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As a framer, I prefer inline saws to sidewinders because they're more durable and less likely to bog down in heavy cutting.
A sampling of the tools and materials on exhibit at JLC Live in Providence, R.I.
Lenox says its T2 demolition and wood-cutting reciprocating-saw blades now cut 25 percent faster than earlier models and last twice as long.
If you've ever had to rummage around for a lost Allen key, you'll appreciate Metabo's new ASE18 LTX 18V cordless reciprocating saw.
The Cut-N-Crown System features a plastic jig that replicates a molding's spring angle so that you can cut both sides of a miter without resetting the saw.
The new generation of lithium-ion subcompacts are lightweight and surprisingly powerful for their size.
These handy devices fill in where other tools fall short.
Ten tips for pouring stronger, crack-free concrete slabs.
Fixed-blade utility knife; drywall repair template; hole saw for can lights; nail puller
Skil 3600 Flooring Saw
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