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Found a patent for an X2 shear wrench.



This is exciting for me. I am an ironworker a use a shear wrench often. Makita has a corded version which we have, https://www.makitatools.com/products/details/6922NB


The corded version runs about $1800.00 - $1900.00, I wonder what the price point will be on the cordless.

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27 minutes ago, Tool Lover 69 said:

That will be plenty of work for the batteries!


Quite the opposite. Very much like rod/stud cutters. I have a Hitachi and the batteries last for weeks between charges and constant daily use. 


The motors are normally high speed, low torque and the tool is geared to maximise torque so batteries don't have a massive drain. I'd imagine the need for 36v is purely for economy of use. Higher voltage/lower drain on cells. 


I could be wrong though. 

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