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Milwaukee M12 FUEL Compact Cut Off Tool 2522-21XC

Manufacturer: Milwaukee
Model number: 2522-21XC
Price: $203.00
Power source: M12 Battery
Motor size: Brushless
Weight: 2.4 bs
The New Milwaukee M12 FUEL 3-inch compact cut off tool is a “Jack of all trades, master of none!”  It was designed to be a compact, multi-material, cutting tool that operates on the M12 platform.

The first thing we noticed was the tool has a one-speed trigger and operates at 20,000 RPMs, and is  NOT optimized for woodcutting. Its technically categorized as a cut off tool, because adding a wood blade would change its classification and require a blade safety guard covering the saw blade teeth.

It is versatile though, and is set up for cutting different materials, often found on the job site, such as:

  • Cement board
  • Drywall
  • Spiral duct, 16-gauge duct and sheet metal
  • Light to medium 26-28 gauge metals
  • Threaded rod
  • Ceramic tile
  • PVC
  • Automotive fiberglass and plastics


Reversible Blade Rotation

The second thing we noticed was the tool has a reversible blade rotation option, and a rotating blade guard to optimize the direction of cut for users. By reversing the blade, you can control where the sparks and shards fly – ideally NOT in your face.

It’s compact, in-line design provides an easy line of sight, which translates to cleaner, better cuts. The saw is small and lightweight at 2.4 lbs., and balanced enough for one-handed use. It’s designed to look like a mini-circular saw but when you stop and think about the design its optimized for one-handed control and operation.

Cutting Blades

The Milwaukee M12 FUEL 3-inch compact cut off tool comes with a 3” circular blade, and provides 5/8” depth of cut. It was designed with 1/2” drywall in mind.

The blades come in three styles

  1. Carbide abrasive grit – ideal for drywall, cement board, and plaster.
  2. Metal abrasive cut off
  3. Diamond tile blade

Cutting Shoe Attachment

A cutting shoe flange comes with the tool [bare tool or kit] and allows users to attach dust control to the saw. The dust chute fits a 1-1/4” ID hose and also Milwaukee’s hose clip adapter.  The dust chute also has a cap in case you do not attach a vacuum hose.

Included Accessory Flange

A 7/16”arbor adapter also comes with the cut off tool which lets users use Dremel blades.

A few other notes from the review:

Specifications

  • Blade Size: 3”
  • RPM: 20,000
  • Direct drive, brushless motor
  • Arbor Size: 3/8”
  • Cut Depth: 0.64”
  • Length: 8.9”
  • Width: 4.7”
  • Height: 3.5”
  • Weight (w/ XC4.0 battery): 2.4 lbs

Price

  • Bare tool ($129)
  • Kit ($199 with a XC 4.0 Ah battery, charger and bag.)

Milwaukee M12 FUEL 3-Inch Compact Cut Off Tool

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Tile Cutting

This saw is a dry cutting saw and can make rounded cuts, notches, one handed cuts. Milwaukee claims it provides WAY more control than a 4-1/2″ grinder does.

We attached the dust shroud and tested it on tile [dry cutting] and felt is was under-powered to cut 3/8″ ceramic tile. It will cut tile, but at a super slow speed. If you try to cut quick it will stall. This tool is clearly not a replacement for wet saw, snap cutter or grinder.

Cement Board and Plaster

The Milwaukee M12 Cutoff Tool worked amazingly well on cement board, and this is where it shined for me as a remodeling contractor. We ripped, cut curves and cut outs, it worked amazingly well. With the dust shroud and a vacuum attached, it collected a decent amount of dust.  We did note that  dust escaped through the bottom section of the cutout.

Cutting Metal Duct

We used the Milwaukee M12 Cutoff Tool to cut some metal pipe down, it was fast and made a clean cut. HVAC contractors will love this tool for duct cutting, cutouts, registers, takeoffs or cleats. It is capable of making 12” long cuts in 26 gauge sheet metal in under 10 seconds which should simply that process!  While NOT a primary cutting tool, it’s best viewed as a supplemental tool, as it WILL NOT replace cutting shears.

Cutting Other Materials

When testing the Milwaukee M12 Cutoff Tool I tried it on a multitude of materials, with all three applicable blades. Some of the items I successfully cut were:

  • Aluminum sheet .80″ thick
  • Double walled exhaust flue 22. gauge
  • Steel chain links
  • Medium sized padlock
  • Uni-strut
  • 5/8″ Threaded rod
  • 1/2″ rebar
  • 1/4″ tile
  • 1/2″ Drywall
  • 5/8″ Wide X 3/16″ deep shelf standards

Improvements

We felt that this tool did not do well when used on 3/8″ glazed ceramic tile.

