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Milwaukee M18 FUEL Riveting Tool with One-Key (2660-20)

The cordless Milwaukee blind rivet tool gives more reasons to forego hand tools

The Milwaukee M18 Fuel blind rivet tool with one-key technology enables fast cordless riveting. Compared to hand tools, the new Milwaukee 2660-20 M18 FUEL Blind Rivet Tool looks extremely versatile and dramatically speeds up riveting.


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  • Model: Milwaukee 2660-22CT (kit)
  • Eliminates compressors and hoses
  • The brushless motor delivers 4,500 lbs of pulling power
  • Premium alloy steel 3-jaw design
  • Lower running costs and less hassle than pneumatic riveting machines
  • Installs 3/16″, 7/32″, 1/4″ and 9/32″ aluminum, steel and stainless steel rivets
  • Installs up to 500 1/4″ aluminum pop rivets per charge of CP2.0 battery
  • 12.5″ long including mandrel collector
  • Available March 2021
  • Price: $999 (kit)

Milwaukee on the M18 fuel blind rivet tool

We remember the introduction of the Milwaukee M12 riveting tool in 2018. That wasn’t the First cordless riveting tool, but it may have been the first designed specifically for professional tradespeople. The tool provided a viable (and much faster) alternative to hand riveting.

By overhauling the tool and upgrading the powerplant to the M18 Fuel platform, Milwaukee can now deliver an even faster cordless riveting solution. In fact, this tool replaces not only manual blind riveting tools, but also pneumatic riveting tools.

Cordless innovation in the riveting world

The Milwaukee M18 Fuel Blind Rivet Tool features a brushless motor that delivers up to 4,500 lbs. the pulling force. That should be enough to produce high-strength blind rivets in almost any material. Milwaukee follows suit, claiming that the M18 FUEL brushless motor works 50% faster than other cordless tools on the market.

Milwaukee blind rivet tool

The Milwaukee 2660-20 also features a 3-jaw alloy steel design that provides longer jaw life. Milwaukee built the M18 Fuel riveting tool with an all-metal gear housing and plastics that withstand impact. They also use a rubber sheath that protects the tool from corrosive materials while increasing overall comfort.

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