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Rockler Clamp-It Corner Clamping Jig and Clamp-It Assembly Square

Rockler Woodworking Clamping Review When it comes to working in my shop I’m always thinking and always improving. Continuous improvement is the best hedge against future risk. That’s why I enjoy Rockers catalog to help me solve problems. There are a ton of ideas in there, that challenge me to be more effective and streamlined. […]

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Zero Tolerance Sinkevich ZT0470 Knife Review

Zero Tolerance: ZT0470 Sinkevich Flipper – Titanium & Marbled Carbon Fiber – CPM-20CV Review The Zero Tolerance Sinkevich ZT0470 Knife is probably the classiest knife I have. Its steel is quality, the KVT ball-bearing opening and a flipper makes the knife fast and easy to open, and it is a home run in the ergonomics department. I […]

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SKILSAW 16 Inch Worm Drive Carpentry Chainsaw

SKILSAW® Introduces 16 Inch Worm Drive Sawsquatch™ Carpentry Chainsaw SPT55-11 SKILSAW has announced the release of their 16 Inch Worm Drive Sawsquatch Carpentry Chainsaw. This innovative new saw helps professionals increase productivity on the jobsite by combining a large depth of cut in a lightweight package. Specs Amperage: 15 RPM: 6300 Bar Length: 16” Blade […]

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Metabo 8 Bay Air Cooled Battery Charger

Metabo 8 Bay Battery Charger – 627291000 Metabo tools is a brand that has been loved by metal working and industrial trades for years. Their quality and innovation is hard to beat. For demanding professionals, the Metabo multi-bay 8 pack air cooled charger is an excellent option to keep batteries fueled up and ready. This 8-port charger […]

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Metabo HPT 36V MultiVolt 1/2-in Hammer Drill Review

Metabo HPT DV36DAQ4  36V MultiVolt 1/2-in Hammer Drill ~ Reviewed by Frazer brooks Following its name change from Hitachi Power Tools to MetaboHPT, a new line of 36V cordless tools  has been released to separate itself from the Hitachi portfolio. One of the tools is a new MultiVolt drill. The 36v MultiVolt platform allows for […]

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Woodpeckers Clamping Squares Plus and CSP Clamps

Woodpeckers Clamping System For many years I’ve used 90 degree, plywood, clamping jigs to help me align casework, perform dry fits and help me keep casework square during glue up. These plywood jigs, with the help of two clamps, worked great but the jig only worked on inside corners, and the clamp bars are always […]

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Bosch GWS18V-45PSC 4-1/2 in. Angle Grinder

NEW Bosch Brushless 4-1/2 in. Angle Grinder With Electronic Interface The Bosch GWS18V-45PSC 4-1/2 in. Angle Grinder has a  brushless motor provides better power, runtime, and an advanced user interface. Bosch User Interface On-tool HMI (human/machine interface) screen combines with expanded app capability to provide a complete look at grinder performance and working status   This […]

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KB2407-ECO Heater is Heating Things Up

King Electrical Is Heating Things Up – KB2407-ECO Heater In August of last year, the TBB crew worked on converting my old screened in porch to a new workshop space. The crew finished the exterior framing, sheathing, windows, and clapboards in two weekends. Rob, Mike D. and I worked to insulate and drywall the interiors […]

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Bosch 360⁰ Three-Plane Green Beam Laser

Bosch 360⁰ Three-Plane Green Beam Laser GLL3-330CG Bosch 360⁰ Three-Plane Green Beam Laser provides you with one 360° horizontal plane and two 360° vertical planes with references that cover the floor, wall and ceiling. The two vertical lines cross at 90° angles for layout purposes. Bosch Precision The Bosch 360⁰ Three-Plane Green Beam Laser GLL3-330CG […]

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Using a SonoTube As a Remodeling Debris Chute

Job Site Debris Chute I try to follow best practices when dealing with remodeling dust and debris. I also prefer to work  smarter NOT harder! One of those practices, that accomplishes both, is using a Sonotube as a remodeling chute. It’s probably the best way to get remodeling debris out of the house and into the dumpster. […]

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