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Milwaukee 48034410 - Juego de brocas (1/2")

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  • - 1/2 "cuadrado
  • - 1/4 "hex

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Identificador de producto del fabricante48034410
Peso del producto1,6 Kg
Dimensiones del producto7,3 x 4,7 x 2,2 cm
Número de modelo del producto48-03-4410
Número de productos1
Número de piezas1
Incluye bateríasNo
Necesita bateríasNo
Peso1.6 kilogramos
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Clasificación en los más vendidos de Amazon nº166.755 en Bricolaje y herramientas (Ver los 100 más vendidos)
Producto en desde1 de enero de 2013

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Milwaukee 48034410 - Juego de brocas (1/2")

- - 1/2 "cuadrado
- - 1/4 "hex

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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Buy this one for your DeWalt 1/2" impact driver. It's less than 2" long. 8 de junio de 2017
Por Rhonda - Publicado en
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Bought this for my DeWalt 18 volt battery powered 1/2" impact driver. I purchased the impact driver because I needed a tool that was multi-functional being 1/2" drive and 1/4" hex (with adapter). After reading the terrible reviews of the DeWalt brand adapter, I was dismayed. Luckily, someone recommended this Milwaukee Shockwave 1/2" adapter. The size of the DeWalt adapter was about 6" long, which to me, would make is very unsteady and awkward to use. This one is a mere 1 7/8" (less than 2" long). Yes, there is just a bit of wobble, but anytime you add something to a power tool to extend or adapt the tool, there's going to be a little bit of movement between to joints.
I like the way the hex head adapter locks into place just with a pull back motion. I also like that I can attach this adapter to my 1/2" driver either by lining up the friction ball with the hole in the adapter or lining up the friction ball with one of the detents instead. I'm 4'10" and I may be strong, but I have to use a punch to push in the friction ball to get the adapter off my DeWalt if I line up the hole and friction ball. This adapter is well made and I expect it to last me a lifetime. If I were using this daily or quite often in my job as a mechanic, I would have purchased an extra one just in case this one failed. It's possible, with heavy usage, that one of the retaining rings or internal workings could fail in a time of need.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Much better than the dewalt 1/2-Inch Square by 1/4-Inch Hex Adapter 8 de julio de 2013
Por Jeffrey Scott Anderson - Publicado en
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I like Dewalt tool i own most of the 18 volt line up. I also buy all dewalt bits and accessories. But there 1/2-Inch Square by 1/4-Inch Hex Adapter wasnt up to par so i bought Milwaukees 48-03-4410 Shockwave 1/2-Inch Square by 1/4-Inch Hex Adapter. I really like this one its a little shorter and much better built do yourself a favor if you need this adapter buy this one save yourself some money.
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3.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Only designed for detent pin anvils (hog ring requires some grinding) 6 de febrero de 2014
Por Marcus - Publicado en
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The Problem:
I recently purchased an impact wrench that has a hog ring anvil (instead of a detent pin anvil). I purchased this adapter to go along with it, but I was surprised to find that this adapter appears to only be designed to be used with detent pin anvils. Milwaukee machined divots into all four of the inner faces of the 1/2" square drive, in addition to the single hole through one face. This may be beneficial for detent pin anvils, but it makes it virtually unusable with hog ring anvils. As another reviewer noted, when you first insert the adapter, it seems really wobbly. However, I found that if you push it on further past the wobble point with enough force, then it gets seated snugly. The only problem is when you then try to remove the adapter, since the hog ring gets caught on the sharp front edge of the four divots, and I needed to use tools to pry the adapter off of my wrench's anvil.

The Fix:
In order to fix the adapter, I used a Dremel to grind the front and back edge of each of the four divots just to take the sharp edge off. That did the trick. Now the adapter snaps on and comes off with the appropriate amount of hand-force, and it is now usable for my hog ring anvil impact wrench.

I know there didn't seem to be many other options for this type and size of adapter when I searched, but folks with hog ring anvils may want to try to find another one that is made to be compatible with those type of anvils out of the box if you don't want to perform the grinding modification that I made.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Shortest adapter you can find 5 de junio de 2015
Por Rob - Publicado en
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This appears to be the shortest 1/2 square adapter you can get. A standard 1/4 inch hex shank bit you insert will sink deep inside the quick release locking collar such that you can see the bottom of the shank, just right behind the edge of the 1/2 inch end (there's a small hole you can see through the opening). This essentially means the bit's shank will only be few millimeters from the tip of the tool's 1/2 square drive. You can't get any shorter than that.

Even though it's made in China, the build quality looks solid as you will come to expect from Milwaukee. The 1/4 shank bits stay locked in place until you release it by pulling back on the spring release collar. It's a bit more expensive than similar brand adapters, but I think it's worth the extra.

I only have ball/pin detents on my 1/2 impact wrench anvils (Makita and Craftsman cordless impact wrenches) but I saw a review about someone having problems using this adapter on a 1/2 anvil with a hog ring, so I thought I should mention it here just in case.
2.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Design flaw on newer models 6 de enero de 2016
Por jtvt - Publicado en
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Used to be great. I've been through 3 of them working commercial construction because the mechanism begins to bind and becomes quite difficult to release after about a year of use. No real complaints on that though, and PB Blaster helps.

The first two were fine and had an integral piece of metal separating the drive bit from the 1/2" anvil. The last one I bought had a hole straight through the shank. When enough pressure is put on the driver bit it will push though the shank and pushes against end of the anvil. This takes all the downward force off the adapter itself and it easily vibrates right off, obviously this makes driving fasteners impossible. At this point it is a homeowner tool. I can only hope the folks at Milwaukee realize their screwup and go back to the previous design, in the meantime I'm going to give other brands a shot.