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At JLC Live tomorrow, powertool heavyweight, Bosch, will unveil a new jobsite table saw that can't cut-off fingers and doesn't destroy the blade.
Square wood forms knocked together from scrap lumber put piers in the right place and at the right height.
You do it every day, but are you doing it the best way?
These unusual pencils from FastCap and CH Hanson beat the heck out of the junky ones found at most lumberyards.
Young workers are just what the industry needs to avoid a full-blown labor crisis.
Ready-Frame turns lumber piles into erector sets. Will framers buy in?
Meet the Ergodyne Thermal Vest and Jacket: Carpenter Doug Mahoney's secret weapon for warding-off winter.
Seems the tools in orange are playing for keeps.
Add to the "hammer ball" and Edmunds sledge-hammer antics Tim Uhler's take on a less expensive alternative to the Stilletto Tibone, and Terry Goodman's review of DeWalt's latest framng hammer.
Edmunds hammers home the cost of repairs by taking an 8-pound sledge to a 2015 Ford pickup.
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