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Milwaukee Heavy Duty 14 Gauge Shear 6815

July 31, 2012

There are so many tools on the market today made by so many different manufacturers. With all of them promising a better tool for a lower price, or a longer battery life for a higher price, it can be hard to know which brand to choose. Ask any professional however, and most will tell you that Milwaukee makes a good tool, has a solid reputation, and delivers quality products.

Milwaukee 6815 14 Gauge Shear

The  Milwaukee 6815 Heavy Duty 14 Gauge Shear is no different, this tool is designed to perform under the most extreme tours of duty. It can cut through just about everything you set its heavy duty, specially engineered blade to. With a 120 volts and 5 amps the 6815 cuts through 14 gauge steel and 16 gauge stainless steel with a whopping 4,000 strokes per minute! In addition, this Milwaukee power tool proves itself with high speed and accurate cutting. No shims? no problem, all you have to do is make a simple blade adjustment… and you will no longer need additional adjustments for straight cuts, as this tool can curve with you whenever you desire.

The Milwaukee Heavy Duty Gauge Sheer is 10 1/4″ long with a minimum of 3/4″ to the left and 1″, this ensures the cut is close whether its right or left. With a click of the toggle switch, the Milwaukee 6815 goes to work for you, making your jobs smoother and simpler than you ever thought possible. The new blade design eliminates jamming and leaves edges beautifully smooth and burr free. Included with the Milwaukee 6815 is a set of allen wrenches, a feeler gauge, an upper blade, and a lower blade.

 

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