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Milwaukee Model 1400 Heat Gun

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Product Description

From Wagner Spray Tech, this entry level gun provides the flexibility of two temperature settings: 750 degrees F and 1,000 degrees F. This is a general-purpose heat gun that can be used for hobbies and crafts, thawing frozen water pipes, loosening rusted nuts and bolts, molding and bending plastic, paint removal--the majority of heating applications. 1200-Watts/4100 BTUs. Two Year Ltd. Warranty. UL Listed. Made in China. Measures: 8.5-Inch x 6.5-Inch x 2.5-Inch.

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Technical Details

Part Number 30004
Item Weight 10.4 ounces
Product Dimensions 4.2 x 2.5 x 11.1 inches
Item model number 30004
Power Source ac/dc
Item Package Quantity 1
Batteries Included? No
Batteries Required? No
Warranty Description Comes with Manufacturer Warranty.

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ASIN B002T9226U
Customer Reviews
4.7 out of 5 stars 52 customer reviews

4.7 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #186,426 in Home Improvements (See top 100)
#116 in Industrial & Scientific > Industrial Power & Hand Tools > Welding & Soldering > Soldering & Brazing Equipment > Heat Guns
#429 in Home Improvement > Painting Supplies & Wall Treatments > Paint Sprayers
Shipping Weight 10.4 ounces
Domestic Shipping This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
International Shipping This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
Date First Available March 11, 2011

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Milwaukee Model 1400 Heat Gun: The Hero Arts Milwaukee Precision Heat Embossing Gun PW200 sells for $34 to $39.99 at my favorite on-line art supply stores and was always out of stock. I purchased this one for $28.96 with free delivery. It is the same heat embossing tool by the same manufacturer. Previous to this I had purchased 5 different heat tools over several years, including the Ranger Heat It. This one outperforms any I have tried. It heats faster, gets hotter and directs hot air precisely where it's aimed. It embosses quicker with little to no warping of the cardstock/paper/velum. My only regret is that I didn't order it sooner.
*The description is misleading. It has only one heat setting but that was all I needed.
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I've been buying this little heat gun at every company I've worked for the last 20 years. It's a nice solid workhorse. I've used the Weller 6966C 250W heat guns, but they are $100 more, 100F hotter and the plastic at the tip deforms and turns brittle and brown. This heatgun has been through the exact same paces as the Weller and has held up extremely well. To give you an idea of how I've used it; Heat Shrink tubing, speeding up adhesive or epoxy bonding, heating up labels to remove them and my favorite... Using this heatgun to remove or hot air reflow surface mount electronics to circuit boards. That last one includes a major number of micros and ICs, over 20 thousand! I had a rework job and the assemblers working for me reworked about 120 thousands units. All my Weller heatguns went bad before 20 thousand, so I ordered 5 of these heat guns and they not only finished the job, but continued to be used thereafter. The only complaint I have is that the accessory kit for the tip used to be apart of the product, now it's a separate purchase. However, even when you add in that cost, it's well worth it. I do have this at home too. That one I bought back in 1992!
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Note: I just review the product, not the stupid description by the seller. Please refer to the product picture for actual specification.

Great for heat shrink tubes and reheating high temperature hot glue.
Nozzle size is 1/2". So far working without any problem.
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Beware the description is incorrect!
The heat tool only has 1 heat setting.
Also my tool initially during the first use smelled and started smoking, kind of like when you blow out a large candle. I called Amazon and their wonderful customer service immediately sent me out a replacement. The replacement also started smoking on the first and second use. By the 3rd time I used it what ever was smelling and causing the heat tool to smoke had burned off and the heat tool works great! I have 3 other heat tools and this one I must say is the fastest at setting my embossing and is now my go to heat tool. I still like my Stampin UP heat tool as well for my mixed media projects it does have 2 heat settings. FYI
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This heat gun is reliable, heats up quickly & does a great job. Warning - the tip gets really hot so use with care. Great for setting embossing powder, drying elements for cards & mixed media pages. It's sturdy & has a nice heft to it. I love it when tools surpass your expectations!
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I accidentally bought this, but I tried it...loved it... and kept it! It's a good heat gun for computer screen repair.

True Story.
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This is an amazing heat gun. It is the Hero Arts version, even though it doesn't quite say that in the review. Jennifer MaGuire recommends this item, and when it was time for a replacement, this was my first choice. Heats fast and even, and works like a dream.
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The Milwaukee Model 1400 Heat Gun is a great tool. As far as heating goes, it really packs a punch. I have several different types of heating tools that I use for heat embossing, but I find that this heating tool does a quicker job of not only melting the embossing powder but doing so without burning it. It has a really good weight to it and handles well. I am very pleased with this product. An extra bonus was that I read on the box was that it remelts adhesives. I haven't tried that yet, but I know it will come in handy for some of my other craft projects. Its a little pricey but I think this heating tool is well worth it.
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