Milwaukee 2503-20 M12 FUEL Lithium-Ion 1/2 in. Cordless Drill Driver (Tool Only)Model: miln2503-20
Product Features & specs :
Milwaukee 2503-20 M12 FUEL Lithium-Ion 1/2 in. Cordless Drill Driver (Tool Only)
- Lightest Weight in its class for tool belt portability and less fatigue in the work day
- Most Capable 12V Drill with the power to perform a wide range of applications
- Most Compact in its class for the best access in tight spaces
- 1/2 in. All Metal chuck for maximum grip and bit retention
- E-Clutch for consistent repeatability in driving applications
- 1700 RPMs for faster drilling speeds
- 350 in-lbs of peak torque
- Part of the M12 System of over 90 tools
- M12 FUEL 1/2 in. Drill Driver - 2503-20
- Belt Clip
- Battery & Charger Sold Separately
Yet here is my suggestion. First, the E-Clutch slow start (when you press the trigger is only for starting screws so it doesn't walk on you, correct? Hence, there should be just a separate "slow start" button for a ONE-TIME slow drill start to start a screw when you press the trigger. After, the drill turns 1 or 2 rotations the slow start goes away and the chosen torque setting is electonically enabled. Thus, you still get a torque control after the screw is started and near the end of the driving of the screw.
This "slow start" button is a ONCE PER TRIGGER enablement. That means you have to again press the this "slow start" button for the next slow start before you hit the trigger.
If you don't hit this slow start button, the trigger will automatically always choose the chosen torque setting and the drill will NOT do a slow start just like the traditional cordless drills by Milwaukee.
Hope this makes sense as there is essentially no torque control with this E-clutch drill as it is designed right now.
1 year ago