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Dremel Multi-Max is made from concentrated AWESOME!

Dremel Multi-Max is made from concentrated AWESOME!

1548 days ago by spaids | 25 comments »

My wife bought me this as a thank you for putting some French doors in for her. I’ve only used it a couple times and both times my jaw dropped. First use: I was installing a fan in a gas fireplace and the electric was never run for it when they built the house. The location where the power was needed was impossible to get to. My options were to remove the fireplace, run the power, and reinstall the fireplace. YUCK Or cross my fingers and try some magic. I go into the baseme...

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The Foredom THX Industrial Grinder is a Non-Stop, Go Fast Woodcarver!

The Foredom THX Industrial Grinder is a Non-Stop, Go Fast Woodcarver!

1548 days ago by Charles Brock | 2 comments »

I am a professional woodworker with 30 years experience, a teacher and publisher of the Build A Maloof Inspired Furniture Series. Each instructional bundle in the series includes a DVD, book, full-size patterns and on-line support. The newest bundle (available soon) in the series is Build A Maloof Inspired Low Back Dining Chair with Charles Brock. Ben Arthur is one of the woodcarving specialists at Highland Woodworking’s store in Atlanta. I told him I wanted to improve my chair carvi...

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Watta Mug !

Watta Mug !

1557 days ago by Zuki | 11 comments »

A part of the Rockler Bench Cookie Challenge I won a set of bench cookies and a mug. They finally arrived last week. I will blog about the cookies later . . . but now I want to speak about the mug. I am a big tea drinker and I found that with most mugs I had around the house I would have to go and get a refill as there just was not enough in one cup. Well . . . let me tell you something. This Rockler mug rocks! When I opened the package I saw the mug box and thought “pretty big box ...

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Power Tool Security Products

Power Tool Security Products

1563 days ago by d_webb | 4 comments »

Like everyone else, I’ve used tons of different bike locks and padlocks to protect my tools and equipment. But I recently found a really nice cable system that is specifically designed to protect contractors’ tools. It’s called a Skyd Cable System. It has a 20 foot retractable cable that is housed in a diamond plate aluminum box. The box is bolted into the bed of your truck. Mine is in between the wheel-well and tailgate, and it’s out of the way in that location. Overall, the cable sy...

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Not Bad For The Money...

Not Bad For The Money...

1565 days ago by Rich99 | 8 comments »

I have a 14.4V and 18.0V Ryobi drill, both with NiCad batteries. They’re heavy. I use them more for driving screws than anything else, so I decided I wanted a lighter battery powered driver of some sort. Looking in the big box stores, I saw units that were in the $200 plus range, some more than double the price of either of my Ryobis (and the 18 volt came with a circular saw!). Then I spotted this little Black and Decker PD400LG Power Driver. It weighs nothing. Okay,maybe a half-pou...

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Delete Pls.

Delete Pls.

1569 days ago by Abbott | 21 comments »

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Evapo-Rust to the rescue

Evapo-Rust to the rescue

1569 days ago by hjt | 14 comments »

This is my first use of this product and am impressed The tools were 12 years + and came from my father’s house in upstate NY. Due to his age and declining health, he had not used them for years by the time I picked them up and brought them to Florida (rust capital of the world – I believe.) Rust Removal – before photos: Evapo-Rust to the rescue here are the after photos. I learned about Evapo-Rust from a forum devoted to Radial Arm Saws. I bought it at Har...

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Best kept cleaning secret

Best kept cleaning secret

1572 days ago by Routerisstillmyname | 24 comments »

Stop wasting your money on those so-called cleaners that require you to mortgage your tools just to get few ounces of water and soap in a fancy package. EASY-OFF has been around a long time with a proven track record.It comes in several different skin removing flavors and I guarantee you’ll be amazed at the results.It’ll make your saw blades; router bits, forstner bits and anything that can’t be recognized anymore look like it’s brand new.Oh yeah, make sure you wear gloves.

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Getting the right fit for hinges and brass screws is problematic

Getting the right fit for hinges and brass screws is problematic

1573 days ago by Bob #2 | 17 comments »

I had occasion to purchase some extruded brass extra narrow butt hinges for project I’m working on this week around here Lee Valley is the only game in town for this type of hardware.Unfortunately with the help of the counter clerk I managed to bollocks up the matching screw head sizes receive available hinge. Notwithstandingm yet another trip to the store on Saturday morning I found that they suggested head size #4 did not completely match the countersink in these hinges.Nothing in fi...

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Order from Cherrytree Toys

Order from Cherrytree Toys

1576 days ago by Raymond | 4 comments »

I placed an order with Cherrytree toys last Thursday, and recieved it yesterday. Packaging was great. Shipping was fast, phone service was friendly and knowledgeable. Prices were great. It was exactly what I ordered, nothing back ordered. Totally happy and would very much recomend them to anyone looking for plans, books , supplies.

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