Now that the Senco Joistpro 250 has seen extensive use out in the field with a number of my contractor friends, I can confidently review its performance. If you dont have time to read the full review this is all you need to know.
This Senco gun packs a punch, driving teko nails even into engineered lumber. The Joistpro 250 is $200 less than the Hitachi NR65AK making it very appealing to those who want to save some cash and still get a quality metal connecting nailer.
We are big fans of Kreg products and the amazing projects people build with them. Kreg has just announced their release of a promotional Toolboxx kit that includes multiple Kreg jigs and accessories. It even includes new screw selector wheel that is only found in this kit.
We also want to mention we are huge fans of the Kreg tool community forum. Members are friendly and it can be a great place to get inspiration for your next project, and tips for using Kreg tools. You can check that out here.
All the accessories included in the Toolboxx would cost $415 if purchased separately. This kit is selling for 299.00 The Tool Shed Check out whats included with this limited edition kit below. Continue reading →
The Holey Galahad from King Arthur Tools is a game changer for wood carvers! It is designed to help wood workers shape their material with a huge increase in visibility. Since the disc has holes in it, it becomes “see through” as it spins.
This Tungsten Carbide grinding disc is made to replace traditional flap wheels and comes in three different grits and in two different shapes; Round and Flat
Here’s what King Arthur has to say about their Holey Galahad discs.
“Its not often that Festool has their tools on sale, but when they do they offer them at up to 30 % off.” -The Most Interesting Tool Brand in the World
Festool has just announced the start of their reconditioned tool sale. In which they are offering some great deals on a huge variety of their products. This sale is exclusive to U.S. customers only. All prices and availability are listed. (The Tool Shed)
Breaking a bolt, or stripping a screw can be a major headache. It’s a small broken bolt that often stalls a job or puts a project on halt. You may have used both spiral screw extractors and the square extractors with limited success. That was the case for me. Finally I have found something that actually works. Left Handed drill bits have saved me money and time being able to remove broken bolts easily.
Some things are just to dirty not to take a picture of, that’s why I snapped a picture of this Gem!
Recently, a Makita vacuum found its way into my repair shop. The customer rightly complained that the tool was not functioning as it is suppose to. My mother tried the tool and agreed, noting her Makita vacuum at home works much better.
Taking it into the shop I started taking out the screws to hopefully find the problem. Then it hit me! The dust that is. Continue reading →