The TC10 has the capacity to cut 24-inch tile and can also make plunge and bevel cuts but is light enough to be carried by one person.
About a year ago, Tools of the Trade sent me a ZipSaw, a grinder-based cutoff saw that takes 3-1/2- and 4-inch proprietary cutoff wheels.
Nearly all my remodeling jobs involve some kind of tile, so I'm constantly doing tile layout.
The two new lasers I tested for this article — Hilti's PMC 36 and Agatec's CPL 50 — combine features not usually found together on one tool.
Carpenter Brian Way gave the gravity-rise miter-saw stand from Ridgid a hard look....
Contributing editor Tim Uhler torments the Grundens Neptune and Helly Hansen's...
How do the Milwaukee and DeWalt reciprocating saws match up?