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  • Hands-On Hand Tools

    We've carefully selected more than 50 hand tools to share with you this issue. This diverse collection of tools represents the next generation of designs, with features that will help you carry on your own legacy of quality and provide continued enjoyment in your particular trade.

  • Cutting Edge: Bostitch Launches Hand-Tool Line

    Bostitch, one of the best-known U.S. manufacturers of air-powered tools and a major subsidiary of Stanley Tools, officially launched a line of nonpowered hand tools under the Bostitch brand name on March 1.

  • Hot Finds: Bostitch Hand Tools Level/Clamp

    A level with built-in clamps able to grip lumber or other materials up to 3-1/2 inches thick is one of the first products to be introduced under the new Bostitch Hand Tools brand.

  • Bostitch 33-001 25-foot Tape Measure

    Bostitch, now the brand for Stanley's heaviest-duty pro hand tools, has introduced a series of new products.

  • Launch Time 2010: Bostitch Gas-Powered Finish Nailers

    Three all-new hose-free gas-powered finish nailers have been introduced, along with a hose-free gas framing nailer that is the first to use full round-head wire-weld nails, says Bostitch.

  • Stanley Fastening Systems Bostitch Twin Blade Knife

    Workers who routinely carry two utility knives might appreciate the Bostitch Twin Blade Knife.

  • Bostitch Clamping Box Beam Levels

    Stanley's Bostitch line of heavy-duty construction hand tools offers 2- and 4-foot clamping box beam levels.

  • Stanley Bostitch 33-001 25-Foot Tape Measure

    Heavy-duty tools previously sold under the Stanley FatMax Xtreme name are now being marketed as Stanley Bostitch products.

  • TOOLS of the TRADEshow-STAFDA 2009 Edition

    Last week I attended the 33rd annual STAFDA convention and trade show in Atlanta, Georgia. Membership includes distributors, retailers, and manufacturers of light construction tools and related products. This show is always interesting for Tools of the Trade because it is where we find the latest...

  • A Promise Kept: Chris Dutra

    Chris Dutra first began working for Bostitch in channel marketing and then in product development before landing in business development. Eventually he moved to a competitor, where he essentially reinvented the entire pneumatics industry. The innovative product and manufacturing strategies he...