We’d like to see a bit more power for tile cutting – this is a tough tile to cut with a 12-volt tool. I’d bet they’d have to increase the tools size, and probably add a gear set to do it. An then it would NOT be compact.

This tool is set up to cut 5/8″ depth [max] material, we’d love to see the cutting depth increased slightly, to account for blade wear.

Bosch Knock Off?

Bosch has a similar tool, available in Europe and Australia. While both tools use a 3” blade the Milwaukee is the only tool that can reverse the direction of its cut. The Bosch is slower cutting, and does not currently have a dust chute.

Overall Impression

The Milwaukee M12 FUEL 3-inch compact cut off tool is a well-balanced, durably designed, one-handed cutting and cut-off tool. Having the ability to cut in either direction and to reverse the blade rotation is a great feature!

This little tool is impressive to say the least, and to quote #TBBCrew member Ethan Bickford:

This little guy is a total problem solver, it’s like when the oscillating multi-tool came out. There are cruder, faster methods, but this little guy allows some finesse and it definitely solves problems!

No matter how you look at this tool, there will be times where it will save you time, and allow you to get into spots that would normally be difficult with other cutting tools. We feel that this cutoff tool is an excellent supplemental, problem solving tool that will increase your options to get things done on your projects.

 

Milwaukee M12 FUEL 3-Inch Compact Cut Off Tool Video Review

 

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Milwaukee® M12 FUEL™ 2522-20 Compact Cordless Cut-Off Saw, 3 in Blade

  • Arbor / Shank Size: 3/8 in
  • Dimensions: 7 in L x 4-3/4 in W x 3-3/20 in H
  • Manufacturer: Milwaukee Tool
  • Manufacturer #: 2522-20
  • Speed: 20000 rpm
  • Tool / Kit: TOOL
  • Type: Compact
  • Voltage Rating: 12V

The M12™ FUEL™ 3 in compact cut-off tool delivers multi-material cutting capability in an ergonomic package, optimized for one handed use. Spinning at 20000 rpm and featuring a POWERSTATE™ brushless motor, the 2522 delivers fast and accurate cutting performance in a wide range of materials. The unique reversible blade rotation feature provides users ultimate control over material removal, along with the ability to select their desired blade rotation for the direction they need to cut. For ultimate cutting versatility, the 2522 ships with three accessories - a metal cut-off wheel, a diamond tile blade and a carbide abrasive blade. The M12™ FUEL™ 3 in compact cut-off tool also includes a tool-free accessory guard and shoe that includes a vacuum adapter for dust mitigation as well as cut depth adjustment. Lastly, the tool also features tool-free guard adjustment and an LED light.

Milwaukee® M12 FUEL™ Cordless Cut-Off Saw, Compact, Tool, 3 in Blade, 3/8 in Arbor/Shank, 20000 rpm Speed, 12 V, Plastic Housing Material, 7.05 in L x 4.72 in W x 3.15 in H Dimensions

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Milwaukee 2522-20 M12 FUEL 3" Compact Cut Off Tool (Tool Only)

Milwaukee 2522-20, M12 FUEL 3" Compact Cut Off Tool (Tool Only)

When you think of a cut off tool, two words should come to mind: fast and accurate. With the Milwaukee 2522-20, M12 FUEL 3" compact cut off tool, those are exactly the types of cuts you get.

With its ergonomic design optimized for one-handed use, the blade's parallel placement with the rest of the M12 3" compact cut off tool makes the action of cutting a natural extension of your own hand. That leaves you with a free hand to hold the material you're cutting, making quick work of all the cuts you need to make.

Containing a POWERSTATE Brushless Motor that cranks out 20,000 rpm, the Milwaukee 2522-20 delivers multi-material cutting performance that slices equally well through plastic, fiberglass, metal, stainless steel, welds and more. For even more cutting control, the tool features the unique option of reversible blade rotation. Plus, it has a built-in blade viewing window and tool-free cut depth adjustment.

To make this tool even more versatile, the Milwaukee 2522-20 comes complete with a metal cut off wheel, a 3" diamond tile blade and a 3" carbide abrasive blade.

