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What Small Change Made A Big Difference in Bosch’s Drill?

Big Changes Come in Small Packages Bosch wants its customers to have a tool that makes their jobs easier but doesn’t weigh them down on a job site. Especially when it comes to jobs in construction, where freedom of movement and mobility means a safer work area. That’s why Bosch is proud to unveil their…

Kreg Adaptive Cutting System Improves Workflow?

Adaptability is what you need when you are creating any woodworking project. You need straight lines, precise angles, and a place to do a variety of cuts. The Kreg Adaptive Cutting System offers all that while also giving you the ability for mobility and safety. For any woodworker this is a must have set-up to…

DeWalt’s NEW Six-Tool ATOMIC Compact Series

DeWalt goes small to fit into the tightest areas on your jobsite is what you get with the new ATOMIC compact series. These new tools don’t only make working in cramped spaces easier but also making working overhead more comfortable with their lightweight. Though not compromising in power these tools will get the job done…

DeWalt’s Fully-Automated Powder Actuated Tool

DeWalt announces their new Fully-Automatic .27 Caliber Powder-Actuated Tool (DFD270). This tool will make fastening to concrete, steel, or I-beam, hassle-free. Construction and maybe even renovation can require that you add something on top or in front of the concrete, or other base material you’re working with. Perhaps you need to secure wood to the…

Milwaukee Tool Lanyards Prevent Accidental Drops

Stay Safe & Maximize Productivity With New Milwaukee® Tool Lanyards Milwaukee Tools is proud to introduce their brand-new line of tool safety lanyards, and we are excited to share them with you.  We got an early look at them and they are safe, convenient, and very easy to use.  These safety cords will catch your accidents…

7 Tips And Tricks For Finishing Concrete And The Tools You Will Need

Watching someone pour and finish concrete is much different from finishing it yourself. You know you’ll need concrete, a shovel, and a trowel, but what else should you use? The intricacies of properly and professionally finishing concrete take time to master, so it’s okay for even the experienced general contractor to read up on techniques…

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