Milwaukee® Introduces 14” Abrasive Cut-Off Machine

MILWAUKEE, WI –Milwaukee Electric Tool Corporation continues to demonstrate a focused commitment on metal working with the launch of the new 14″ Abrasive Cut-Off Machine. With a powerful 15 Amp, 4.0 max horsepower motor, the 6177-20 delivers on the heritage of long-term durability and performance that has made Milwaukee the standard in industrial metalworking.

“With a 4.0 max horsepower and 3,900 RPMs, the new Milwaukee® Chop Saw will continue to be an industry standard for performance in this category,” says Andrew Plowman, Product Manager for Milwaukee Electric Tool Corporation. “The 6177-20 also delivers industry leading versatility with a 5” max cut capacity to handle materials such as bundled drywall track, angle iron, conduit, pipe, channels, tubing, and rebar.”

In addition, the durable light weight design gives the user portability without sacrificing durability, while an oversized wheel guard provides added debris reflection. For added convenience, a large spindle lock button provides quick and easy blade changes, and a 45 degree miter capacity to the left and right, with a quick adjustable fence, allows for accurate miter cuts without the need to flip heavy material.

The new 14″ Abrasive Cut-Off Machine delivers industry leading durability, power and ease of use as it joins a legendary line of MILWAUKEE® metalworking products. Milwaukee’s commitment to best-in-class durability is backed by the MILWAUKEE® Heavy-Duty 5-year warranty.

Specifications (6177-20)
15 Amp
4.0 HP
3,900 RPM (no load)
Cut Capacity for Round Stock: 5”
Cut Capacity for Rectangular Stock: 4-5/8” x 4-5/8”
Cut Capacity for Square Stock: 5” x 5”
Length: 16”
Weight: 40 lbs
Includes 6177-20 14” Abrasive Cut-Off Machine, Vice, 14” Abrasive Wheel, Hex Wrench

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