This means pretty much continuous duty (the tool is made with intermittent ...
Marcia F. Sherman, Amazon
26 February 2015
Summary: My wife gave me this tool (my request!) to support my hobby...making wooden bowls on a lathe. This is a brutal application for an angled drill because it's being used to hold rotary sanding disks and sand the inside and outside of the bowls as part of the finishing process.
Summary: I've been using only Milwaukee products for over 20 years, drills, cut off saws etc...fortunately I've only had one injury so far that took about a year to heal- and it was with this drill. Technically the drill works great, but the trigger mechanism is dangerous. A word of advice..
Summary: I had a similar 0375-1 611B for 7 years. I did not use it a lot, but it was great for the tight spaces, and had plenty of torque. Recently the pinion gear stripped due to a poorly manufactured housing which allowed the motor to move excessively (according to a Milwaukee bulletin issued in 2003!).