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Stanley has introduced several innovative hand tools lately, including the FatMax 17-ounce Anti-Vibe Framing Hammer and 25-foot Auto-Locking Tape Rule.
Powering an 8 7/8-inch Mafell blade, the Erika can rip like a table saw and crosscut like a sliding compound-miter saw.
These sawhorses are made of plywood, have three legs for incomparable stability on uneven ground, and break down quickly to lay flat.
When Milwaukee rolled out its 25-foot model 48-22-5125 magnetic tape measure last summer, most of us bought one to see if it would be a good fit. So far, we think it’s great.
Unlike cordless drivers, it never peters out while driving a screw.
SawStop Contractor Table Saw
Veteran drywall contractor and JLC Live presenter reviews the Bucket Splash Guard.
This free industrial catalog, available in print and online, covers more than 570,000 products.
Together these two products will remove and prevent rust on tools and equipment, even in harsh coastal environments.
A contractor reviews this portable drill, which when equipped with annular cutters, greatly reduces the time required to drill up to 1 1/2-inch-diameter holes in steel up to 2 inches thick.
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