Words, actions, and people matter
A handful of handies for the tool editor who has (almost) everything
For cutting rockwool insulation, retire your old bread knife and pick up a pair of these
A better mousetrap that actually catches mice. Or at least pours gas without getting your hands gassy
It is hard to believe that a cordless table saw can stand up to jobsite use. But it can.
Because he can!
Best. In. Class.
A general warning that as batteries get bigger, so do the unintended consequences of using them like a dope. So, don't be a dope, read.
This vehicle-mounted storage system extends from either side of the van.
This incredible bench is more than just a work table; it’s an essential tool in the shop.
...when you give it to Kenny.
With a place for everything and everything in its place.
Ridgid and Ryobi decided to bust through the cordless barrier when it comes to belt sanders
Do not be a dummy, make sure your tools are solidly secured, and put some protection between you and them—in case they ain't.
A woodworker in Belgium goes Festool one better by devising a wheeled folding bench that works with their products.
You get paid for what you do and what you know. If robots can do what you do, then is time to know more.
A great saw—in spite of a couple of flaws—that will make fast work out of long miters. Even compound miters.
Need an extra hand on the job? Fire up the iClone app and match the settings to the task at hand.
Sometimes a bench is better than a bucket
Cordless nailers are twice as heavy, twice as expensive, and twice as slow as pneumatics. They can also save you 30 minutes per day.