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Kreg system offers easy mitered beading

Written by Jennifer Hicks Monday, 21 December 2009 18:24

15_kreg_01Kreg Tool Co. recently introduced its new Precision Beaded Face-Frame System and a corresponding line of router bits. The system is a multipart jig that attaches to a router table. It was designed for professionals looking to save time and as an alternative to the tedious process of making beaded face-frames with a router and table saw. It's also a less expensive option than purchasing an automated notching system, says the company.



DRIcore makes it easier on your feet

Written by David Getts Monday, 23 November 2009 19:14

21_dricore_2x2panelsPanel system supports more than 4,000 lbs./sq. ft. and prevents moisture in concrete from entering wood floors



Makita adds features to its 3-1/4-hp routers

Written by Jennifer Hicks Monday, 23 November 2009 19:12

20_rp2301fcCompany is also introducing a new 1-1/4-hp version that weighs only 6 lbs. and has an overall height of 8-1/2"



3M redesigns its line of abrasive belts

Written by Jennifer Hicks Monday, 23 November 2009 19:09

19_3m_redesignWant a sanding belt that lasts longer, produces a better cut and finish, and keeps dust to a minimum? 3M might have what you need. The company has redesigned its entire F-weight paper belt line for improved performance in wide belt applications.



Grizzly adds 19" Ultimate band saw

Monday, 23 November 2009 19:08

19_19ft_bandsawGrizzly Industrial continues to add to its wide-ranging line of band saws with the introduction of its 19" Ultimate band saw, model G0701. The saw is similar to the company's 17" Ultimate band saw, but has a greater cutting capacity, larger table and a motorized upper-blade guide control. The new 19" model is designed for use by furniture makers and cabinetmakers, as well as the demanding small-shop owner. And there's no doubt that the key feature of the saw is its 19" resaw capacity.



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