We tested 16-in. cordless chainsaws from DeWalt, Makita, and Milwaukee, and the best choice depends on whether light weight or total runtime is more important to you.
Three different brands of battery-powered saws are put to the test.
This battle-tested nailer still nails it.
This 16-5/16-in. beam saw can cut a 6x6 in a single pass! Is that overkill or is it just awesome?
My work always presents a problem of finding a place to set up my tile saw. Usually, the saw is banished to a garage or back porch far from the…
I recently bought an 8-piece set of Fisch brad-point bits on a whim. I saw them at a local woodworking store, thought of my dull collection of twist bits back…
Worm-drive saws have an oil-bath gearbox; the oil eventually gets contaminated through use.
A very nice piece of gear that would serve many carpenters well. But not in a production-framing environment.
Learn how to break down plywood and other sheet goods efficiently and accurately without a tablesaw.
Here's how to breathe new life into a drill with a frayed cord.
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