Tools and Equipment
Battery technology has drastically changed this classic demo saw. Here’s a head-to-head look at eight popular brands.
These three tools offer good ergonomics and survivability in tough environments
6 uses for a multi-tool
A head-to-head comparison of the only two flesh-sensing jobsite table saws on the market
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Precision and utility are hallmarks of this mortise and tenon joiner from Festool
Ridgid brings tool-free accessory change, an LED light, and a variable speed trigger to its multi-tool
DeWalt's new battery technology automatically switches between 20 and 60 volts depending on the tool
The 120v FlexVolt 12-inch Sliding Miter Saw runs on two 60v FlexVolt batteris plugged in side by side behind the motor housing. "Cuts like butter" was the comment from the guy who was crosscutting a 4x4. Shown next to it is dust-collection vac running off the FlexVolt power station mounted on top of it.
Big news from DeWalt’s media day, which introduced a new battery system called FlexVolt. From what I saw it’s pretty clear that it’s going to change the game for cordless tools.
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A compact version of the Pro Pac MC, this tough toolbag offers organization and plenty of storage in a form factor that's grab-and-go ready
Milwaukee Tools introduces titanium nitride-coated bits to its Shockwave line
If you're looking for a compact, handy 12-volt saw, check out this option from Makita
For many portable table saws, “compact” can indicate too much loss of function. Not so with the DeWalt.
Michael Losey, lead carpenter for remodeling company Bright Ideas by Martinec, weights in on the pros (and maybe one con) of the Festool track saw
Appeals court upholds ruling against table saw manufacturer in accident case
DeWalt's latest offering comes in strong with cordless convenience and excellent build quality
Here are some tips on what to do immediately after a table saw injury, just in case.
Court battles for table-saw related issues, such as flesh-sensor patents and lawsuits by injured table saw users, have been subject of legal controversy.