They come with a 6 and 8mm collet.Do they come with 1/4" or 6mm collet or possibly both . I have had issues with small routers using 1/4 and 6mm cutters any one had any issues with the die grinders .
that's ok if you have a lathe , please refrain from the remarks of How much I need one .They come with a 6 and 8mm collet.
Watch if you get a US spec one - the numbers are different, Google it, as they’ll have a 1/4” collet.
Even Milwaukee don’t know where they end up, apparently, but it’s no drama. I seem to get free pads with abrasives. Some have been 6mm and some 1/4” - I just turn the 1/4” ones down a bit.
Excuse me, but is that a workable combination - impact wrench on a torque multiplier?I have a 1/2” m12 impact that I sit and rattle truck wheels on and off with when at work. It won’t unscrew or do them up at full torque so I use my multiplier when out but I sit and hold them on till it won’t go any further
No I crack them using a small 1/2" ratchet then using my impact gun I get them all off, not on the multiplier. The impact does 450nm I think. They’re torqued to 650 which is only about 1/8th of a turn more than what my impact will do.Excuse me, but is that a workable combination - impact wrench on a torque multiplier?
E.g., are the gears in the multiplier impact-rated, and does the "slop" in the gear train actually transmit torque produced by rapid impacts, as opposed to steady pressure?
This is the thing, I often need it fairly compact where I'm at, but not sure what I will need where I'm going..might wait a while before dropping some cash
Annoyingly all my gear is makita, so would mean starting again with milwaukee.