Friday, September 11, 2015

#FLASHBACKFRIDAY: MAKITA CREATES BRUSHLESS TOOLS IN 2004

Today, Makita offers over 20 brushless tools -- and more are on the way

In 2004, Makita’s Assembly Division created brushless tools for use in the defense and aerospace industries. The Makita brushless motor was engineered for extended run time, increased power and speed, and longer tool life -- ideal for use in precision assembly applications.

In 2009, Makita released the first 18V brushless impact driver for contractors. Equipped with three speed settings, the 18V LXT Brushless Impact Driver (BTD144) gave contractors unmatched precision, power and control for a full range of fastening applications. 

Today, Makita has over 20 brushless tools, from drills and impacts to saws, rotary hammers, and string trimmers just to name a few – and more are on the way!  Recent additions include: 

For more on Makita's expanding 18V line-up, including the range of efficient brushless motor solutions, go here. 

Makita first created brushless fastening tools for use in the defense and aerospace industries.

Makita brushless motor technology gives contractors an expanding range of cordless solutions with extended run time, increased power and speed, and longer tool life.

The XDT09M has an efficient brushless motor, and is a full 3/8" more compact than the previous model. Users benefit from the superior ergonomics, balance, and class-leading power-to-weight ratio.

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