Milwaukee Electric Tool Corporation is an American company that develops, manufactures and markets power tools. Milwaukee tool is a brand and subsidiary of Techtronic Industries, along with AEG, Ryobi, Hoover, Dirt Devil, and Vax. It produces corded and cordless power tools, hand tools, pliers, hand saws, cutters, screwdrivers, trims, knives, and tool combo kits.

During the 1930s Milwaukee achieved an equipment specification rating from the federal government and began producing all of its tools to the U.S. Navy standard of equipment. They also developed their own sanders, polishers, electric hammers, and hand grinders. The next major innovation that Milwaukee Electric Tool Corporation brought to the table was a handheld 3/4 inch electric hammer drill with the ability to also act as a standard drill. Based on the market success of the new 3/4 inch hammer drill a shorter, lighter, and more manageable hammer drill was soon introduced.

The outbreak of World War II and the manufacturing boom that followed helped Milwaukee Electric Tool Corporation become a major supplier for the U.S. Navy in part due to the Hole-Shooter being already designed to the Navy standard. During this time Milwaukee Electric Tool Corporation also added a spring clutch to their sanders and grinders which dramatically reduced the recoil in the units and was subsequently added to their line of circular saws.

The next major advancement came with the introduction of the iconic Sawzall in 1951. The Sawzall was the first in the industry to introduce a reciprocating mechanism to a portable hacksaw. The Milwaukee Electric Tool Corporation also developed and manufactured a full line of blades for the new reciprocating saw to cut types of material including wood, soft metal, and hardened metal.

Milwaukee Electric Tool Corporation is an American company that develops, manufactures and markets power tools. Milwaukee tool is a brand and subsidiary of Techtronic Industries, along with AEG, Ryobi, Hoover, Dirt Devil, and Vax. It produces corded and cordless power tools, hand tools, pliers, hand saws, cutters, screwdrivers, trims, knives, and tool combo kits.

During the 1930s Milwaukee achieved an equipment specification rating from the federal government and began producing all of its tools to the U.S. Navy standard of equipment. They also developed their own sanders, polishers, electric hammers, and hand grinders. The next major innovation that Milwaukee Electric Tool Corporation brought to the table was a handheld 3/4 inch electric hammer drill with the ability to also act as a standard drill. Based on the market success of the new 3/4 inch hammer drill a shorter, lighter, and more manageable hammer drill was soon introduced.

The outbreak of World War II and the manufacturing boom that followed helped Milwaukee Electric Tool Corporation become a major supplier for the U.S. Navy in part due to the Hole-Shooter being already designed to the Navy standard. During this time Milwaukee Electric Tool Corporation also added a spring clutch to their sanders and grinders which dramatically reduced the recoil in the units and was subsequently added to their line of circular saws.

The next major advancement came with the introduction of the iconic Sawzall in 1951. The Sawzall was the first in the industry to introduce a reciprocating mechanism to a portable hacksaw. The Milwaukee Electric Tool Corporation also developed and manufactured a full line of blades for the new reciprocating saw to cut types of material including wood, soft metal, and hardened metal.

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