|Shipping Weight:||3.85 lbs.|
|MILN2460-20||Milwaukee M12 12V Cordless Lithium-Ion Rotary Tool (Bare Tool)||
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Q:I bought my rotary tool about 4months ago I can't seem to find the 1/8 collet piece, its says compatible with most rotary 1/8 collets,I have yet to find one that fits,I ordered one from ur tech guys and same as first it broke on the second use,where can I order the Milwaukee rotary 1/8 collet piece
Q:Do you have the 1/8" collets available for the Milwaukee 2460-20? I haven't been able to find them on your site or any other. I love this tool and the M12 collection, but can't use this without the collet that fell apart after heavy use.
A:I am using Stihl grinder bits on the chainsaws and Dremel bits for other applications
Q:I need to purchase at least 2 1/8 collets for the M12 12V Cordless Lithium-Ion Rotary Tool. I love the tool and cant find them. Do you have them. I purchased many m12 tools from you.
A:CPO does not retail the collet by itself at this time
Q:Are there other collets available for the Milwaukee 2460-20?
A:The rotary tool only has the 1/8" collet.
Q:Does this come with a hard or soft shell case?
A:It does not include a case.
A:A soft carrying case is included with this tool.
Q:Does this product come with a case of any kind to hold the tool?
A:Yes, the rotary tool includes a carrying case.
A:Yes, it does appear that the Milwaukee 12V Cordless M12 Lithium-Ion Rotary Tool does come with a carrying case.
Q:Can it be used as screwdriver drill?
A:No, this can not be used as a drill or screw driver. It lacks the needed torque and you risk damaging the device.
A:No, the RPM's would be to fast for a screwdriver. MILN2401-22 is a suitable 12 volt screwdriver.
Q:can you use a flex shaft with this tool
A:No, this rotary tool is not designed to use a flex shaft.
A:No a flex shaft will not work with this tool.
A:Yes. I tried using the Dremel Flexible shaft, with the chuck that comes with the Flexible shaft, but you must secure the tool in a vise, or by some other means.