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Plunge Router Electric Brake

Makita RP2301FC 3-1/4 HP Plunge Router (Variable Speed)

When it comes to the manufacture of electric tools for construction, Makita is a name that means quality. This Japanese company founded in 1915 was originally started to manufacture lighting equipment, motors, and transformers. However, they moved into power tools within 12 months of their start-up. Makita’s ability to be innovative not only with their tools but also in how they are charged has continued through the decades. Makita has not only engineered gas and corded power tools but cordless as well. Their innovative battery designs have created a tool with a powerful motor that can not only handle tough jobs but allows flexibility when it comes to accessing power for work.

Tools of the Trade Chisels

Tools of the Trade

The tools of the trade that have evolved for working wood all derive from the simplest forms: axe, adze, chisel. Within those forms, much variation exists. In terms of function, they may be divided into carving tools and joinery tools. Function is determined by form.

Milwaukee 6470-21 15 Amp 10-14 Inch Circular Saw Review

Milwaukee 6470-21 15 Amp 10-1/4 Inch Circular Saw Review

Everyone who works with timbers needs a circular saw that can cut through anything and work for any project. So, we wanted to take an in depth look at the Milwaukee 10 1/4″ Circular Saw.

We always try to review the top power tools to give you an in-depth look so you have the best information you can to make an informed choice.

So, we wanted to take a look at some of the most popular circular saws. First up, the Milwaukee 6470-21 15 Amp 10-1/4 Inch Circular Saw.

Is it worth purchasing this circular saw? Can it hold up to the bigger brands? Let’s find out.

Cordless Heavy Duty Right Angle Drills

Our Comparison Review: Cordless Heavy Duty Right Angle Drills

Right angle drills are an often overlooked but important addition to any toolbox. These handy tools are small drills that can fit into much tighter spaces than your average drill. Why? The head of these drills sits at a 90-degree angle, hence the name.

But how do you know what to look for in a high-quality right angle drill? To help you, we’re going to review three cordless heavy-duty right-angle drills from some of the most well-known tool manufacturers out there.

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