Es geht auch ohne Staub! 3 verschiedene Systeme von Milwaukee im Überblick! Mit Dust-Lok Neuheit

Hello tool fans, welcome to my name is Sebastian and these are the new suction drills from Milwaukee. And really good because they are modular. We'll take a look at how well they work , because today we want to test how to drill dust-free and we also have this system here and this system too. I would try all 3. Above all, look at this, because it saves time, money and nerves. Let's take a look at today, what can clean ones actually do? Or how do we manage to drill without dust with such a hammer drill? There are lots of options and I'm very curious to see which options you find the best.

Write that in the comments below. I would be really interested, because that's what I want. Three different systems, one here directly on the machine, one directly at the hole and one more or less in the hole. It's really interesting how many different variations there are. I also want to show that all three variations exist, but most of all I want to show you exactly this system here. Because I find that really innovative, because you can do it here in a clean way. I'll explain it again in a moment, but you can simply separate this moment. And ergo you have this piece of land here and you can always put other sizes in here. Really innovative Today we have the new M18FHX rotary hammer from Milwaukee and we have to do all the tests right away if he's interested in more.

In a few days there will also be a detailed Video 2.5 tool, a solid, beautiful device with anti-vibration, as you can see above, and that properly. But we'll do that now. Let's first look at the following and we're really going to start with this set right here, because when you drill a hole you usually have one main problem and you have that with all systems or with all systems. Nevertheless, if you suck off the wall with this one, for example, then you have the following problem Here, of course, the suction is wonderful, which means that what comes out of the hole is not an issue at all.

But in the hole, there is of course still dust, dirt, as the saying goes, or small crumbs. And so on. And if you want to glue an anchor there, for example, then you still have to get it clean somehow, blow it out, suck it out, blow it out, do something and do something to get it clean somehow. You don't have that with this system here. And by the way, it's exactly the same here. Again, you only suck out what comes out, but not what's in the hole. And now let's try the following I'll do in detail to show that the locked set comes in exactly this configuration. You have a five, six, eight and twelve with you. Especially in these sizes you never get clean ones.

And I think it's great that the small sizes are also included, here the set and there is the main adapter with here and here it's like that we can use the different drills there and you can see the following Here we have the opportunity to connect the vacuum cleaner and then run channels through here and I think you might see it here with the camera.

There is a hole in the middle and suction is carried out over it. Now let's take it, if I want the biggest thing we can find, here's another hole for her. And through that hole, through that little, tiny hole, what's really sucking off is that we're going to take this thing, take the drill, put it in, and then twist it. It's not easy to turn anymore.

Look, here, here are such a notch in it. And through these notches, see here has also been used before. The whole thing is driven by these notches, i.e. fixed and driven. And in here, turn slightly. So, and then it's fixed. And now you can see here at the front that there are holes in there again, here and on the other side there too. And above that, the suction happens. Here you have nothing at all, there is nothing there and there should be drilled and then the whole thing turns and here the dirt is sucked out.

And now you have the whole thing configured for you and you say, well, I want something else, just take it, put it in, next yes and so and fixed or out again, next and fixed. I think that's really great. The big advantage of this system is that if one of these is worn out, because it can of course happen that the tip is worn out at some point, then you can buy exactly this part here. Don't have to buy the whole thing. And if you imagine it like this, you can research what usually costs drills. That costs a lot of money, because you have this part, it goes through here, you have the adapter here, where the suction cup is on the back.

You always pay for all of this in full just because you want a different size. In addition, it's so Try to find something on the market that also drills. That's almost impossible. So, and now it's like that, each of you knows that. You drill a hole in the wall. And what happens then? You take the drill back and forth a bit, back and forth, so that you can get the drill out a bit more so that it falls out or is sucked off somewhere up front, for example with something like that. But then you take a normal dowel, for example, and put it in the hole. What happens in the hammer drill? What happens forward? More drilling comes out again. Always. And although you sucked off so beautifully, everything was done and great. And then she comes anyway. That's annoying. Of course, these are intended for that, especially for anchors that you. With two-component adhesive or or or. Various options, yes, but in a borehole and they really have to be dust-free, if you want to drill more, you basically have to get out and the whole system doesn't hold up.

And that's what they're designed for. But from my point of view you can of course also drill normal holes and that really makes sense and is really fun. But what you have to think about with the system is that in the first two or three turns the dips in before this suction hole. I'll show you that again up front right here.

Of course, before this is covered, she'll fall down the first bit of drilling. All sucked off once that's in, which on a device like this is probably a second or two if I want to see it too . And if you go in and out once or twice when you're done, it's wonderfully sucked off and you can then start working with your anchor straight away. It's really fun, so let's try it out and see how well it works, right? And I've got the comments again, how that feels. The first thing I always do is this compared to all three systems. I'll just take this drill now and where quite conventional. A hole that always shows how much dust is actually accumulating there? And then we compare that to the cleaner. Look how well that worked. It's really easy as pie to add or subtract from this one too. No problem with the adapter from Milwaukee. However, the adapters from other manufacturers also fit on it, for example Bosch.


