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Everywhere you look there is something new in the power tool world.  The power tool world is an amazing place with new technology gaining ground every day.  It’s easy to get lost in the technology and lost in the new product innovations.  That’s why we created a section on Tools in Action that talks about power tool information.  This section is dedicated to the understanding of power tools and more.  We will dig deep into power tool manufacturers and understand the workings of the power tool world.  We will continue to add new and exciting features to this section, power tool information.  You will be able to learn about things such as Craftsman history, what do do with sawdust or understanding ladders.  Bookmark this page as we will be updating it on a regular basis.  Do you have ideas you want to share with the world.  Contact us and let us know.  Who knows maybe you can see your idea below.

The Hardware Stores Of Yesteryear

I love old photographs. They illustrate a time and place now extinct, that often exist only in the memories of those who were there....
HowtoUseAMultimeter

How To Use A Multimeter

In recent months we've explored a lot of key topics in our informational articles. Our goal has been to explore common questions relating to...

All About Ladders – Ladder Ratings

  We had a post in our forums with a question pertaining to ladders, so we thought it would be a good time to dig...

WD-40 – The Name Explained

The other day I picked up a can of WD-40, and I got to thinking. I know WD stands for “water displacement,” but what...

Saw Dust

  "Saw Dust."  We all know the smell, but are there practical uses for this dust?  Over the years we have heard a lot of different...
How to Keep Cutting Tools Razor Sharp

How to Keep Cutting Tools Razor Sharp

In the world of woodworking, and all things sharp, few things are as important as your cutting tools. With the advent of a lot...

Exstension Cords Tips and Tricks

Extension Cords, what would we do without them?  Well I guess we would be using cordless tools or each corded tool would have a...
Old Drill

History of the Drill

In modern times, drills are a common household and construction item. Gone are the days of hand drills, though they do sometimes serve a...
Hilti TE 6-A36

7 Tools Needed for a Demo Job

Last week we went to a small demo job and were talking at lunch about certain tools.  During this conversation we came out with...
Driver Bit Types Explained

Driver Bit Types Explained

We've all done it at least once. You go to the hardware store and grab the right length fastener for the job, then get...

Power Tool Combo Kits – What to Buy – The Guide

  We get a lot of emails from people, which we always love hearing from our readers.  They ask us questions like which combo kit...

Get Every Manual for Any Product for Free – No Sign up

Ever need a manual but you go searching and cannot find it or end up on some scam site that wants your credit card...

Oil-Free Verses Oil-Lubricated Air Compressors

We were recently on a tool forum where the question was asked " what is the difference between oil-free and oil-lubricated air compressors?" This...
How Does An Inverter Work

How Does An Inverter Work?

In our latest addition to our informational series, we are going to take a dive into a pretty scary topic. Now, we’ve featured a...

Helpful Tips 101

Over the years we have heard some pretty cool tips and tricks we thought we would share with you.  We haven't tried them all,...
Best Power Tools - Power Tool Awards

Cordless Power Tools: Do You Need Them?

Author - Will Mears A Few Things the Homeowner/DIY’er Should Consider Let’s face it, the vast majority of us would be perfectly satisfied owning a minimal...

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