Author: thejimbosliceworkshop

GETTING TOUGER IN THE SOUTH – Dewalt Releases its next batch!

Today August 18 Dewalt held in even in Nashville, now this is a rolling list so as the tool releases come in I will ad to this list. Over time I will get links to social media posts with these tools! 60V and 20V 7 1/4″ Circular Saws – Added rafter hook 60V Blade Left

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Diamond Edged Metal Cut Off Wheels

For years we have been using bonded cutting wheels for our metal cutting needs, and for years we’ve understood their limitation and danger.  A rotation disc at 13,000 rpms that could explode at any minute. Not only can they break up and hurt users and people standing by, they don’t really last that long. Over

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Metabo WPB 18 LTX BL Quick 6″ Cordless Grinder

With every new iteration of cordless tools, we get closer and closer to truly replacing corded tools. In 2017 with all companies combined we are the closest that we have ever been. Tools can run with more power and accomplish things that we have been dreaming of with brushless technology and modern batteries. Although not

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Southwire Compact True RMS Multimeter 16040T with Bluetooth

Bluetooth in a multimeter? Yes you read that right! Now this isn’t a speaker where you can play your iTunes through but this technology is pretty cool when connected to your phone. But lets talk about the meter first and its capablities before we dive into controlling it with your phone! So first things first

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Dewalt XR Compact Reciprocating Saw

Go into a tool store and I’m pretty sure you can find a whole aisle of just reciprocating saws or what most of us call a “Sawzall.” Milwaukee lead the path with the reciprocating saws and to this day make one of the most comfortable and powerful reciprocating saws. Now over the past year we

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Makita Rear Handle Saw

Brushless motors have allowed cordless tools and their capabilities to start to overtake that of corded tools. Notice I say start, its only been the past few years that we have seen the power match that of corded rivals and up until recently, battery run time. Tool companies have started pushing higher voltage tools i.e.

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