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Technology Advances Create New Tool Lines

diamond-edge blades

Premium-grade synthetic diamonds bonded directly to a steel core body through a vacuum brazing treatment create the cutting edge of Milwaukee’s new Steelhead Diamond Cut-Off Blades. Milwaukee claims the blades offer 75 times more life compared with bonded cut-off blades.

The blades are sold in 4-, 4½-, 5-, 6-, 7-, and 12-inch diameters at prices ranging from $29.99 to $139.98. 

new line of Victor regulators

Available for acetylene, oxygen, LP, and inert gas, Victor’s G Series regulators’ high-strength alloy bonnets provide three times the yield strength of previous designs. The ergonomic shape of the knobs makes it easier to set pressure, especially with a gloved hand, while color-coding aids with gas identification.


more powerful DRILL

The brushless motor and 20-volt battery of Power Cable’s Edge drills offer 20% more power than previous models by turning out 1,400 inch-pounds of maximum torque. Features include a two-speed gear transmission providing infinitely adjustable speeds up to 1,800 rpm.

The model PCCK607LB retails for $139 with two batteries. 

advanced welder design

ESAB’s Rebel 215ic portable welding line provides industrial-quality arc performance. The EMS215c MIG, flux-core, and stick welder (retail price $1,799) features a 4.3-inch LCD color display and the ability to store and recall welding parameters.

The EM 215ic (retail price $1,699) for MIG and flux-core welding provides basic controls. Both welders have the sMIG function that monitors your technique and adapts to it to provide a stable arc.

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