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When Bosch introduced its first line of pneumatic nailers last spring, it claimed that the tools were 20 percent smaller and 10 percent more powerful than the competition.
About a year ago I tested nine 18-volt impact drivers. Since then, a few new models — Bosch's 25618-02, Makita's BTD 144, and Milwaukee's 2650-20 — have come on the market.
Part of Bosch's new laser line, the GTL3 layout laser projects 90- and 45-degree lines on a floor or wall.
Rebar is the bane of concrete drilling, capable of stopping a bit dead in its tracks.
A roundup of tools and materials found on the floor at JLC Live in Providence, R.I .
It used to be that if you wanted a multi-tool — an oscillating sander/cutter — you had to buy one of Fein's MultiMasters.
The two-speed PS30 Compact Driver/Drill from Bosch delivers 220 inch-pounds of torque and 1,100 rpm — but weighs a mere 2 1/2 pounds.
I had a chance to check out Bosch's new ROS20VS random-orbit sander at the Builders' Show.
Late last year Bosch introduced the Worksite Table Saw (model 4100), an improved version of its Benchtop Table Saw (model 4000).
The best models cut fast, vibrate less, and make blade changes easy.
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