Not sure what the 950 is, but my 1/2" 18V Dewalt hammer drill works.....hard on batteries, but it works.
BS, no you havent, youre just saying that. You cant kill a DeWalt battery operated drill.Ive burned up motors and clutches using them to mix thin-set, grout, levelor, etc.
I've burned up Dewalt cordless batteries trying to mix thinset or with a holesaw bigger than 3".I've burned up 2 dewalt batteries, and completely fried the motor in an 18v dewalt drill, think it was a DC988 or something, it was a hammerdrill model i know that
M14, thats a big output shaft I bet the mixer bits would cost as much as the drill.
It's actually their small router with gear reduction.M14, thats a big output shaft I bet the mixer bits would cost as much as the drill.
Kill it? I don't know. But I've burned it up into oblivion. Okay not oblivion, just the jobsite trashcan.BS, no you havent, youre just saying that. You cant kill a DeWalt battery operated drill.
That is one nice mixer. Hammer drills are good for one thing...concrete, I think they are a little too fast/low torque for mixing or heavy wood drilling.It's actually their small router with gear reduction.