Hey everyone! You may have seen our "viral" video where we cut a car in HALF with a Milwaukee 18V Reciprocating Saw, well here's some photos and a recap of the event! If you haven't seen the video yet, check it out below. Edmonton Fasteners held an event in partnership with Milwaukee Tools to promote and demonstrate their latest M18 power tools. There were other vendors of course, Walter Surface Technologies, FastenMaster, and Watson Gloves.
Let's start with Milwaukee Tools. Milwaukee had their latest M18 Fuel 16" Chainsaw (from the 2727-21HD kit) for guests to use on a large log. We even do a chainsaw race between the Milwaukee 18V 12.0 Amp battery and the Milwaukee 18V 9.0 Amp batteries and find out which one wins in the video below.
Using The New Milwaukee M18 Fuel 16" Chainsaw | Edmonton Fasteners:
The turnout was big and we had a REALLY good lunch: double-fried fries, mac & cheese, & huge slabs of brisket for everyone. The event ran from 11 am to 2 pm. There were demos to enjoy, amazing event-only deals to take advantage of, and people to network and socialize with in the beautiful July sunshine.
THE CAR CUT
On to the best part...the car cutting! Chris P., one of our valued Edmonton Fasteners salesmen, did the honors of cutting a car with the new Milwaukee M18 Fuel Super Sawzall! The blade used was the Milwaukee 9" 7 TPI Torch Sawzall Reciprocating Saw Blade (on sale now) with carbide teeth and made for cutting metal.
BEFORE THE CHAOS:
NOW FOR THE ROOF: