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Accesories to Make Your Shop Safer As you plan your projects for the summer, why not plan to work safely and efficiently with a new line of tablesaw and router table safety accessories from Milescraft®. Provide consistent repeatable tension on your stock and reduce kick-back with a feather board kit, keep your hands away from a spinning bit or […]
Still Useful After All These Years
Vermont American provides this list of helpful terms that will aid in the selection of saw blades
The Skil Corporation invented portable circular saws just after World War II and, in fact, “Skilsaw” became synonymous with the tools. The new saws allowed carpenters to cut through a framing 2-by-4 much faster than with a handsaw and thus helped fuel the booming home-construction business of the time. Portable circular saws have come a long way from their […]
If, for some unknown reason, you had to pick only one stationary power tool for your workshop, a radial arm saw would be the wise choice. No other stationary power tool can perform as many chores. Woodworking consists of six basic cuts; crosscutting, bevel crosscutting, ripping, bevel ripping, mitering and bevel mitering. The radial arm saw will make all of […]