Milwaukee Electric Tool Corp

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Lithium-ion gives cordless tools the edge

Once upon a time, power tools came with a cord and life was good. Then came cordless, and life got better. Today, as more manufacturers adopt and perfect lithium-ion battery technology, tool users can be downright giddy at the prospects. More

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You Know the Drill

THE U.S. TOOL INDUSTRY SELLS more cordless drills/drivers per year than any other... More

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Top Shelf: June 2006

This month's top shelf products includes the SillGuard sill pan from Marvin Windows and Doors, Trade Titan industrial work carts from the Milwaukee Electric Tool Corp., and the NightWatch deadbolt, a new product from Master Lock. More

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Maximum Output

REMEMBER WHEN DEWALT'S 14.4-VOLT nickel-cadmium (NiCd) platform was something to get excited about? Of course you don't. That was a lifetime ago—11 years to be exact. The industry has moved on, and Brookfield, Wis.–based Milwaukee Electric Tool Corp. showed us how far when it introduced its 28-volt lithium-ion battery earlier this year. More

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CPSC, Milwaukee Tool Corp. Announce Recall of Electric Grinders

CPSC and Milwaukee Electric Tool have received 12 reports of grinder switches sticking in the "on" position; however, no injuries have been reported.Consumers should stop using the grinders immediately and return them to their nearest Milwaukee factory service center or authorized power tool service center for a free repair. To see a picture of the recalled product(s) and/or to establish a link from your web site to this press release on CPSC's web site, link to the following address: More

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