More stories about Drills

  • GoSaw vertical panel saws

    Though they're great for cutting sheet goods, vertical panel saws are not known for their portability.

  • Irwin 2500 Box Beam Level

    The Irwin 2500 Box Beam Level has an unusual feature that makes it easier to use: a mirror that allows you to read the plumb vial from the edge of the tool (for those times when it's hard to look from the side).

  • Milwaukee 18-volt Fuel drill/driver

    Brushless motors have been around for years, but they're still not that common in cordless tools. Earlier this year Milwaukee introduced its first brushless tool, the 18-volt Fuel drill/driver.

  • Bosch Bulldog rotary hammer

    Bosch recently introduced an upgraded version of its Bulldog rotary hammer, the Bulldog Xtreme Max (RH228VC).

  • New Tools from Hitachi, Stiletto, Kobalt, and More

    Earlier this year I – and 50,000 others - went to the International Builders' Show (IBS) in search of new tools and building products. I enjoy going to trade shows because there's nothing like seeing new tools early on and in person. This year's show did not disappoint...

  • New DeWalt Saws

    DeWalt recently introduced three new saws, a compact corded recip saw, a corded circular saw, and a mini cordless recip saw with a folding handle...

  • DeWalt Goes Brushless

    In a media event held a few weeks ago in Orlando, DeWalt unveiled their newest cordless innovation: an impact driver with a brushless motor. As part of their second generation...

  • Festool T-18+3 Drill

    Festool's new T-18+3 drill combines 18-volt lithium-ion power with a number of innovative features.

  • Bosch Stop Bits

    The most common way to set a depth on a masonry bit is to wrap a piece of tape around the shaft of the bit.

  • Wilton BASH Sledgehammer

    Above all, a sledgehammer should be indestructible. Wilton claims its new BASH (Bad Ass Sledge Hammer) fits the bill.