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  1. DCH293 1 1/8in SDS Plus

    The 333 gets a slightly longer run time vs the 293 from my testing. Both with 9/3.1ah FV batteries. I was drilling 24mm diameter holes and I got 1 1/2 holes with the 333. It’s runs more efficient with a higher voltage. Also like I’ve mentioned before the 333 have 30mm max capacity compared to the 293’s 28mm max capacity
  2. Possible cordless die grinder

    It’s a rocker style tigger on the die grinder
  3. FlexVolt DCS690 cutoff machine

    Okay so one of the photos is the Id sticker which references a 12” blade capacity and an rpm of 5000 which would be to slow for a 9” disc. I heard about this FV Cut-Off saw month ago and had a patent diagram. Both were a saying 12”. No one can even confirm if it is a 9” blade on the saw at the show. I know it looks like one, maybe it’s a very early prototype and wasn’t ready for a 12” blade
  4. FlexVolt DCS690 cutoff machine

    Yes I have. What about it ? I asked my flexvolt rep today and I was told it’s going to be a 12”
  5. FlexVolt DCS690 cutoff machine

    So the spec sticker on the tool is wrong ?
  6. FlexVolt DCS690 cutoff machine

    I don’t see how it is gimmicky ? Why make a 9” ? If I wanted to use a 9” I would. I work with steel, on the odd occasion Ive had to use a gas 12” Cut-Off saw for the longer reach vs a 9”. Mind you I could be working on a boom lift 12m in the air. The flexvolt would be perfect for my needs.
  7. Makita DHR400 SDS Max Cordless X2 Rotary Hammer

    @kornomaniac we knew it was bs. I don’t know why that person opens their month
  8. Makita DHR400 SDS Max Cordless X2 Rotary Hammer

    Hahaha you again. Your comment show last your knowledge. What are you talking about ? An sds max isn’t ready for batteries ? I can run my dewalt 54v sds max all day no problem, drilling 1” hole x 180mm deep. I do have a fair batteries but, so that’s the limitation. I can run cordless grinders all day no problem
  9. The dewalt will get more on a 9ah/3.1ah battery. High voltage more efficient and 20700 cells vs the Milwaukee 9.9 using 18650 cells
  10. Dewalt 12 volt tools are going away

    It's common basic tool knowledge that dewalt is revamping the 12v line. The wheels are already rolling on new 12v tools. Next year will see some
  11. Any feed back on new 20v brushless grinder

    I got the lock on style switch 5". It's a strong grinder, quicker cuttung/grinding compared to the fuel and makita bl. The rpm is 5000, fuel, makita 8500rpm. The only negative with the new dewalt are ergonomics aren't the best.
  12. Future Makita Batteries and the illusive 6ah

    The gap is 2.5mm-3mm on current x2 tools. Spacing is bigger on the x2 grinders. New batteries are coming and they have been delayed. No information on what cells are being used
  13. Makita Battery cell 20700

    I doubt they even care what people think. Privately owned company. Really the current x2 with standard gap are fine with double 4.0, 5.0 and 6.0. The x2 9" has the bigger spacing and need bigger celled batteries. X2 sds max will need the same
  14. Makita Battery cell 20700

    The spacing is bigger on the x2 grinders and one of the new line trimmer. Could the new x2 power head tool. Spacing on the rear handle circ saw isn't
  15. Makita Battery cell 20700

    Both I think lol Hahaha What will happen when Milwaukee bring their 21700 celled dual voltage packs next year, will they be better ? Who cares, every brand has good and bad
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