Tag Archives: festool
The BEST Battery Wet/Dry Vacuum | Bosch GAS18V-3N 18-Volt Wet/Dry Vacuum with HEPA Filter

The BEST Battery Wet/Dry Vacuum | Bosch GAS18V-3N 18-Volt Wet/Dry Vacuum with HEPA Filter

Yes, The Best Cordless Vac! Finding a good small wet/dry vac that is quiet is pretty impossible.  It seems the smaller the vacuum gets the louder they are.  Not in this case!  Bosch Tools rocked the design of the GAS18V-3N 18-Volt Wet/Dry Vacuum to make it small, easy to use, powerful and quiet.  The design […]

Leave a comment Continue Reading →
FlexiClick_Kit_500x700

Bosch12V Max Flexiclick 5-In-1 Drill/Driver System Review | GSR 12V-15 FC

Better to have it and not need it than need it and not have it! Yes, we know that is a long movie quote from Alien vs. Predator but it describes many products or items in this world so perfectly. These items are ones that you may not need every single day, week, month, or […]

1 Comment Continue Reading →
Cordless Tracksaw Comparison | Makita 36v vs Dewalt 60v Vs Festool 36v

Cordless Tracksaw Comparison | Makita 36v vs Dewalt 60v Vs Festool 36v

Which tracksaw should I buy? With many manufacturers getting into the game of tracksaws, it is hard to decide which one to purchase. To add even more confusion, the lithium-ion battery powered tracksaws are hitting the market and taking it by storm. There are many factors that should go into picking a tracksaw and we […]

4 Comments Continue Reading →
GAME CHANGER | Festool Vac-Sys Vacuum Clamping System

GAME CHANGER | Festool Vac-Sys Vacuum Clamping System

Work Holding Working with any material in any working environment, there are two main points to review when talking about work holding. Work height and orientation. If you cannot have your material in the location and orientation your work becomes increasingly less enjoyable and less comfortable. For discussion purposes, this blog will lean towards woodworking […]

Leave a comment Continue Reading →
IMG_7893

Woodpeckers OneTIME Tool | Parallel Guide System

Breaking down sheet goods Whether you are in a large production shop or a small one stall garage breaking down sheet good material is always a chore. Larger facility typically have some pretty fancy floor panel saws but the smaller shop needs to find the space to break their sheet goods down. They can have […]

Leave a comment Continue Reading →
IMG_6872

Festool Domino Joiner DF 500 Q Review – 574432

Loose Tenon Joinery Loose tenon joinery is similar to a mortise and tenon joint with the exception that the tenon is not apart of your material. It is a separate piece of stock that fits in between two mortises, one on each piece you are trying to join together. With “loose” in the joinery name, […]

Leave a comment Continue Reading →
Light button

Which Bosch Cordless Jigsaw To buy? 18 volt or 12 volt?

Cordless Jigsaws Jigsaws are a powerful tool to have in your workshop or your tool bag on the job site. Especially when the jigsaw is cordless and you have the freedom to do what you wish and not be tied down with a cord. They are a flexible tool that allows for quick cuts to […]

1 Comment Continue Reading →
unnamed

Woodworking Gift Ideas Under $100

Gift ideas! Buying a gift for the woodworking in your lift is difficult. You don’t know what they have, what they don’t have, what they want, what they need, or what works with the items they already have. If you are looking for ideas, this is intended to provide you some ideas and inspiration when […]

1 Comment Continue Reading →
IMG_20160816_172900601

Evolution Power Tools RAGE 2 – 14″ Multi-Purpose Chop Saw Review

Chop Saw Beast Evolution RAGE 2 14 in. Multi-purpose Chop Saw is exactly what every chop saw should be.  The Evolution power Tools Rage 2 is capable of cutting steel, aluminum, wood with nails in and plastics all with the same blade. When cutting all of these materials, the RAGE 2 cuts cold, dry and quick.  The […]

Leave a comment Continue Reading →
Piston close-up

WA Looks at Rockler’s F-Style Piston Clamps by Piher

Extreme Pressure – Rockler Piston Clamps Great clamps are a must in any workshop, especially a woodworking shop. I have lost count of how many I actually own but when something like the f-style piston clamp made by Piher comes along, I need a few more. What is that old saying? “A woodworker can’t have […]

1 Comment Continue Reading →