George Vondriska

Using Lithium Ion Batteries in Woodworking Tools

George Vondriska
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George Vondriska discusses some of the key advantages to using woodworking tools with lithium ion batteries. You’ll learn about their size to power ratio, charge cycles, and what additional benefits they can provide for your shop.

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2 Responses to “Using Lithium Ion Batteries in Woodworking Tools”

  1. Brian

    You did not mention charge memory. Is it true that lithium ion batteries do not have a memory? In other words, if you charge a lithium ion battery before it is fully discharged, it will still be able to take a full charge? It is my understanding that nicad batteries will eventually not be able to take a full charge if they are continually charged before fully discharged. I used to tie down the trigger on my nicad powered tools to fully discharge them before charging to avoid the "memory" problem; at least as I perceived it.

  2. jon

    do ni clad battery need to be replace after a certain number of years?

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