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  • Boschmanbrian wrote:hey must of had extra pieces left over from a few previous jobs that they wanted to hide lol

    no sense throwing all this good stuff away lets use it on the next job. LOL

  • Kevin sounds like a tough day for sure. At least you got some time in the backyard.

  • JDO congrats on your box, enjoy your new tools.

  • Doobie wrote:My High Friction Silicone self adhesing impermeable tape comes out once again to repair an extension cord that I run in my backyard over the summer to feed power to my seasonal canopy that I power.

    Looks like it did a good job repairing that cord.

  • cmeyer25 wrote:I used my ps31/41 at work today showing the new guy a few things, then my ps42 and idh182 at home breaking down homemade furniture to move it around our house.

    Keep those Blue tools humming at work and at the house, good deal.

  • Warren6810 wrote:Decided to part with my corded Festool after not using it for a year. The cordless version has worked so well, that the corded just wont see any use.

    Once you go cordless tough to go back. I have a bunch of corded tools as well that i keep hanging on to although I don’t know why.

  • Cordless Power Tool Trends: Bluetooth Connectivity vs. Built-in Features

    Cordless Power Tool Trends: Bluetooth Connectivity vs. Built-in Features

  • New Dewalt Nail Pullers, Engineering Hammers, Blacksmith Sledge Hammers, and More

    New Dewalt Nail Pullers, Engineering Hammers, Blacksmith Sledge Hammers, and More

  • NC temps in the mid 90s and sunny. A bit of a rest before the real heat returns tomorrow.

  • New Milwaukee Lineman’s Knife (looks pretty good to me.)

    New Milwaukee Lineman’s Knife

  • Miamicuse wrote:(1) What do they think of the Bosch quick release grinder attachment called X-Lock. Will they be releasing X-lock compatible grinders or X-lock compatible wheels?

    Good question. The X-Lock makes a lot of sense.

  • GTokley wrote:This week I have been keeping my eye out for deer crossing the road while driving home from work.

    Good idea, if you hit one you usually total the vehicle.

  • JimDaddyO wrote:3rd and final coat of BLO on the Roubo. Put some battens in for the shelf and I am now doing the final flattening of the top with my #7, which is a lot like work.

    Sounds like a busy day JDO.

  • Miamicuse wrote:ust checked that the Makita XSH08Z 18V X2 LXT Lithium‑Ion (36V) Brushless Cordless 7‑1/4 in. Circular Saw with Guide Rail Compatible Base, Tool Only is available for $309.

    Not a bad price for a bare tool Track Saw.

  • Lots of good names so far. Easy to remember.

  • cmeyer25 wrote:Glide and tablesaw both on their stands, as well as my blower with my new Core 4.0 today.

    Lots of Blue being used. Good deal.

  • roninohio wrote:One of my coworkers went to another job to put in a shower pan. He sent me this picture of their plumbing job.

    Man what a mess.

  • Our Best Cordless Drill Head to Head Review (lots of good info on cordless drills)

    Best Cordless Drill Head to Head Review

  • New Stiletto TiBone 3 Titanium Hammers – the Best Gets BETTER?

    New Stiletto TiBone 3 Titanium Hammers

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