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Electric PVC shear cutting

Milwaukee M12 cordless PVC shear cutter

I've been cutting a lot of PVC pipe lately.

Hack saw, coping saw, reciprocating and circular saw all paled in comparison to the new Milwaukee M12 PVC shear cutter.

It uses an ultra sharp blade with a pierced point design that leaves no burrs.



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what about the good ole pvc cutters? does the same thing as that contraption there and doesn't need juice.
Comment by eric Tue Aug 27 16:47:13 2013
Those would be fine for a cut here and there, but if you plan to make hundreds of cuts a day then this little baby can save some wear and tear on your wrist and make a cleaner cut.
Comment by mark Wed Aug 28 15:46:56 2013





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