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January 8, 2014

Milwaukee Tool Corp. expanded its hand tool offering with Inkzall Jobsite Markers, a new line of writing tools designed and optimized for jobsite use. Featuring clog-resistant tips and aptly named Inkzall for their ability to write through dusty, wet or oily surfaces, the new line will include fine and medium point permanent markers, as well as a stylus/marker combination tool that was designed for use with gloves on touch devices, such as iPads and iPhones.

The new Inkzall products will launch in February 2014.

December 27, 2013

Milwaukee Tool Corp. introduced the Diamond Plus Hole Saws that are engineered to stand up to the hardest, most abrasive materials on the jobsite. 

The Milwaukee, Wis.-based company said the new diamond grit hole saw range utilizes a higher grade of diamonds and heat-resistant braze to deliver up to 10 times longer life than other products.

September 26, 2013

Milwaukee Tool Corp. introduced the new M18 Cordless Multi-Tool. Designed to increase productivity and ease of use for professional users, the new tool advertises up to faster cutting and longer run time than competitive products.

June 11, 2013

Milwaukee Tool Corporation expanded its hand tool offering with the new Fastback II Utility Knife.

The company says the design was influenced by jobsite research and requests to include blade storage for added convenience. The Fastback II has features of the Original Fastback Utility Knife, with the addition of magnetic blade storage that folds into the handle for accessibility.

September 8, 2011

Milwaukee Tool continues to expand its hand tool offering with the introduction of six new snips that are made with corrosion resistant metal to protect the tools from rust and deliver durability.

“Not only do the new snips provide best-in-class durability, they are also designed to uphold the highest level of ease of use and safety,” said Tim Albrecht, director of product marketing - hand tools for Milwaukee Tool Corp.