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Modèle # 2745-20 Internet # 1001495571

La cloueuse de charpente MILWAUKEE M18 FUEL 30 degrés établit la nouvelle norme pour les cloueuses de charpente sans fil. Grâce à un mécanisme à ressort à l'azote, à un moteur sans balais POWERSTATE et à l'intelligence REDLINK, cette cloueuse offre aux utilisateurs une performance pneumatique ainsi que la commodité et la liberté de l'alimentation sans fil. En fournissant la puissance nécessaire pour enfoncer des clous à tête ronde dans des bois d'ingénierie denses, cette cloueuse de charpente permet aux utilisateurs de s'attaquer aux applications de charpente les plus exigeantes. Pour que les utilisateurs restent productifs et efficaces tout au long de la journée, le pistolet à clouer les charpentes tire 3 clous par seconde sans temps de montée en puissance, ce qui signifie qu'un clou est tiré dès que l'utilisateur appuie sur la gâchette. De plus, la cloueuse à cadre sans fil fonctionne uniquement avec les piles REDLITHIUM de Milwaukee (non incluses) et de l'azote comprimé scellé pour enfoncer chaque clou, ce qui élimine complètement le coût et les tracas des cartouches de gaz et de l'entretien associés aux cloueuses des concurrents.

  1. Stockage des clés hexagonales à bord
  1. Bouton de mise en marche / arrêt
  1. Conseil sans frais inclus
  1. Temps de montée en puissance zéro
  1. Réglage de la profondeur de conduite sans outil
  1. Modes de tir séquentiel et par contact
  1. Verrouillage des feux secs
  1. Crochet de chevron inclus
  1. Crochet de ceinture inclus
  1. Comprend : (1) M18 FUEL 3-1/2 -inch 18V 30-Degree Framing Nailer (2745-20)

Spécifications

Dimensions

Hauteur assemblé (en pouces)
13.3
Hauteur de l’emballage (en pouces)
13.3
Largeur assemblée (en pouces)
4.7
Largeur de l’emballage (en pouces)
4.7
Poids assemblé (en livres)
9.4
Poids de l’emballage (en livres)
9.4
Profondeur assemblé (en pouces)
14.1
Profondeur de l’emballage (en pouces)
14.1

Détails

Angle de la cloueuse
30
Arrivée d'air minimale recommandée en pi³ standard/min à 90 psi
Moins que 1
Arrivée dair minimale recommandée à 90 psi (en pi³ standard/min)
0
Clous Calibre (cal.)
18
Pays d'origine
US-United States
Pression minimale recommandée lors du fonctionnement (en psi)
0
Sans fil/avec fil
Sans fil
Source dalimentation
Sans fil
Système de batteries
Milwaukee M18
Taille maximale de lattache (en po)
3.5
Taille minimale de lattache (en po)
2
Tension de batterie
18 V

