New Woodworking Tools and New Woodworking Products
Monday, 29 September 2008 20:54VAUGHAN & BUSHNELL has introduced four specialty tools for jobs ranging from small DIY projects to heavy demolition. The U.S.-manufactured tools include the Hooker, which is a version of a Shepherd’s Crook rocker head that has a reversed hook; a 12" version of Vaughan’s Superbar called the Stubby; the Bantom Bar for paint scraping and prying molding; and two Rockerhead Wrecking Bars, which are designed for increased leverage, have two angles for varying torque, and are available in four sizes. The Hooker retails for less than $15; the Superbar and Stubby retail for less than $10; and the Wrecking Bars sell for about $30 each. Contact: Vaughan Manufacturing Co., P.O. Box 390, Hebron, IL 60034. Tel: 800-435-6000. www.vaughanmfg.com
Monday, 29 September 2008 20:53KERFGREEN is an environmentally friendly version of KerfKore, a bendable substrate and panel product used primarily for radius work. The product has a NAF (no-added formaldehyde) core and qualifies for credits under the LEED green building rating system. It allows for horizontal- or vertical-grade laminates, metals, two-ply and phenolic-backed veneers to be laminated flat and then cold formed into virtually any shape without stress cracks, delaminating or telegraphing, according to the manufacturer. KerfGreen is available in 4x8 and 4x10 panels and thicknesses of 3/4" and 5/8". The 3/4" KerfGreen retails for about $4/sq. ft. Contact: Kerfkore Co., 2630 Sidney Lanier Dr., Brunswick, GA 31525. Tel: 912-264-6496. www.kerfkore.com
Monday, 29 September 2008 20:51TORMEK KNIFE JIG, model SVM-140, is an accessory for the company’s sharpening system. The wide jig provides support, solving the problem of sharpening long and flexible blades. The jig is made for blades longer than 6-1/4"; Tormek also offers model SVM-45 for shorter blades (minimum length: 2-3/8"). Both jigs are priced under $50. Contact: Tormek, 1110 W. State Hwy. CC, Brighton, MO 65617. Tel: 800-586-7635. www.tormek.com/en
Monday, 29 September 2008 20:29Safety Speed Cut is offering two edgebanders (hot air and glue pot) that were formerly sold by Anderson Mfg. of Canada. Except for new Safety Speed Cut labels, the two American-made machines are basically the same as the Anderson products. Safety Speed Cut may make some changes or additions to the machines down the line, but nothing specific is planned at this time.
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