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Total Saw produces a thinner saw blade

Written by Jennifer Hicks Monday, 16 May 2011 00:00

16_totalsaw_01Total Saw Solutions has introduced a new 10" table saw blade to the woodworking market, the Micro-Kerf 40, which is the first of the Micro-Kerf generation series. This versatile blade has an extremely thin kerf (1/16") that allows woodworkers to make precision glue line cuts with a fine finish in hardwoods and softwoods. Made of high-quality steel with carbide tips, it's also strong enough to handle ripping and crosscutting applications, according to the company.

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DeWalt debuts four new saw/work stands

Written by Jennifer Hicks Monday, 16 May 2011 00:00

18_dewalt-01DeWalt has introduced four job-site miter saw and work stands to fit a range of budgets.

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PMK offers coping, end-matching solution

Written by Tod Riggio Monday, 16 May 2011 00:00

15_pmk_01Kenneth Corbin says he was retired when Mike Edwards, a machinery dealer, stopped by his house about fours years ago. Edwards invited Corbin to go with him to visit a door shop, whose owner, Phillip Willis, had built an end-matching/coping machine that solved the problems of chipping, splintering and blowout.

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DustRight Vortex separates dust debris

Written by Jennifer Hicks Monday, 16 May 2011 00:00

17_dustright_01The new DustRight Vortex from Rockler Woodworking & Hardware allows you to clean your shop instead of cleaning your shop's vacuum filter. The 10-gallon canister unit is a simple, yet useful product that turns a shop vacuum into a two-stage dust extractor. It's another addition to a system of dust collection products the company has recently introduced to the market.

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Grizzly debuts its hinge boring machine

Written by Tod Riggio Monday, 18 April 2011 00:00

18_tools_techGrizzly Industrial has introduced its first hinge boring machine, model G0718. Powered by a single-phase, 1-hp motor, it produces hinge mounting holes for cabinets using European-style hinges. Hardware manufacturers have been the primary source for hinge boring machines in the past. Grizzly's entry into this bench-top machine category fills a void, according to Bill Crofutt, the company's quality control manager.

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