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Kid-Size Safety Glasses

If you’ve got kids working with you in the shop, you want them to be safe. And number one in safety is safety glasses. But safety glasses that aren’t comfortable won’t be worn, and safety glasses that don’t fit right aren’t really all that safe. To protect the little eyes in your shop check out… Read more

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New Table Saw From General

Here’s the deal. Contractor saws offer mobility and are typically plug and play, meaning you can plug them into a 110-volt outlet and you’re good to go. Cabinet saws generally have better dust collection, are heavier and harder to move than contractor saws, and usually require a 220-volt circuit. A while back the tool engineers… Read more

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Bosch Slider That Isn’t A Slider

I love the capacity I get from a sliding miter saw. Where most miter saws cross cut to 6″ – 8″, a sliding saw can crosscut out to 12-1/2″ or so. Very useful in the shop. What I don’t like about sliding saws is their mongo footprint. You’ve got to have a lot of real… Read more

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General Benchtop Planer, Helical Cutter Head

Helical cutter heads have hit a lot of machines, and are a great improvement, but are relatively new to bench top planers. General’s newest addition to this field is their 13″ planer. It comes with a 2 HP (15 amp) motor and a helical cutter head that includes 26 reversible high speed steel inserts. It… Read more

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Bosch MR23EVS Router

The new MR23EVS routers from Bosch have some great features. Which one do I like best? The trigger on the handle. Sounds simple, doesn’t it? Here’s the deal. Multi-base routers offer a lot of versatility by providing one motor that fits into both a plunge and a fixed base. The problem with swapping the motor… Read more

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Stanley Sweetheart Chisels

Woodworkers who know hand tools know the name Sweetheart when it comes to chisels. Stanley has introduced, or re-introduced, the Sweetheart line. The new chisels are based on the 750 design, and made from high carbon steel. According to Stanley the chisels will sharpen easily and hold an edge for a very long time. The… Read more

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Rockler Pizza Cutter Kit

No matter how you slice it, everyone loves pizza. I see Rockler’s new Pizza Cutter Kit having great potential as a gift. The cutter has a great feel to it, very industrial (4″ diameter, stainless steel), and once you turn a custom handle for it you’ll have a regular work of art. What’s cool about… Read more

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DeWalt Trim Router

Trim routers are seeing a come back in the woodworking industry. It’s easy to understand why. They’re light, can be handled with one hand, and offer more and more features all the time. DeWalt’s new DW611PK kit gives you fixed base and plunge base capabilities, further increasing the versatility of a trim router.The DW611PK provides… Read more

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Delta 18″ Drill Press

For many years drill presses have been made for metal working, more so than wood working. Delta’s new 18″ drill press is designed with the wood shop in mind. The table is big (14″ x 20″), which you’re gonna appreciate the next time you need to get a large project on the delta drill press…. Read more

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Porter Cable Pin Nailer

Have you tried a headless pin nailer yet? They’re really amazing. The 23-gauge pin they drive is so tiny you barely need to putty the hole it leaves. Porter Cable’s new PIN138 Nailer handles 23-gauge headless or slight head pins from 5/8″ to 1-3/8″ long. It’s cool that it takes both types of 23-gauge pins,… Read more

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