The multi-tool can sand, cut, scrape and grind at a moment’s notice.
Speed on the job has now reached the level of importance that quality has always enjoyed. It needs to be great, but it also needs to be fast. That’s one of the drivers behind the popularity of the multi-tool. A single tool can cut, grind, sand and scrape – and do the things that previously required an entire tool bag to accomplish. Bosch has assembled a website that provides details about typical building and remodeling jobs that can be done with this versatile tool. BoschMultiX.com provides videos and other how-to information that both professionals and DIYers can apply.
The multi-tool can accommodate a variety of different blades via quick release. So if the task is cutting for the moment, change can be made in seconds to transition to sanding. And multi-tools are safe and powerful. The oscillating function is a fast side-to-side movement. It’s safe and effective – and it requires less force and is more precise than a hand tool. The multi-tool is the new all-in-one tool for professionals and DIYers involved in home construction, remodeling, floor installation, deck repair and just about any building or maintenance job.
The dimpler is an accessory that can save you some headaches and frustration next time you need to a few sheets of drywall. A dedicated screw gun is very effective, but also can be a pain to break out compared to a cordless drill and the dimpler. This accessories’ current design even does a better job of overcoming the issue that I used to have; driving screws at a little bit of an angle. Here’s a little more information about this new technology. It’s worth a look.
The Dimpler, from Bosch
- Universal 1/4″ hex shank, also features a power groove
- Dimpler® is reversible: while chucked, push in, then turn to lock for reverse feature
- Magnetic insert holds screws for accuracy and speed in driving
Got boots to rival these bad boys? Show ‘em.
When “Red” Redding (Morgan Freeman) from the Shawshank Redemption asks, “After all, how often do you look at a man’s shoes?” he was on to something. Unless you’re talking about the latest NBA footwear, no one really cares. But when you have boots this “unique,” even on the jobsite, they stand out. Do you have boots that rival these? Show me what you’ve got and I have a Bosch Daredevil spade bit three-pak, Bosch Multiconstruction five-piece set or a Bosch five-piece recip demo set. Hey, maybe a sweetner. Send your entry by email to email@example.com.
The Bosch Daredevil is at it again. It’s time to enter the Bosch Daredevil Work Hard, Play Hard contest (http://www.boschdaredevil.com/). You’ll have an opportunity to win weekly prizes by submitting your best example of how you work hard or play hard. The online contest is open through December 31st, 2012. It’s easy to enter, easy to win.
PS. If you are interested in more great contests, you can see more here.
Bosch’s Daredevil framing blade made a strong appearance at WOC as a key contributor to applications like form building.
The Bosch WOC booth had a ton of tools and accessories for testing – check out what @ToolGuyd* had to say about the Daredevil saw blades and Bulldog hammer bits: http://toolguyd.com/new-bosch-tools-accessories-woc-2012/