The M12 FUEL 3" Compact Cut Off Tool even features an LED light for greater cutting visibility and a vacuum adapter for dust mitigation. From professional to DIY applications, it's portable enough to go with you anywhere and powerful enough to get the job done.

Features

    • 20,000 RPM for fast and accurate cutting performance
    • Reversible blade rotation for ultimate cutting control
    • Part of the M12 system, featuring over 80+ tools
    • POWERSTATE Brushless motor delivers maximum power and long motor life
    • REDLINK Plus intelligence provides optimized performance and overload protection
    • Tool free guard adjustment for convenience and ease of use
    • Includes accessory guard and shoe with vacuum port for dust mitigation and cut depth adjustment
    • Includes (1) metal cut off wheel, (1) Carbide abrasive blade, and (1) diamond tile blade
    • Compatible with common 3 in. cut off wheels with 3/8 in. arbor

Includes

      • (1) M12 FUEL 3" Compact Cut Off Tool (tool only) (2522-20)
      • (1) 3" Carbide Abrasive Blade (49-94-3005)
      • (1) 3" Diamond Tile Blade (49-94-3010)
      • (1) Blade Wrench
      • (1) Metal Cut Off Wheel
      • (1) 7/16" Flange Adapter
      • (1) Shoe Guard

In addition to providing top-of-the-line tools, remember that Construction Fasteners and Tools offers FREE shipping on all orders over $99. To learn more about the Milwaukee 2522-20, M12 FUEL 3" compact cut off tool or any other quality item from Milwaukee's M12 system, contact us today.

Frequently Asked Questions

Q: What vacuum hose sizes does this tool fit?

A: Common 1 1/4" house sizes will friction fit inside the dust shroud port. The Milwaukee hose clip adapter found on the 0885-20 and 8960-20 will also fit

Q: Are the blade accessories universal or proprietary?

A: Metal cut off wheels with a 3" diameter and 3/8" arbor are very common throughout distribution. All 3" diameter wheels with 3/8" arbors should fit the 2522-20

A: The Dremel diamond tile (SM540) and carbide multi-purpose (SM500) blades are also compatible with the 2522-20. To fasten these blades properly the user will have to install the 7/16" flange adapter packed with both kit and bare tools, as these blades have a 7/16" arbor size

Q: Does this tool have variable speed?

A: No, the 2522-20 is a single speed tool spinning at 20,000 RPM

Q: Is this tool intended to cut wood?

A: This tool is not intended to be a wood cutting tool. While users may find that the carbide abrasive blade can cut wood, it is not intended to be a dedicated wood cutting product

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Milwaukee 3-Inch Cut Off Tool 2522-21XC Review

Milwaukee M12 Cut Off Tool Review – The Sound Of One Hand Cutting

What's This?This post is sponsored by The Home Depot. As an avowed tool junkie, I’m always excited when a new tool comes along that’s well designed, well made, and most of all – useful. I especially like tools that are versatile, and capable of doing several tasks. The new Milwaukee M12 Cut Off Tool ticks all those boxes; join us as we take a sharp look at it.

Milwaukee M12 Cut Off Tool

The Milwaukee M12 Cut Off Tool comes with three 3″ blades, enabling it to cut a wide variety of materials. Included are a metal cut off blade, a carbide abrasive blade, and a diamond tile blade. Milwaukee replacement blades are available, and using the included adapter, the Milwaukee M12 Cut Off Tool can also use an assortment of Dremel blades.

Milwaukee M12 Cut Off Tool

The Milwaukee M12 cut off tool is very compact, and weighs only 1.52 lbs. without a battery. It will run on any Milwaukee M12 battery; obviously, bigger battery = longer run time. The beauty of using such a lightweight, easy-to-control tool is that it leaves your support hand free to hold or maneuver whatever you’re cutting. It’s powered by an efficient brushless motor, which spins the blade at 20,000 RPM. We’ll delve into the features in a minute; meanwhile, here are the specs from Milwaukee, followed by a short cutting-edge promo video:

