The coolest tool in the world just got cooler
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This Lyerbird mimics the construction sounds on a nearby jobsite: hammers, saws, drills, workers talking. Be careful what you say in Lyerbird country. Yaba-daba-do!
Most of the time you don't need a 10 inch blade, so one of these little buggers will do just fine
Professional Remodeler magazine has added a new department called Pro's Picks which covers a product or tool that a professional remodeler or trade contractor thinks is especially cool.
Wrecking bar, hammer
A pry bar, and a cat's paw—
Samurai Carpenter sets up a system in his newly remodeled and outfitted shop.
The new DeWalt 48 in. carbon fiber composite box beam level is 35 percent lighter than other premium levels of the same size.
A sliding truck bed made with 2x4s, CDX, and some small casters
Another use for your broken shovels
From our friends at protoolreviews.com ...
Watch a guy make slab lumber out of a redwood log with nothing but a chainsaw, some planks, and a lever.
[OK—and a dustmask and hearing protection]
... but were afraid to Google it
Editors from ProToolReviews.com took the best-known reciprocating saws through a series of tests to measure performance, features, and how user-friendly they are.
Plunge cut flush and smooth | Into baseboard or flooring | Money CAN buy happiness
Finger-saving safety features are finally available on the jobsite. Just in time for a labor shortage, right? (Part 3)
For the carpenter who has everything, and needs a place to put it.
Zero-clearance inserts reduce tearout and improve safety on a tablesaw
For all of us who have never had the pleasure of buying and unpacking a new sliding table table saw, this weekend video treat is for you.