Garanties et certifications

Garantie limitée de 3 ans. Pour plus d'informations, veuillez appeler le 1-877-948-2360.
M18 FUEL 18V Lithium-Ion 3-1/2 -inch 30-Degree Brushless Cordless Framing Nailer (outil seulement)Milwaukee Tool M18 FUEL 18V Lithium-Ion 3-1/2 -inch 30-Degree Brushless Cordless Framing Nailer (outil seulement)La cloueuse de charpente MILWAUKEE M18 FUEL 30 degrés établit la nouvelle norme pour les cloueuses de charpente sans fil. Grâce à un mécanisme à ressort à l'azote, à un moteur sans balais POWERSTATE et à l'intelligence REDLINK, cette cloueuse offre aux utilisateurs une performance pneumatique ainsi que la commodité et la liberté de l'alimentation sans fil. En fournissant la puissance nécessaire pour enfoncer des clous à tête ronde dans des bois d'ingénierie denses, cette cloueuse de charpente permet aux utilisateurs de s'attaquer aux applications de charpente les plus exigeantes. Pour que les utilisateurs restent productifs et efficaces tout au long de la journée, le pistolet à clouer les charpentes tire 3 clous par seconde sans temps de montée en puissance, ce qui signifie qu'un clou est tiré dès que l'utilisateur appuie sur la gâchette. De plus, la cloueuse à cadre sans fil fonctionne uniquement avec les piles REDLITHIUM de Milwaukee (non incluses) et de l'azote comprimé scellé pour enfoncer chaque clou, ce qui élimine complètement le coût et les tracas des cartouches de gaz et de l'entretien associés aux cloueuses des concurrents.
Milwaukee Tool
1001495571
CAD5782024-04-22
Home Depot Canada
M18 FUEL 18V Lithium-Ion 3-1/2 -inch 30-Degree Brushless Cordless Framing Nailer (outil seulement) est évalué 4.6 de 5 de 1920.
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Rated 5 de 5 de par Huge upgrade from pneumatic nailers!! I have used pneumatic nailers my whole life and decided to give this cordless battery powered nailer and I have to admit, whatever concerns I had went right out the window as soon as I fired the nail. This nailer packs a punch and I feel like it works as well as a pneumatic nailer, but no need for a compressor and hose to fire nails. This is huge when it comes to tools and equipment I have to take to a job site. The nailer has a single fire option and a rapid fire option. I feel like it performs as well as a pneumatic but without the hassle of hoses and compressor and need for electricity to power the compressor. The cordless nailer is heavier then a pneumatic, but all things considered the nailer is a definite winner.
Date de publication: 2021-05-30
Rated 1 de 5 de par won't sink I bought one, after a couple weeks it stopped sinking nails. Returned to the store and got a replacement. Same thing within a couple days. Returned for a refund. When it works, it works great. I wish the hanger clip was extendable to allow hanging from a truss. Balance needs to be made more centralized. Weight can be frustrating, but the balance is what's wrong. too heavy at the back and nose of the gun. Need more weight to be in the center. Sometimes the contact firing mode will cancel and revert to extra safe mode if left for too long, which is annoying. I'll wait for gen 2 - hopefully it's in development, and isn't years away.
Date de publication: 2022-04-29
Rated 1 de 5 de par Too Bad I thought this gun would be great I have had this gun for 8 month it has let me down big time! It will not drive 3 inch nails more than half way into a LVL. It does not shoot 3 1/4 inch ring nails in all the way on spruce lumber. Now if I want it fixed, I will have to send it in for warranty repair and it will take weeks to get back! I am needing it to build a house now! I can not continue with out it for even a day. The owner has purchased 6 boxes of nails just for this gun! So now I will have to tell him the gun I bragged about will not work, so he will have to take all the nails back and get coil nails for my 30 year old bostitch nailer! Which has never let me down.
Date de publication: 2023-01-16
Rated 5 de 5 de par Almost perfect I’m a framer - so this gun isn’t used for full time framing - it’s too heavy for that. But its perfect to keep on site for the moments that arrive every day where it’s very convenient to have a hoseless gun on hand - change orders - back framing - solo work - framing a landing - tie-ups - some roof framing. The list goes on. The extended mag is perfect, and I like how the mag is not plastic therefore more durable. When I have the means, I’m for sure going to pickup a second gun. Milwaukee killed it. I only wish somehow the technology could be fiddled with so that it is made lighter - this beast is heavy, but packs a big punch. Go pick one up today!
Date de publication: 2020-11-21
Rated 5 de 5 de par From fuel and battery to Battery Only FUEL tool We have been buying the Paslode gun nails and gas for quite some time now. So we have a lot of experience with cordless nailers. This thing is a huge leap in the right direction. Way faster, no gas and sinks them the right amount into the wood (after a little adjustment for the wood type) I’m impressed and can’t wait to get my hands on the 21* version. Been waiting for that but grabbed this one up in the meantime with the extended mag. It’s great for pick up work in addicts and crawl spaces. I will own many of the 21* guns. SIDE NOTE since I know you guys take advice well ;) need the clip to go out the width of a stud for truss hanging
Date de publication: 2020-08-04
Rated 5 de 5 de par A great investment I recieved my 1st nailer as a gift about 15 yrs ago. Not being a professional carpenter, I thought it was overkill and a waste of money. Was I wrong, I found myself using it quite often. A shed, resizing larger windows, a porch, projects for others - I loved it. Finally, it broke and I began looking for a replacement. When I came across Milwaukee's nailer I just had to have one. No more compressors, no more messing with oil, no more tripping over hoses! This nailer is awesome - easy depth control and no more unknowingly running out nails. Trust me, you don't have to be a professional to realize the great value of this tool.
Date de publication: 2020-08-22
Rated 2 de 5 de par I will be returning this product. Framing carpenter Bought it yesterday, worked well for half the day yesterday. Made it until 10 am today. Started by only sinking nails in half way, then after a few times of doing that and adjusting stuff on the nailer is started making 3 loud fast clicks and didn't shoot anything. Tried changing batteries multiple times. Doesn't shoot nails at all now. I will be returning tomorrow morning. This being said I looked online and haven't found anyone else with the same problem. I could have just gotten 1 defective nailer. Milwaukee usually makes high quality tools, I thought if anyone could figure out an electric nailer, Milwaukee tool could. Back to the paslode
Date de publication: 2020-07-01
Rated 5 de 5 de par First time using it - framed up 24x24 garage Used a 5.0 battery lasted until lunch. Plenty of power, zero issues, zero malfunctions. Ran maybe 30 strips of nails through it. Gave it to my cousin who was hanging off the end doing rafter tails so he could maneuver easier. He was sold he is already fast and could go faster. I was nailing up the rafter to the ridge with a hosed framing gun and it felt like a pain fixing the hose all the time. Without the extended mag it can fit between rafters- the whole nailer. Glad for size and weight I didn’t have the extended mag actually.
Date de publication: 2020-07-25
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will this gun fire without nails in it?

