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The older I get, the more I tend to favor smaller and lighter power tools that are easy to move around the job site.
Bosch GTS1031 10-inch table saw
Earlier this year, my crew and I tested three cordless plumbing tools from Milwaukee's M12 lithium-ion line.
I was introduced to the Max PowerLite high-pressure pneumatic fastening system in 2007 while testing framing nailers for Tools of the Trade magazine.
Milwaukee side-sliding utility knife; Peltor Alert headset
Skil 3600 Flooring Saw
I've never rushed out to buy the latest spirit level.
You can start a pretty good argument on a job site simply by asking which is better: a fixed-head miter saw or a slider.
I navigated the first decade of my carpentry career without a lumber rack.
When I heard that Senco was introducing a new cordless finish nailer, I was both excited and skeptical — excited because I dislike using hoses, and skeptical because as a long-time user of cordless finish guns I am aware of their shortcomings.
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