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Milwaukee Festool Clone M12 Multi-Chuck Drill

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  • #160921
    mattryyc
    Pro
    Calgary, Alberta

    Well, this should be interesting. I have no doubt there is a room full of lawyers in a German board room right now looking at this. This will be a killer tool – EU only at first (a second smack to Festool imo). Being on the M12 line up I would say that this is something I would consider, I have a Festool C15 and those chucks really are the thing that sets it apart for me.

    http://professional-power-tool-guide.com/2014/07/milwaukee-m12-4-in-1-drill-driver-bddxkit-202c/

    #160948

    Hmmm… That is really going to be interesting. I could see picking this up. I only have a few M12 tools, but this would be real handy.

    Robert Shaw -Colorado Deck and Framing
    www.mysteeldeck.com

    #161046
    theamcguy
    Pro
    Fayetteville, NC

    Wow I really like the 90 degree head. Looks interesting.

    Automotive Pro
    Fayetteville, NC

    #161113

    I haven’t seen this tool before. It would be something I could see a lot of people buying with the 3 heads. Durability would be a question I would have. My guess is we will see it around Christmas time. Thanks for sharing.

    #161122
    svensshutters
    Pro
    Colorado Springs, CO

    Interesting. That offset chuck looks kind of odd. Not sure what the benefits of that would be. I wonder if there are going to be other companies following suit?

    #161253

    That thing looks awesome. I love the m12 line.

    #161261

    Oh man. Makes me a big sad knowing I am pretty much committed to the Bosch 12v line and would love to have it.

    It is possible the CSX patent or whatnot could be up -with the recent Fein drills with interchangeable chucks and whatnot. The CSX has been around a while?

    John S

    #161340
    mattryyc
    Pro
    Calgary, Alberta

    I never thought of the patent issue – that could very well be the case.

    #161359

    Interesting. That offset chuck looks kind of odd. Not sure what the benefits of that would be. I wonder if there are going to be other companies following suit?

    It would be for a screw tight to another surface and you wouldn’t strip it out cause of the angle of a normal drill. Least that’s what I’d use it for… 🙂

    #161364

    Really don’t want to buy because I don`t have any other Milwaukee, now if Bosch or Makita would like to come out with one……

    #161375

    Really don’t want to buy because I don`t have any other Milwaukee, now if Bosch or Makita would like to come out with one……

    I am definitely in the camp that would buy one if bosch came out with one as well… I am all for monkey-see, monkey-do in this case 🙂 I already have a separate 12v tool for right angle drilling and driving, but it would be nice for it to all be in one tool.

    John S

    #161402

    The heads on Festool is really what helps set their drills a part and the electronics in the drill — the electronic chuck is pretty cool.

    The CXS is a different model than the C and T series drills Festool offers. The chucks Matt shows are very similar to the C and T style chucks. The CXS only has a right angle chuck and of course the centrotec chuck and regular chuck.

    In regards to the offset, it allows you to screw right next to an edge and into a corner with the drill without the chuck banging into the side of the material – it is genious, really and I use it all the time in cabinet and furniture making. That chuck and the right angle have saved me countless times from problem drilling.

    I am glad to see that there are more offerings out there…If the Fein offered a right angle I would be very inclined to get one…of course if Bosch came out with something like that I would be all over it too.

    Fortunately I am set up for awhile with the green and will not have to worry about it, but I think this is exciting news.

    Orange County, CA

    #161560
    DirtyWhiteBoy
    Pro
    Honolulu,, Hi.

    Wow I really like the 90 degree head. Looks interesting.

    Well this is not new for TTI. I find the 90º impact head very useful a lot of the time.

    #161585
    thedude306
    Moderator
    Foam Lake, SK

    I love that this is making it’s way to main stream market. I can’t wait for the makita or bosch set as well.

    Brad T
    Self employed Pro since 2014!!

    #161610
    Lakelover
    Pro
    Fort Qu'Appelle, SK

    Hope Bosch comes out with a product like that.

    Maybe the patent did not cover North America.

    #161624
    theamcguy
    Pro
    Fayetteville, NC

    I take it the middle head in the photo is some kind of gear reduction set-up which would be nice too. This thing just keeps looking better.

    Automotive Pro
    Fayetteville, NC

    #161625
    NJBuilder
    Pro
    Brick, NJ, 500,000 HAM

    I still never used a 12v tool. I find it hard to find a need for them that I would carry 18v and 12v on my truck.

    #161721

    I take it the middle head in the photo is some kind of gear reduction set-up which would be nice too. This thing just keeps looking better.

    The middle head allows you to reach into a crevice without requiring you to fit any part of the drill into the space – an offset head for screwing in tight quarters

    John S

    #201136

    As a thread revival, TIA has a video of this drill in action. Talk about another NAINA item that would be great to have come stateside asap!
    http://professional-power-tool-guide.com/2014/10/milwaukee-m12-bddxkit-202c-4-in-1-drill-driver-video/

    John S

    #201148
    utopia78
    Pro
    Toronto, ON

    Wow I really like the 90 degree head. Looks interesting.

    Well this is not new for TTI. I find the 90º impact head very useful a lot of the time.

    Seems like you really put the swivel head to use Dirty. Interesting design for sure.

    A Working Pro since 2004

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