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Milwaukee 2629-20 model Cordless Band Saw (bare tool only)

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About the Milwaukee 2629-20

The Milwaukee 2629-20 model Cordless Band Saw (bare tool only) is a part of the M18 Series. This saw gives you a 10.25 lbs weight and an 18" length, making it the perfect tool for cutting metal in-place, overhead, or in tight spaces with out fatigue. It gives you a 3-1/4" cutting capacity and low vibrations, giving you the cleanest cut on the most common materials, including strut, 2-1/2" conduit, 3" angle iron, 3" copper, and threaded rods without ruining threads. The battery and charger are sold separately.It can operate at a speed of 390 - 480 SPM.

Product Details

Product:
Manufacturer: Milwaukee Electric Tool
Type: Band Saw
Mpn # 2629-20
Shipping Dimensions 4.9" x 16.9" x 11.6"
Weight 10.20 lbs.

Product Features

  • Extra Large Jaw Size of 1.57 measuring up to 1000 MCM cable
  • 45% Lighter than Deep Cut 10.25 Lbs compact light weight design for cutting overhead and in tight places.
  • Blade Ejection System-Quickly change the blade by moving the material guide into the up position and depressing the blade ejection button.
  • Cast Aluminum Gear Case-Withstands jobsite abuse and maintains gear positioning.
  • Drop Resistant Pulley Guard-Engineered geometries and high impact polymer.
  • LED Work Light illuminates the cut line in dark areas.
  • Tool-Free Adjustable Material Shoe quickly adjusts the shoe and allows flush cuts when working with installed materials against walls and ceilings.

Reviews

Rated 4 out of 5 based on 3 reviews


Convient Saw but does have a design flaw Rated 3 by Anonymous
Saw is very small and can be used anywhere. From a tool repair stand point there is a design flaw. The blade will come off while using the saw. If it hasn't happened to your saw it will. I repair tools everyday and have seen so many of these tools coming in for repair and on 99% of them it is because of the blade coming off. I have seen it in brand new tools only used once or twice and have seen it on 1-2 years old. All Milwaukee has to fix this problem is a shim. Go ahead and redesign the shaft and hub so there is no need to shim.
Originally posted on milwaukeetool.com Jun/2014


Two Problems Rated 4 by Anonymous
The only things wrong with this tool are the trigger lock, do away with it, and the sliding shoe, do away with it too. The shoe always slides back in.
Originally posted on milwaukeetool.com Jun/2013


Fantastic saw Rated 5 by Anonymous
Great tool, everyone wants to use it. Very useful.
Originally posted on milwaukeetool.com Jun/2012

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