• POWERSTATE brushless motor delivers maximum power and long motor life
• REDLINK PLUS intelligence provides optimized performance and overload protection
• Tool free guard adjustment for convenience and ease of use
• Includes accessory guard and shoe with vacuum port for dust mitigation and cut depth adjustment
• Accessories includes: 1 metal cut off wheel, 1 carbide abrasive blade and 1 diamond tile blade
• Compatible with common 3 in. cut off wheels with 3/8 in. arbor
• Includes 7/16 in. flange adapter for compatibility with 3 in. Dremel Saw-max accessories
• LED light for improved visibility in confined spaces and low light situations
• Product Weight: 1.52 lb.
• Maximum Speed (rpm): 20,000
• Includes: M12 FUEL 3 in. compact cut off tool, 1 metal cut off wheel, 1 carbide abrasive blade, 1 diamond tile blade, accessory shoe and guard, blade wrench, 7/16 in. flange adapter
• Kit includes all of the above plus 1 M12 XC4.0 battery, M12 charger, contractor bag

Dissecting The Milwaukee M12 Cut Off Tool

The Milwaukee M12 Cut Off Tool may be small, but it looks and feels very solidly made. A rubber overmold covers the handle, providing a good grip and a bit of comfort. A battery level indicator on top of the tool uses four red LEDs to let you know how much juice you have, before you slither into the crawl space to play with that ductwork.

Milwaukee M12 Cut Off Tool
Milwaukee M12 Cut Off Tool

The tool is powered by a Milwaukee FUEL brushless motor, spinning at 20,000 RPM. The blade gets up to full speed in less than a second, and when the trigger is released, it stops immediately. A bright LED light comes on when you pull the trigger; it may or may not be helpful, depending on the orientation of the tool.

Switching blades is pretty fast and straightforward. The spindle lock button is easy to access and depress. A hex wrench removes the arbor bolt; it’s a left-handed thread, so turn the bolt clockwise to loosen. Pop out the bolt, pull off the top flange, pop out the blade, slide the new blade onto the spindle, replace the flange, and tighten the bolt, going counter-clockwise. Then find somewhere safe to stow the wrench.

Milwaukee M12 Cut Off Tool

The guard on the Milwaukee M12 Cut Off Tool can be adjusted by simply rotating it forward or back; it stays firmly where you put it. When you move the guard, it’s possible your hand will contact the blade. Unless the look you’re going for is scorched, shredded fingers, it’s not a bad idea to use a glove, especially if the blade has just been used and is glowing red. And while we’re talking safety, eye protection is a must when using this or ANY tool with a rapidly-spinning blade.

For even more protection, snap the accessory guard and shoe into place. It goes on easily, with no tools required, and provides almost complete protection around the sides and top of the blade. The shoe has a knob that lets you adjust the depth of cut, and lock it into position.

Milwaukee M12 Cut Off Tool

The accessory guard also has a vacuum port. It accepts a 1-1/2” inside diameter hose, and swivels 360 degrees so you can go free-ranging. A snug-fitting cap is included, for your disconnected cutting enjoyment.

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The control switch on the Milwaukee M12 Cut Off Tool has three positions: Forward, reverse, and lock. Bidirectional blade capability is an excellent feature. It lets you direct sparks and other flying crap in the opposite direction of your face, as well as giving you better control by letting you either push or pull the blade through your material.

Milwaukee M12 Cut Off Tool

An easy-to-read white bar indicates which position the switch is in. Excessive foul language and bandage usage can be prevented by setting the switch to the LOCK position when you’re finished.

The Milwaukee M12 Cut Off Tool – Bad To The Bone

The versatile Milwaukee M12 cutoff tool can cut a wide variety of materials, including Hardee plank siding, tile backer board, threaded rod, rebar, sheet metal, PVC pipe, galvanized pipe, and tile. For its initial spin-up, the tool got a taste of something that’s not on the menu of recommended materials: Meat. Leg of lamb, to be precise.

Milwaukee M12 Cut Off Tool

We were staying with one of our daughters over the holidays, and she had bought a gigantic leg of lamb. So gigantic, it wouldn’t fit into the crockpot. She asked me to right-size it, and since the tool happened to be in my truck, I grabbed it and got ready to do some surgery.

Milwaukee M12 Cut Off Tool

Since the bone was about an inch in diameter, I couldn’t get all the way through it from one side. I used one hand to rotate the meat, while the other hand held the Milwaukee M12 Cut Off Tool, and started slicing. It dug right in and made a nice clean cut, and about 15 seconds later we were ready to get cookin’!

Milwaukee M12 Cut Off Tool

A couple of observations, if you’re inclined to use the Milwaukee M12 Cut Off Tool as a kitchen appliance: Cutting through bone doesn’t produce an appetizing smell. It’s sort of like getting drilled at the dentist. Also, unless you like a stripe of bone marrow and chips on your shirt, make sure the blade is rotating away from you, with the guard in position to catch the debris. And be prepared to do some cleanup; if you leave raw meat in the guard, it’ll be pretty fragrant after a few days. It should also be noted that neither The Home Depot nor Milwaukee Tool likely endorse the use of this power tool in the kitchen.