Posée par: Jenks
It will not work without nails. 
Répondue par: Strongman
Date de publication: 2023-05-07

How you turn up pressure to set nails

Posée par: Alleb
It comes with instructions, read them.
Répondue par: NoDewalt
Date de publication: 2024-02-20

Can I use my red lithium 5.0 battery

Posée par: Milwaukee Framing nailer
The Milwaukee M18 FUEL 3-1/2 in. 18-Volt 30-Degree Lithium-Ion Brushless Cordless Framing Nailer is compatible with all M18 batteries.
Répondue par: Milwaukee Tool
Date de publication: 2023-07-02

Which one is better the 30 degree or the 21 degree?

Posée par: Mike
Milwaukee’s 21- and 30-degree nailers have the same drive system and function basically identically. Which one is “better” largely depends on what you plan to do with it. If you need to get into tight spaces, as is often the case in remodeling and punch-list framing, the 30 is probably the better option. If you’re doing rough framing on small projects starting from scratch, the 21 is probably better - it has a slightly higher mail capacity. If you’re a production framer, you’ll want to stay away from either because 1. Both are heavy and not great for all-day use and 2. Unless you get an optional extended magazine, you’ll be reloading every minute.
Répondue par: Matt M
Date de publication: 2023-12-11

Do paslode nails work in this?

Just wondering
Posée par: Clik
If you are asking about the Paslode gas nailer than yes, they both use 30-degree nails.
Répondue par: Mark
Date de publication: 2023-05-07

Can I use a bigger ah battery? Instead of 5.0ah, can I use 8ah?

Posée par: Wade
I shoot nails through lunch on a 2ah battery. This thing has some weight to it so the small batteries are great and last for a while.
Répondue par: dddd
Date de publication: 2024-01-07

Degree specifications

Posée par: FixItFelix
I have not tried the 33 degree nails however I will say this; Milwaukee would not advertise their 30-34 degree ability without thorough testing of such. I would feel confident in using 33 degree nails. Next time I purchase nails I will buy 33-34 degree nails and respond if they don't perform. That being said, you won't hear back from me. They will work.
Répondue par: Valor Properties
Date de publication: 2023-05-07

HI, can you provide the type/manufacturer/ product # for the recommended nail (assuming ~3" nail)?

Posée par: Damian
Use paper strip gun nails from 30 degrees to 34. Any manufacturer is fine as long as they are paper strips and the right angle.
Répondue par: Lucky
Date de publication: 2022-02-18
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