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Service Truck Tool Organization With Triangle Tool Box

Service Truck Tool Organization With Triangle Tool Box

Mobile Tool Organization Having an organized toolbox in your shop can be difficult, but having a mobile toolbox that is organized and accessible is almost impossible unless you have the Montezuma Triangle Toolbox.  This Triangle toolbox offers the users an organized placement of each tool allowing the user to see if a tool is missing […]

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Summit Racing SUM-G1055 | ATD 12503 1/2" Drive 20-150 ft.-lb. Torque Wrench Review

Summit Racing SUM-G1055 | ATD 12503 1/2″ Drive 20-150 ft.-lb. Torque Wrench Review

Right Torque Wrench If you do a lot of automotive work, on single torque wrench you most likely own multiple torque wrenches for different jobs.  That goes the same for tools that one would take with them when they travel and fix things on the road.  In our case, we do a lot of traveling […]

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Amazon Extra Long Box End Ratchet Wrenches | Orion Motor Tech Vs Tekton

Amazon Extra Long Box End Ratchet Wrenches | Orion Motor Tech Vs Tekton

Off-Brand Tools A recent package of Orion Motor Tech 5 piece Combination Extra Long Box End Ratchet Wrench Set started us talking about how much one is willing to spend on tools you do not use much.  Personally, I grab on to a ratchet wrench more than Jeff, but extra long box end ratchet wrenches […]

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Woodpeckers OneTIME Tool - Saddle T-Square

Woodpeckers OneTIME Tool – Saddle T-Square

Measuring and Joinery Layout Since the beginning of man, we have been creating and building things. Early measuring devices probably consisted of a stick or length of animal hair but as time has progressed, we are not at an age of remarkable tools. Whether you are building a bench for your porch out of 2×4’s […]

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Woodpeckers Woodworking Rules

Layout and Joinery Any woodworker will eventually have to layout something on a piece of material or measure and mark joinery. Having a handful of the right tools will make these takes extremely easy and enjoyable. A simple hook rule, combination square, machinist square, and a quality straight edge are a must in a woodworking […]

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Husky 432-Piece Mechanics Tool Set Review | Model # H432MTS

Husky 432-Piece Mechanics Tool Set Review | Model # H432MTS

Husky Mechanics Tools The Husky 432-piece 1/4 in, 3/8 in. and 1/2 in. drive mechanics tool set is the largest tools set in the Husky line.  With 187 different standard and deep sockets, 39 combination wrenches, 14 ratcheting wrenches, and 42 bit sockets in includes tools we need, not a large group of small filler tools. […]

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Husky 56 in. 23-Drawer Tool Chest and Rolling Cabinet in Black Matte Review

Husky 56 in. 23-Drawer Tool Chest and Rolling Cabinet in Black Matte Review

Heavy Duty Husky The Husky 56 inch 23 Drawer Tool Chest and Cabinet are Husky’s heavy duty line designated by the black drawer pulls.  The Chest and Cabinet are constructed of 19-Gauge steel and the unit is rated for  2,500 lb. loading capacity.  Each drawer is rated to 100 lbs. each. The extra deep bottom […]

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Woodpeckers OneTIME Tool | Deluxe Trammel System

Woodpeckers OneTIME Tool | Deluxe Trammel System

Beam Compass and Trammel Points Drawing or scribing arcs or circles are important in woodworking shops that do any sort of organic shapes. In the past, trammel  points were on a simple beam. That beam could be any length and typically didn’t have any measurements or scales on them. Trammel points are often sold as […]

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Woodpeckers OneTIME Tool | 2096 Workholding Kit

Work-holding is Essential Whether you are sanding, chiseling, hand-planing, or drilling, securely holding your work piece is essential to working safe and obtaining the results that are desired. We have all used a handful of clamps to make stops on your workbench to hand plane against or secured a piece of material with some make-shift […]

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Woodpeckers OneTIME Tool | Marking Gauge and Panel Marking Gauge

What is a marking gauge and why use one? A marking gauge is a tool that is typically used for traditional joinery layouts like mortise and tenon joinery. A marking gauge uses a sharp wheel that scribes or marks the material. Where it marks is dictated by where the small fence is setup. Folks use […]

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Woodpeckers SERX Straight Edge Rules for Woodworkers

Woodworking – Best Straight Edge Many industries and professions need to draw straight lines. Woodworkers are no different! A straight line is essential to precision woodworking or just laying out cut lines on material. How straight do we need them? This is a debatable question that depends on what you are doing. Typically a straight line […]

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Woodpeckers OneTIME Tool | Delve Square Review

Woodworking Squares If we intend our projects that are created in the woodshop to come out square, we need something to check it against. The woodworking square comes in many different shapes, styles, and colors. They all have one thing in common, they register against two faces to see if they are square. As time […]

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