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15 Photos from Milwaukee Tool Show New 2015
I just came home from Milwaukee Tool Show New 2015. They call it a Symposium of new products, which are technically be considered a media event, and I’m calling it a tool New Show.
And what a show it was. Milwaukee tool put a lot of time and effort into this event, and it shows. This is my first event in Milwaukee 3 years (I can not make it to the last couple of events), and I had a great time.
The best part of this event was approached with product managers and team leaders who are a pleasure to chat with. They are very friendly, but also open. Understanding they are willing to share just great, and often their passion for the product they developed the ball over in their words.
It will take me some time to put the insurance details, so stay tuned. Meanwhile, here is a selection of 15 photos for you to enjoy purposes.
Wow, that’s a lot of wireless power tools M18.
And, oh my, that’s a lot of wireless power tools M12.
This is just one of a lot of teams that put Milwaukee up at the exhibition center. Surprisingly, these efforts have gone into setting things up for us. And yes, there were a lot of red lights. Even the fluorescent lights in the main lobby had a nasty red plate.
Coming soon: Milwaukee EDC folding knives pocket! I believe this will be built with D2 tool steel, alloy which is a very tough and abrasion resistant. This is the prototype that will be refined further before the final design is ready, but I was very impressed and can not wait to get my hands on a production model.
The new Milwaukee adjustable wrench, with 6 threads engaged, through “trial rattle” with high marks.
How old do you think this is the Empire?
Degree torpedo was invented by Empire in 1935, but this level is definitely not the former. True?
This was my first hole with a drill from drilling and cutting annular. The cell has been erased curly before I thought to take a picture.
Speaking of exercises mag, this is deputy director Brian Alves suspended production from an I-Beam. Mag drills 1,600 lbs grip on power and not move at all.
You know what I’ve been happy to see? That seatbelts. No corners cut with the designs of, at all. They think of everything!
Can you guess what this is? It is a trick of the camera module test a new range coming out. It has a handle-mounted controls allow you to wiggle and flex camera again !!
Here is a sneak peek of the impact control design new threats.
Olympic torch? torture device? No, larger diameter masonry drill bit.
You do not even want to know how much a test setup running time as costs. That small silver box containing a torque meter, and the black box can have a high-powered electromagnetic brake to escort matching.
Radiator on an LED worklight upcoming Milwaukee is just crazy.
Speaking of worklights, product manager Milwaukee mangled some halogen worklights Steel-foot-leg to make a point.
That’s it for now, hope this whetted your appetite for more. And if you feel you are being teased, remember that the choice is between a teaser or nothing at all.