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Written by Jennifer Hicks Tuesday, 26 January 2010 13:13
Tormek takes suggestions from its customers very seriously. Based on user feedback, the company has made significant changes to its T-7 water-cooled sharpening system, which uses jigs, a slow-speed grindstone and leather honing wheel to sharpen a wide variety of woodworking tools.
Tuesday, 26 January 2010 13:11
Woodstock International has introduced its Shop Fox 43" double-head wide belt sander, which features two sanding heads and a rear head equipped with an adjustable platen. The 25-hp three-phase machine, model W1757, has sophisticated digital controls and is aimed at commercial and industrial applications.
Tuesday, 26 January 2010 13:10
Amana Tool has created a new series of insert router bits to produce raised panel doors from MDF or solid panels. Available in seven profiles - including traditional, ogee, bead and cove - the bits feature replaceable MDF-grade carbide knives that insert into the company's patented Nova Tool body system.
Written by Jennifer Hicks Tuesday, 26 January 2010 13:09
SandMan Products has introduced the Sand Pro SBP108, a self-contained, portable sanding booth for collecting sanding dust on items that are too large to sand on a sanding table. The booth features hinged, vinyl panels that fold against the unit for easy storage when the machine is not in use.
Tuesday, 26 January 2010 13:07
Leigh Industries' original FMT mortise-and-tenon jig hit the woodworking scene in 2002 and has enjoyed years of success.
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