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Field-testing a tool pick from the National Hardware Show
The answer to the problem of drywall dust in the dry cleaning?
Corners need hugs, too
Three tools that rock: Hex wrenches that stick, pliers that can double-down, and all of the drivers you'll ever need—in one pack.
Joint a step and use a plywood sled to plane a parallel surface, flip, repeat.
Five ways to draw circles
A fire-starting snack that knows no borders
The lead extends like a razor knife, and stays razor sharp
Textured drywall patches in a flash—and the cleanup is even faster
The Straight Flush Saw is an entirely new type of worm drive saw.
A better mousetrap that actually catches mice. Or at least pours gas without getting your hands gassy
Quiet, rust-free, light-weight compressors for jobsite, shop, or finish carpentry projects
Falls are the number one cause of fatalities in construction, accounting for one in three deaths, or roughly 267 people every year in the US
Solution to the labor crisis?
Carpenter's squares are ubiquitous on jobsites, but the jumbo-jumbo written on them is Greek to most carpenters. Thanks, calculator.
New design improves battery and cartridge installation. If Cordless trim nailers fit your workflow, this gun is a good bet
Making old leaf springs and plumbing parts into functional art
Make the most of what you've got... and then pile on a little more
A man, a plan, and some Baltic birch plywood becomes a stand-alone portable woodworking shop.