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This is a awesome find I just came across. Graco just came out with a cordless paint sprayer that uses Dewalt 20v batteries. I have the corded version and it works great. I will definitely be buying one of these. 

 

http://www.graco.com/us/en/products/contractor/ultra-corded-airless-handheld.html

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I seen there was another company that was using Milwaukee batteries. I like how smaller companies are using batteries from tried and true platforms instead of making their own proprietary batteries. I can't wait until batteries become standardized. Would be nice to use dewalt batteries on makita tools, makita batteries on milwaukee tools, an so on.

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Without taking too much about things I cannot talk about(1st rule of fight club), there might be an initiative where by DeWalt may or may not work with other companies outside SBD to produce items of a non competing nature to be "Powered By DeWalt".  Cough Cough, this is just speculation based on NOTHING AT ALL....

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7 hours ago, Rtorres092382 said:

Would buy this in a heartbeat if it was legit brought to us by Dewalt and not just powered by their batteries.

I would rather have a company like Graco who have been in the paint sprayer business for a forever make the product using DeWALT batteries, instead of DeWALT trying to make a paint sprayer and have to build 3 generations before they have a decent sprayer..

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1 hour ago, Grumpy MSG said:

I would rather have a company like Graco who have been in the paint sprayer business for a forever make the product using DeWALT batteries, instead of DeWALT trying to make a paint sprayer and have to build 3 generations before they have a decent sprayer..

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It looks like they are using PPS liners too. How cool. This would be great for on site finishing or small jobs in the shop. I wonder if it can run a fine finish tip and push ProClassic trim paint...




They have a model that can spray solvent based finishes too. I want to try one.
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I would rather have a company like Graco who have been in the paint sprayer business for a forever make the product using DeWALT batteries, instead of DeWALT trying to make a paint sprayer and have to build 3 generations before they have a decent sprayer..


Exactly! I love outsourcing of major brand batteries


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5 hours ago, Cr8ondt said:

Ha, just noticed the local Graco dealer is Sherman Williams....... I'm building a house for one of their design consultants..... HUMMMM I wonder...............

And they must be so new that you can't find them on the website. I did see a cordless sprayer with a different battery when I went looking for about $450. Hopefully the price on this one will be lower.

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1 minute ago, Grumpy MSG said:

And they must be so new that you can't find them on the website. I did see a cordless sprayer with a different battery when I went looking for about $450. Hopefully the price on this one will be lower.

Next time I see her I will ask, I'm sure they don't stock em but can't hurt to ask.

 

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10 hours ago, overanalyze said:

It looks like they are using PPS liners too. How cool. This would be great for on site finishing or small jobs in the shop. I wonder if it can run a fine finish tip and push ProClassic trim paint...

 

 


They have a model that can spray solvent based finishes too. I want to try one.

 

 

That's cool I wondered what that was because it looks like there is a bag which is deforming as tho the machine is pulling the paint out and creating a vacuum on the "bag"

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Also it says they should ship next week and are available to order now!

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Can readers / users of this topic please add known manufactors who use Dewalt batteries with their tools

 

please no comments first, let´s try to get a list with this post and comment later

 

Dewalt XR battery plattform

  1. DeWALT USA 20V Max / DeWalt Europe 18V (same battery ! , just marketing)
  2. Mac Tools
  3. Graco
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7 minutes ago, midogrumpy said:

Can readers / users of this topic please add known manufactors who use Dewalt batteries with their tools

 

please no comments first, let´s try to get a list with this post and comment later

 

Dewalt XR battery plattform

  1. DeWALT USA 20V Max / DeWalt Europe 18V (same battery ! , just marketing)
  2. Mac Tools
  3. Graco
  4.  
  5.  
  6.  

Wouldn't hurt to make a thread on the topic.... as I suspect more may be in the pipes but I'll add a 3rd party item....

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B01C3FTYG0/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o06_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1

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55 minutes ago, KnarlyCarl said:

Doesn't matco also use the same form factor as DeWalt specific batteries, just with their own color and logo (same but different, all SBD...)

I believe they are owned by Danaher not SBD and no their batteries are not compatible.  You might be thinking of Mac which is an SBD brand, I would love a Mac battery ooohhh rubber over mold and fluid resistant

20V MAX* R-Spec Li-Ion Battery - 5.0Ah

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Facom a SBD company:779.CL3_PH05

Image result for mac battery on dewalt tool

Mac also SBD:

Image result for mac battery on dewalt tool

 

 

Would be sweet if SBD adopted this approach for all their brands..... I would soooo buy Black and Decker stuff for "non essential" or less used tools, probably some Porter Cable goodies too.  

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3 hours ago, midogrumpy said:

Can readers / users of this topic please add known manufactors who use Dewalt batteries with their tools

 

please no comments first, let´s try to get a list with this post and comment later

 

Dewalt XR battery plattform

  1. DeWALT USA 20V Max / DeWalt Europe 18V (same battery ! , just marketing)
  2. Mac Tools
  3. Graco
  4.  
  5.  
  6.  

Sidchrome seems to be 12v max, looks like rebranded mac/facom

 

Glue gun here

 

https://elimadenttools.com/products/elim-a-dent-cordless-glue-gun-powered-by-dewalt

 

Also sure I've seen a rivet gun but can't find it now & have some recollection of a greenlee crimper? That ran on 20v max.. 

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2 hours ago, Cr8ondt said:

I believe they are owned by Danaher not SBD and no their batteries are not compatible.  You might be thinking of Mac which is an SBD brand, I would love a Mac battery ooohhh rubber over mold and fluid resistant

20V MAX* R-Spec Li-Ion Battery - 5.0Ah

Aha I get it yes that's right

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6 minutes ago, SDS said:

Sidchrome seems to be 12v max, looks like rebranded mac/facom

 

Glue gun here

 

https://elimadenttools.com/products/elim-a-dent-cordless-glue-gun-powered-by-dewalt

 

Also sure I've seen a rivet gun but can't find it now & have some recollection of a greenlee crimper? That ran on 20v max.. 

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That's cool, they also have ones for Milwaukee or Makita batteries

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