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Senco adds line of composite fasteners

Written by Jennifer Hicks Monday, 13 March 2017 00:00

sencoSenco, a specialty metal fastener manufacturer, expanded its product line in February to include composite staples and nails. The new blade-friendly and rust-free fasteners are designed to coexist with traditional metal fasteners in the marketplace, serving applications where metal is not ideal.

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Pillar Machine revamps CMJ coping machine

Written by Jennifer Hicks Monday, 13 March 2017 00:00

pillar_coping_1pillar_coping_2Known for its ability to perform chip-free coping or tenoning, the CMJ coping machine was introduced by Accu-Systems in 2011. Pillar Machine bought the rights and redesigned the machine, adding a side clamp, better spindle parts and a more rigid structure.

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Bosch says Core battery delivers more power

Written by Jennifer Hicks Monday, 13 March 2017 00:00

boschBosch unveiled its Core 18-volt 6.3-Ah lithium-ion battery, model GBA18V63, at January’s World of Concrete show in Las Vegas. The company says the new battery delivers up to 80 percent more power than previous generation Bosch batteries, made possible through the implementation of new technology, including larger cells that cool more quickly than the competitions.

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Stiles offers two new Ironwood sanders

Written by Jennifer Hicks Monday, 13 February 2017 00:00

ironwoodStiles Machinery recently expanded its line of wide-belt sanding solutions to the solid-wood market through its Ironwood brand.

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On-site obstacles don’t have to cost time and tools

Written by John English Monday, 13 February 2017 00:00

HarborFreightWorking on a remote site, the chief concern is usually portability. Whether installing trim, millwork or cabinetry, the tools have to be hauled there and back. But woodworkers often have to overcome other obstacles, too, including inadequate light, dust containment, minimizing noise or even just taking up as little physical space as possible. And there’s always a security issue with leaving tools on site. They tend to grow legs.

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