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Background and Identification
Milwaukee was founded in 1924 and its initial goal was actually to repair other manufacturer tools, gaining ideas to be changed to increase the lifespan of a tool. World war 2 and with the help of the manufacturing boom made Milwaukee become a major supplier for the US. They currently employ over 5,500 people.
As compared to other types of drivers, an impact driver senses when you need additional torque and creates rotational impact force with a spring, hammer, and anvil. As the motor turns the shaft, the spring compresses and then releases forcefully, driving the hammer rotationally against the anvil. The spring compresses and then releases as the motor turns the shaft, which drives the hammer rotationally against the anvil.
The M12 Hex Impact Driver can be distinguished from other models by its longer body and a clip that protrudes from the back of the driver. Newer models have this clip on the handle instead. Also, the driver's red coloring distinguishes it from other companies. To find its product number look at one of the sides as it should have a plate with information about the device.
Source: Milwaukee Product Page
- Length: 6”
- Voltage: 12V
- Power Source: Cordless
- Peak Torque: 1,200 in-lbs
- No Load Speed: 0-2,650 RPM
- No Load IPM: 0-3,550
- Battery System: M12
Milwaukee Product Support Page - (Milwaukee’s site that helps a user general information about their product like parts pricing or manuals)
Milwaukee M12 Impact Driver Customer Reviews - (Reviews about the device)
How to Locate a Model Number - (Talks about and shows pictures on how to find model numbers for your tool)
Youtube Video: M12 Impact Driver Review - (Video that goes over the impact driver and talks about it)
Power Tool Care and Maintenance - (This page is an intro to how to take care of your power tools)