And I definitely know. I'll have to test it on others. Definitely Metabo. I don't know about Makita either, but it should work the same way. In this respect, this system could also be used in your other devices. And again that you see. Even after use, you can simply pull it off and put it back in, but once you've used it, it doesn't fall out either. Yes, that's a wonderful solution. But what we have just seen is that at the first moment when it breaks loose, a little dust gets on it.

It's minimal what's on there and everything else is sucked off. If we look at the hole now, it really is like that, there is nothing in it anymore. That's really well resolved. If you think about what usually really comes out a drill more there. All of that is completely wiped out. Incidentally , these vacuum cleaners are also available in other sizes, of course much larger, much more powerful and everything is sucked off accordingly. Now let's do the next test, we'll take our suction hood and do another test and just suck and see how diverse it is underneath. And I don't really think so. We drilled it here with 32 millimeters, here with the hood. And what we see is this. Have a look here. We see that in here. All the dust has been caught. Get in this hole here. And then it's sucked out here. Because here, in this area, here, here, a negative pressure is created that simply sucks everything that is here underneath. And look, here. Over here. There is always very good suction here.

Also on the spot. But there's nothing down here because what we're looking at is from a different well. Nothing fell down here. That's awesome. And look how big the hole is in this hole. Nothing. Now we want to see how the whole thing can be done with the active suction. And that's just once through here and then just plug it in down here and together and off you go. Okay, okay, that's nonsense, that's nonsense, because yes, D fits through, but then I would also need an active extraction system that is so long and it's not that long here.

It's just as long as it's here now and it doesn't go any further. And again for you. We have the following here, namely an active suction system. You plug that into your device and we have contacts here. Here below you can see this. Contacts. This is how you connect the device. And that's what drives a very small vacuum cleaner. And we can take it out here now. We've already drilled a hole or two and I'll hurry up. Look here. In there it ends up with me. Here is also a filter with all the trimmings. Put that in again. Incidentally, here at the front we also have an opportunity to tap on fulfilled ones.

And I also heard earlier that if I have an active extraction system and just put it in here at the front, the whole thing then kicks in. And then you can set the length here. We'll take our drill again and I'll show you how it works. And you've already seen here that it works well. Then the drill, but Bollinger purely here. Whereby then always the other the other system. And we can do the following, push this up here, remove it and take something smaller here for the big drill. And now firmly again. So now just put our drill in and let's get started. You can also do the following for me You can still set how far the whole thing should retract.

That means you often work with such devices here over a pole that you look out of here and then determine how far I can penetrate the wall, how far will it still be? I can do that here with the slider. So I can say I don't want to go deeper than this, then I'll make a hole at this depth or I'll make it there, for example, then I'll make a hole at this depth. I actually think it's a nice system. Setting this up is pretty easy. Of course, I can also set the length of the drill here, for example or or or. For example, if I had a drill that was only this long , I can show you, we'll just try it out differently. Let's take it now, let's take the short one and you can see it here.

That we have to do it differently. A little, a little too short for that. Then you can just adjust it like that and then it fits. Okay, but now back to the bigger picture. But what we're already seeing is that it's easy to come off as being a little short. Actually here at this point I would have it maybe a centimeter too short, but from my point of view that is not a real problem, because you will see that there is no longer a big word out there. But we just try it. You have seen. Here, too, the whole thing worked wonderfully. Take it all with you. One thing is important When you step out of the hole, you have to do it carefully. Don't just pull Zack out like that. Then it could be that something else falls out, because it only sucks up what is directly on the wall. So carefully a bit back and forth that what is still in the hole wants is then taken out and then sucked off accordingly.

It was the same for all systems. That has nothing to do with me either. That's always a small problem. The advantage of this system is that it fits perfectly with this system. This system fits perfectly on the Case X, for example, or on the One X. I find it very interesting. I've used them from other manufacturers too. By the way, Sandra really likes it. But what you also said, and what I just said, is that more drilling dust can follow. You don't have that here. That's right there. But what does it all cost? And of course that's like the usual discussion What do the systems cost here? Here it is the case that you can use the suction hood for everything here with the universal suction. Are you at the price of something like 50 €? And if I am now interested in this topic and video description, you will, as always, find a price comparison and the whole thing is linked here with the system.

And I have to say, I think that's a really good price. Is it like this? We have a price of €100 for the drills here, which means that for €100 you get the suction drill and 1,2,3,4,5 drills as well. And I think that's a really fair deal, if you think about what it normally costs, or of course you use the system here, the extraction with the small vacuum cleaner on here, which really extracts something, actively extracts it here at the point where you don't need another device , because with the other system here you always need another suction cup or a suction cup almost the same as with this one you have to think about it.

On the other hand, this is universal, of course it fits on any of my devices and costs 50 € and accordingly the cleaner ones here. I think the system here is really good, that you can easily change and exchange everything and don't always have to throw everything away. Because I really think it's a bit of a shame, especially in times like today, when the clean space at the top is used up, which is normal, because some consumables mean that you have to throw everything away. Here you can change it. I find it super super good. Write in the comments how you find it. But you should never forget that the price is around 240 €. Also linked below. Great device 2.5 joules and I have to say, it's quite powerful.

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we will test it again against the others, so we should have to test it. I did that too and in the comments say that's for today. I've seen that there are different ways to siphon off a Warhammer and it works too. It's really fun, so no more excuses for you not to do it. So grab your tools and see you next time..

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