redlithium HD12.0 battery, the saw can deliver more than 330 cuts in 3-1/4” base on a single charge. In addition, a redesigned Redlink Plus Intelligence package ensures maximum performance of the tool under load and prevents against overload and overheat, according to the company.
The saw sells in a kit (2739-21HD) for $849 with a battery, charger, blade and more. The bare tool (2739-20) sells for $699.
For more, visit www.milwaukeetool.com.