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More granite on Steel City 14" band saw

Friday, 06 February 2009 00:00

Steel City Tool Works is sticking with its theme of “Welcome to the Stone Age” with the introduction of a granite lower wheel on its Deluxe 14" band saw. Granite was first introduced as the top surface for the company’s 10" table saw, and later added as the material for the beds and fences of its 6" and 8" jointers. Within the last year, the 14" Deluxe band saw started sporting a granite table.

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Hitachi marks event with miter saw redesign

Written by Jennifer Hicks Friday, 06 February 2009 00:00

Hitachi Power Tools has updated its two 8-1/2" sliding compound miter saws, models C8FSE and C8FSHE, to commemorate the company’s invention of the tool 20 years ago.

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Festool rolls out new MFT/3 workbench

Written by Jennifer Hicks Thursday, 05 February 2009 15:30

A good workbench is the cornerstone to any workshop, which is why Festool recently redesigned its multi-function table and released the new MFT/3. This third generation workbench works as part of a system with Festool’s power and hand tools, and now boasts more options than ever for allowing various applications in a wide range of shapes and sizes.

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Carter adds MagFence, an aftermarket rip fence

Thursday, 05 February 2009 15:29

Carter Products, a longtime manufacturer of accessories for band saws, has brought some diversification to its product line with the addition of the MagFence, a fast, cost-effective way to attach a rip fence to most popular band saws, table saws, or any other machine with a ferrous-metal table. The aluminum fence is available in two sizes, 16" and 19-1/2", and uses powerful rare-earth magnets to firmly attach to work surfaces.

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Variomat features four-sided profiling

Wednesday, 31 December 2008 15:18

Weinig, manufacturer of the Unimat and Powermat series of molders, unveiled its latest molder, the Variomat, at IWF 2008. Company literature describes the machine as the “the only molder in the world that can handle four-sided profiling, and then finish-cut the end of the workpiece.” The basic machine is a four-sided molder, but with the addition of options such as the PowerLock system, the multi-function table, a memory system, and a fifth spindle, the Variomat’s capabilities increase to jobs such as creating raised panel doors, cutting any type of frames, and other types of work.

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