Idiots guide to Milwaukee.....

Niino

Member
NFFN Member
Can I change default torque power from default 702/1138/1627/1627 NM to like 130/400/700/1627 NM at ONE Key app for a new Milwaukee 3/4'' M18 ONEFHIWF34 ?
Someone sad that where is no settings in app to change power Nm for 3/4'', just for 1/2''
 

ACEngineering

Member
Location
Oxon
Can I change default torque power from default 702/1138/1627/1627 NM to like 130/400/700/1627 NM at ONE Key app for a new Milwaukee 3/4'' M18 ONEFHIWF34 ?
Someone sad that where is no settings in app to change power Nm for 3/4'', just for 1/2''

if its onekey tool then i see no reason why not as thats supposed to be one of there selling features.
 

sawdust

Member
Location
Argyll
Can I change default torque power from default 702/1138/1627/1627 NM to like 130/400/700/1627 NM at ONE Key app for a new Milwaukee 3/4'' M18 ONEFHIWF34 ?
Someone sad that where is no settings in app to change power Nm for 3/4'', just for 1/2''
I can change the torque settings on my 3/4 in the app!
 

ORRA LOON

Member
Location
Moray
Has anyone used a Milwaukee cordless mag drill? If so how did you get on with it?
Absolutely love it, such a handy piece of kit and has a few neat features like been able to move the handle from the left or right side if you need to get in close to a corner etc. Magnet is manual so it still works if the battery is flat. Has a light too which I thought was a gimmic but is useful.
 

B R C

Member
Arable Farmer
Depends which one but some are £40 to £60 new.

If it's a proper pack out case and not the cheap stackable ones the tools normally come with then advertise it on facebook market place some local builder type will buy them I'm sure.
Proper pack out cases are great, just arrived in Edinburgh for a job and so easy to take all tools out of van. We did get stopped by police for a random check and they went through everything on van and trailer…
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shumungus

Member
Livestock Farmer
Or maybe just doing what they've been told and paid to do...
Yes, van loads of them stopping work vans is a really good use of resources and helping to fight real crime. the one with the clipboard/tablet is probably finishing the method statement and risk assessment for gathering up all the cones again. What's going on under the bonnet that it takes 4 of them?
 

holwellcourtfarm

Member
NFFN Member
Proper pack out cases are great, just arrived in Edinburgh for a job and so easy to take all tools out of van. We did get stopped by police for a random check and they went through everything on van and trailer…
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The local EA flood risk team go in and out through Ford's Dagenham plant regularly to get to 3 critical EA flood control structures on the Thames bankside. Many years ago Ford's were having issues with tools being stolen from the line and started searching EVERY vehicle in and out as you went through the security gates.

The workshop lads arrived, we're handed a clipboard and told to list every tool on the van. The driver to the hair to the bank,opened both doors and said "do it yourself mate".

He was saved through :ROFLMAO:
 

B R C

Member
Arable Farmer
Yes, van loads of them stopping work vans is a really good use of resources and helping to fight real crime. the one with the clipboard/tablet is probably finishing the method statement and risk assessment for gathering up all the cones again. What's going on under the bonnet that it takes 4 of them?
God knows, they pointed out a small oil weep…They checked every single tyre, trailer brakes, handbrake lights etc good job I replaced the hitch damper last week…Must have been 10 of them plus the ones in the cars pulling us off the A1.
 

ACEngineering

Member
Location
Oxon
They must have issues with that 1’’ drive impact gun, not one to be found.

this one?? or the D handle type? D handle hasn't been launched in UK yet i dont think?? Edit, think it has just ran out of stock, can buy them in EU :rolleyes:



 
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Written by Michelle Martin from Agriland

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Five nature-recovery projects spanning nearly 100,000ha across the West Midlands, Cambridgeshire, the Peak District, Norfolk and Somerset have been announced by the government and Natural England today (Thursday, May 26).

This is the equivalent in size to all 219 current National Reserves.

The aim of the projects is to deliver nature recovery at a landscape scale, helping to tackle biodiversity loss, climate change and improve public health and well-being.

All five projects will make a significant contribution towards the national delivery of the international commitment to protect at least 30% of land and...
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