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Model#: MILN6880

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Milwaukee 6880 10 Gauge Nibbler

  • Milwaukee 6880 10 Gauge Nibbler
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A nibbler uses a punch and die to make the cut, this is perfect for tight radius cuts into steel. The cutter can be set in 8 positions to make cutting easier. A 1.65 in. starter hole is all that is needed to start or start from the edge of the material. A nibbler is also what you need if you are cutting corrugated metal. The 6880 is our heaviest nibbler with 10 gauge capacity in steel and 12 gauge into stainless. When perfect cuts are what you need, look to the Milwaukee line of nibblers.
  • Powerful 4.0 Amp Milwaukee motor for optimal performance
  • 10 gauge capacity, cuts up to 8-3/4 ft. per minute
  • Cutting guide on front for pattern work
  • AC/DC toggle switch for two-handed operation
  • 10 Gauge Nibbler - 6880
  • Allen Wrench
  • Side Handle


Length: 12.25 in.
Width: 3.75 in.
Weight: 9.33 lbs.
Amperage: 4
Bluetooth Compatibility: No
CSA Safety: Yes
Case Included: No
Cutting Capacity (Stainless Steel): 12 Gauge
ETL Safety: No
Inner Cutting Radius (Min.): 2-1/2 in
Motor Type: Brushed
Operating Speed (SPM): 1000
Power Source: Corded
UL Safety: Yes
Voltage: 120V
Wifi compatibility: No



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Good purchase
I needed a good tool for cutting stainless. Plasma is too messy in my opinion; unless you’ve mastered that. I just cut out 8 triangles of stainless that MY gage is reading 1/8” (see picture Cut like butter. I’m hoping that eventually I will ONLY need to replace the punch, and not the die with the punch. The punch is around $150; the die is about $325. Would love to hear a response on this from a Milwaukee Rep.
February 9, 2019
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Best to cut coils from a press
We cut strip under 3.25 mm works well, no problems easy, keep knife spares
July 5, 2013
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Can you send us to a website where we can see this tool working? The directions are a bit skimpy.
Hubert on May 19, 2015
BEST ANSWER: The only one we could find is youtube