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Ironwood rip saw puts focus on safety

Written by Jennifer Hicks Monday, 18 March 2013 00:00

16_tools_technique_01The new Ironwood SLR 330 straight-line rip saw provides constant ripping ability to shops with low-to-moderate production volumes. Classified as an entry-level machine, the saw is geared for cabinet and furniture manufacturers wanting to rip any type of lumber, panels or plywood to width while offering a high degree of glue-line accuracy.

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Grizzly cuts the cost of a circular track saw

Written by Jennifer Hicks Monday, 18 March 2013 00:00

16_tools_technique_02Grizzly recently introduced the Track Saw, a plunge-cut circular saw that, when used with the optional guide rail, makes straight cuts for panel processing. While the concept is not new to the industry, Grizzly’s version is more affordable than others in the market.

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Casadei Busellato unveils two entry-level machines

Written by Jennifer Hicks Monday, 18 March 2013 00:00

18_tools_technique_01Casadei Busellato introduced the new ALA 20 S edgebander, a versatile entry-level machine designed to meet the needs of the small shop and custom manufacturer.

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DeWalt miter saw focuses on accuracy

Written by Jennifer Hicks Tuesday, 19 February 2013 00:00

16_tools_technique_01DeWalt’s new 12” sliding compound miter saw, model DWS780, is loaded with features designed for improved accuracy, durability and portability, according to the company.

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Makita sander has one-touch switch control

Written by Jennifer Hicks Monday, 18 February 2013 00:00

17_tools_techniques_01Makita introduced its new 18-volt LXT lithium-ion 5” random orbit sander, model LXOB01, to expand its lineup of more than 50 compact cordless tools. The tool’s run time, versatility and superior economics make it ideal for carpenters, cabinetmakers, furniture builders, refinishers, boatbuilders and more, says the company.

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