Cordless hand planers shave thin layers of material from the wood boards to level them to a uniform thickness, smooth off rough spots, profile edges, and cut slots. They perform smaller jobs and more detailed work than stationary planers. Multiple blades on their rotating cutting drum evenly trim off material as the planer is moved along the workpiece. Their adjustable control sets the cutting depth. One or more machined grooves in the front shoe of the planer create chamfers (angled profiles on workpiece edges). Handheld power planers are commonly used to shave the edges of doors that stick or won't close properly, pare down trim and floorboards to fit them into place, and level uneven spots on studs and joists. These cordless tools operate in areas without access to wired power, eliminate the tripping hazard of a cord, and run on brand-specific batteries.
Milwaukee Cordless Hand Planers
These cordless hand planers run on Milwaukee batteries of a compatible platform and matching voltage. The batteries can also power other Milwaukee tools.
Milwaukee Cordless Hand Planers M12, sorted by Blade Width, ascending
Milwaukee Cordless Hand Planers M18, sorted by Blade Width, ascending
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