The Milwaukee M12 Cut Off Tool Makes The Cuts

Once the Milwaukee M12 Cut Off Tool had tasted meat, it was time to introduce it to some less-tasty materials. Using the metal-cutting blade, I made cuts in several materials. The blade had no trouble slicing through perforated hanging straps, steel drywall corner bead, threaded rod, and ½” type L copper pipe. To give it something a bit more challenging, I cut a piece of 1-1/2” galvanized pipe. Rotating the pipe at a moderate speed, the tool had no trouble making the cut.

Milwaukee M12 Cut Off Tool
Milwaukee M12 Cut Off Tool

Switching to the diamond tile blade, I made several cuts through 8” x ¼” ceramic tile. As long as I took my time and didn’t force it, the Milwaukee M12 Cut Off Tool had no trouble making the cuts. I used the dust port to connect it to my Milwaukee Backpack Vac, and the hose fit perfectly. It did a pretty good job sucking up the debris, although it still kicked up a bit of a dust cloud underneath.

Milwaukee M12 cut off tool

Next up was the very handy abrasive blade. It easily cut through drywall, Schedule 40 PVC pipe, and plexiglass. By far my favorite use for it, though, was cutting cement tile backer board. That stuff is a real PITA to cut, and the Milwaukee M12 Cut Off Tool made it so much easier, both for straight cuts and cutouts.

Milwaukee M12 cut off tool
milwaukee m12 cut off tool

The key to using the Milwaukee M12 Cut Off Tool is Slow and steady. It seems to be able to cut through whatever comes its way, as long as you take your time and don’t force the blade. The other thing to be mindful of is rotation direction. I found it usually worked better with the blade in the reverse direction; when in Forward, it would frequently try to climb over the material. Start out easy, and it will be obvious pretty quickly which is the way to go.

One other thing to keep in mind, especially if you’re working around finish materials, is that the Milwaukee M12 Cut Off Tool has no blade guard. The blade stops almost immediately, but it may be hot, and could scratch delicate finishes.

Milwaukee M12 cut off tool

With the larger square-bottomed M12 batteries, the tool will stand on end, and be pretty stable. Otherwise, be careful how and where you set it down.

Milwaukee M12 cut off tool
Milwaukee M12 cut off tool

Final Observations Before We Cut This Off

We received the bare tool version of the Milwaukee M12 cut off tool to evaluate. If you already have an M12 battery and charger, this is a great way to add a sweet tool to your collection at a reasonable price. The kit version adds a 4.0 Ah battery, a charger and a contractor tool bag. I bought a bag for mine, to keep the blades, blade wrench, and extra adapter together.

Milwaukee M12 cut off tool

If you have realistic expectations, I think you’ll find the Milwaukee M12 Cut Off Tool to be a very handy tool to have around. Just come to terms with the fact that it’s designed for use as a cut-off tool. Period. It’s not a grinder, and it’s not intended to be used with a saw blade. This makes sense – I mean, come on – it’s a 1-1/2 pound 12V tool! Additionally, there’s no retracting blade guard, a required feature for bladed tools.

The Milwaukee M12 Cut Off Tool is likely to appeal to pros and DIYers alike. It’s very well made, easy to control with one hand, and it can make fast, smooth cuts in a wide variety of materials. HVAC techs will probably love it for doing ductwork cutouts, and it will likely be a tool most renovators will be happy to have. Is it going to replace your angle grinder for cutting rebar, or your tile saw for cutting tile? Nope, but it’s capable of doing those tasks, plus a lot more.

Milwaukee M12 cut off tool

There are two small improvements I’d like to see. The first is onboard storage for the blade changing wrench. It’s small, and small things tend to get lost. At least my small things do. The second would be a slightly larger blade; the Milwaukee M12 Cut Off Tool has a cutting depth of about 5/8” with a fresh blade. As the blades wear, especially the abrasive blades, some depth is lost. More power would be nice, but I think it’s as powerful as it can be without increasing the size of the tool, which defeats the whole purpose of a compact tool.

The Milwaukee M12 cut off tool is backed by a solid five-year warranty. To give you a risk-free opportunity to slice and dice your cement backer board, duct work, or holiday roast, the tool is returnable for 90 days.

