Woodworking Tools and Woodworking Machinery Article Archives
Monday, 29 September 2008 20:36Steel City Tool Works’ latest line of two 10" cabinet-style table saws, 14" band saw, and 6" and 8" jointers feature the company’s latest plunge into using alternative materials. This time, it’s granite. As the company’s sales flyer states, “Welcome to the New Stone Age.”
Monday, 29 September 2008 20:27SawStop rolled out its new 10" contractor’s saw in June, a similar but smaller version of the company’s 10" cabinet saw launched in late 2004. SawStop marketing manager Eric Gewiss said the new saw, available in three versions, is more of a cross-industry saw for all types of woodworkers, contractors and DIYers.
Monday, 29 September 2008 20:23Tormek has introduced a compact version of its water-cooled sharpening system. The T-3 has a smaller motor than its big brother, the T-7, and is intended for sharpening plane irons, carving tools and knives, for example.
Monday, 29 September 2008 19:52The question was inevitable. What makes Festool’s new 10" sliding compound miter saw — known as the Kapex KS 120 — worth $1,300?
Thursday, 28 August 2008 12:05Triton Workshop Systems will show a hand-held double-dowelling machine it is promoting over a biscuit joiner at IWF 2008 in Atlanta
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