DeWalt now at Primus - Primus Electronics Corporation

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DeWalt now at Primus - Primus Electronics Corporation

4180 E Sand Ridge Rd. | Morris, IL 60450800.435.1636 tel | 800.767.7605 faxsales@primuselectronics.comwww.primuselectronics.comDeWalt now at Primus Primus Teams with DeWalt Primus Primus is excited to announce its partnership with the DeWalt Company and now carries a full inventory of their quality manufacturing tools fit for every customer’s needs. From impact drivers and wrenches to reciprocating saws and radios, Primus has DeWalt’s entire line of popular tools in 18V and 20V options, as well as in Lithium-­‐ion and NiCad power preferences. “For more than 30 years, Primus has continuously evolved to fill our customers’ needs and this addition will help do just that,” comments Michael Johnson, President of Primus. “Now power tools may be included in you specifically designed kits to continue to make Primus your one-­‐stop shop.” DeWalt is known as a giant in the power tool and woodworking communities today, but DeWalt began from simple roots. A young craftsman by the name of Raymond E. DeWalt had an idea and a gift of innovation. DeWalt followed in his father’s footsteps by holding construction and mill jobs following high school. To help cut high labor costs, DeWalt would occasionally rig machines to meet the special needs of certain jobs. Mr. DeWalt was eventually offered the role as head of a woodworking mill that manufactured everything from boxes to houses. More work was expected from the mill than could be afforded, so DeWalt designed a yoke and attached it to a motor and saw, then mounted it on a standard arm. The saw could be raised, lowered, slid back and forth, moved to any angle, or tilted to any bevel. This invention did the work of four men and greatly cut DeWalt’s labor costs and became the first radial arm machine. The DeWalt Products Company was formed in 1924 with a plant and offices located in Leola, Pennsylvania. The electric woodworking machine known as the DeWalt “WonderWorker” was the first product to be offered for sale. After years of great expansion, DeWalt introduced metal cutting machines that had the ability to cut through both ferrous (contains iron) and non-­‐ferrous metals. In 1992, DeWalt introduced its first product line designed specifically for residential contractors, remodelers and professional woodworkers consisting of portable electric power tools and accessories. By the mid 90s, DeWalt released an exciting system of over 30 new cordless tools, including the most Superior Service | Quality Products | Reliability | Operational Excellence | Value-Added Expertise | Customization | Experience


4180 E Sand Ridge Rd. | Morris, IL 60450800.435.1636 tel | 800.767.7605 faxsales@primuselectronics.comwww.primuselectronics.compowerful cordless tool of its time. By the early 2000s, DeWalt’s portfolio included over 200 quality electric power tools and 800 accessories including: drills and hammer drills; screwdrivers; circular, chop, miter, table, reciprocating, and jig saws; planers; impact wrenches; die, angle, and bench grinders; shears; nibblers; sanders; laminate trimmers; routers, and plate joiners. For nearly 100 years, DeWalt has shaped and innovated the tool industry and those who work within it, all while remaining one of the most trusted brands in the industry. Primus carries a full inventory of DeWalt products and is ready to answer any questions you may have regarding this new and exciting addition. To order your new DeWalt products, or to request a DeWalt product catalog, call Primus today at (800) 435-­‐1636. Superior Service | Quality Products | Reliability | Operational Excellence | Value-Added Expertise | Customization | Experience

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