Milwaukee M12 cut off tool

Milwaukee M12 cut off tool bare tool from the Home Depot for around $129:

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Buy the Milwaukee M12 cut off tool kit from the Home Depot for around $199:

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Carbide abrasive blade:

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Diamond Tile Blade:

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Milwaukee Cut Off Tool

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Okay, this is a cool one. The Milwaukee M12 Fuel Brushless Cordless Cut Off Tool. One tool that has so many uses. You can use this to cut metal, as in stainless steel, steel, and non-ferrous materials. That's just on one blade. This comes with 3 different blades, so one for the metals, one for drywall, fiber cement and plastic, and the last one for tile that can either be wet or dry.

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This tool is part of Milwaukee's M12 line with over 80+ tools! This one is a good one to add to the collection.

When we first got this tool in, I realized that this doesn't come with a wood blade. As woodworking is our main focus, it would be awesome to see that it would already come with one. BUT, I did some research and turns out you can add on any Dremel Saw Max 3" blade! An extra flange adapter is included in the Cut Off Tool kit, so we are all good now.

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Honestly, having this size of a saw, and doing 20,000 rpms, is perfect for little cuts and not having to drag out a big circ saw. Speaking of big circ saws, this cut off tool comes with a dust collection "boot". This boot just slips over the blade guard and snaps into place. It's got the dust collection port and also depth gauge. To take it off, raise the depth gauge all the way up and press the release button, and it just slides right out. 

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This is one of those tools that you wish you had when you're in the middle of a job. So you can click here to check this out online!

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Milwaukee M12 Fuel Cut-Off Tool

Milwaukee M12 Fuel Cut-Off Tool at NPS18

Milwaukee has added a new M12 Fuel 3″ compact cut-off tool (2522) to their ever-expanding lineup of M12 compact cordless power tools.

Milwaukee M12 Fuel Cut-Off Tool What Can it Cut

It’s said to be ideal for cutting:

  • Light to medium gauge metals
  • Metal conduit
  • Copper
  • Threaded rod
  • Tile (ceramic and porcelain)
  • Drywall
  • Fiber cement
  • PVC and other plastics
  • Other non-metallic building materials

Milwaukee M12 Fuel Cut-Off Tool One-Handed Grip

Milwaukee also says that it’s optimized for one-handed use.

It’s also the only cordless cut-off tool with reversible blade rotation.

Milwaukee M12 Fuel Cut-Off Tool with Dust Shroud

The new Milwaukee M12 Fuel brushless cut-off tool features a 20,000 RPM motor, 3″ blade size, 0.64″ cutting depth, and it comes with a dust accessory shoe, for cleaner work.

First-Look Video

Sorry for my amateurish camera work – I’ll practice! The video answers some questions you might have about the new cut-off tool. For example, why a reversible blade? So that you can push or pull the saw, depending on how you want to control the cut.

Price: $129 for the bare tool (2522-20), $199 for the kit (2522-21XC)

The kit comes with a 4.0Ah battery pack, charger, and contractor bag.

Notable Features and Specs

  • Compatible with 3″ wheels with 3/8″ arbor
  • Adapter included for use with Dremel Saw-Max accessories
  • Tool-free guard adjustment
  • 20,000 RPM
  • 0.64″ cutting depth
  • 8.9″ long x 4.7″ wide x 3.5″ height
  • Weighs 2.4 lbs with 4.0Ah XC battery

Included Blades

Milwaukee M12 Fuel Cut-Off Tool Blade Options

  • Metal cut-off wheel (49-94-3000)
  • Carbide abrasive cutting wheel (49-94-3005)
  • Diamond tile cutting wheel (49-94-3010)

Replacement blades are $10.50 – $10.99 for the abrasive or diamond cutting wheels, 3 for $15 for metal cut-off wheels..

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ETA: September 2018

First Thoughts

We’ll have some more coverage up soon, but from what I saw at NPS18, it’s safe to say that this looked to be a very capable and versatile tool.

No, it doesn’t cut wood, but it looks to be able to cut nearly everything else.

Milwaukee M12 Fuel Cut-Off Tool

The new cut-off tool is fairly compact, and it’s hard to imagine what Milwaukee could have done to make it better.

Interestingly, when used to cut tile, it can be used wet or dry.

At Milwaukee’s new tool media event, the cut-off tool was shown off being used to cut larger pipe, with the pipe rotated against the blade.

Promo Video:

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