The Milwaukee 28V 6 7/8in. metal cutting saw cuts all types of metals such as uni-strut, galvanized pipe, metal studs and black pipe, plus Hardi-Plank and Durock materials. V28 lithium-ion battery technology delivers up to twice the run time of Ni-Cd tools. The blade spins at an optimal 3200 RPM and has an electric brake for quick, repetitive cutting. LED light and clear guard provide an excellent line of sight. Battery Included Yes, Blade Diameter in. 6 7/8, Electric Brake Yes, Case Included Yes, Volts 28, Speed - No Load RPM 3,200, Blade Included Yes, Cordless Yes, Wrench Included Yes, Charger Included Yes. V28 Lithium-ion battery technology 3200 RPM no-load speed LED light for greater cutting visibility Large impact-resistant window for clear line of sight Heavy-duty all steel shoe Electric brake Cushioned grip Cuts up to 2in. Schedule 40 pipe in one pass Includes two 28V batteries, charger, 36T saw blade, rip fence, wrench and case
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Customer Reviews for FREE SHIPPING - Milwaukee Cordless Metal Cutting Circular Saw - 28 Volt, 6 7/8in., Model# 0740-22
Review 1 for FREE SHIPPING - Milwaukee Cordless Metal Cutting Circular Saw - 28 Volt, 6 7/8in., Model# 0740-22
November 21, 2008
from NW Indiana
"As an electrician , I've had the oppurtunity to use this metal saw on various metals , emt , rigid conduit , uni-strut , etc. This thing is awesome and is one of the first things I turn to when I need metal or pipe cut. Even something as simple as emt , if Iknow I'll be making a lot of cuts , I'll ditch the hack saw and get this thing out. It is ALOT faster than a sawzall and cuts much squarer (is that a word?) to boot. Heavier stuff like uni-strut is really how this saw sells itself . Cut a piece of 1 5/8" strut with this , and the sawzall will be used only for wood and pvc from then on. We also bought a wood blade to use if we need something framed in also. It works fine in this application also. The metal blade will go through the wood , but it is a slow and smokey affair."
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