Molding Millwork and Trim

Hitachi NT50GSP9 Cordless Brad Nailer
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Hitachi NT50GSP9 Cordless Brad Nailer

Here's a look at how the Hitachi gas-powered cordless brad nailer fared when... More

Faster Job-Site Joinery
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Faster Job-Site Joinery

Here are some tools that can help you make joints more quickly and accurately. More

Tools Up Close: 16-Gauge Fusion Nailer
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Tools Up Close: 16-Gauge Fusion Nailer

In my work as a finish carpenter, I use a variety of nails: 18-gauge brads for... More

Tools Up Close: SawGear Automatic Measuring System
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Tools Up Close: SawGear Automatic Measuring System

The SawGear consists of an aluminum measuring bar (or fence), a flip stop, and a... More

First Test: Paslode Angled 16-Gauge Nailer
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First Test: Paslode Angled 16-Gauge Nailer

In my architectural woodworking business, finish nailers are the pneumatic tools... More

Bench Dog Tools Bullnose Trim Gauge
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Bench Dog Tools Bullnose Trim Gauge

Marking out the 22 1/2-degree cuts needed for three-piece bullnose corner trim can... More

Porter-Cable 371 Compact Belt Sander
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Porter-Cable 371 Compact Belt Sander

There are few things more satisfying than scribing a piece of trim and having it... More

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Cutting Edge: Dancing With Trim Carpenters

Woodworking tradesmen are off and running in a competition announced by power-toolmaker DeWalt to find the top finish carpenters in the country. More

Product Watch: Starrett ProSite Combination Protractor
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Product Watch: Starrett ProSite Combination Protractor

From the historic company that brought us the Combination Square comes the ProSite... More

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Sliding Compound Miter Saws

From cripples to cornice to crown, sliding compound miter saws are the way to go. Our tester runs 11 saws from frame to finish. More

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DeWalt Cordless FlexVolt Recip Saw

After testing the Milwaukee Fuel Sawzall, a small crew of framers in the Pacific...

Review: M18 Rocket LED Tower Light and Charger

A new tower light from Milwaukee runs on battery, or AC power, and can charge a...

The New 10-1/4-Inch Big Foot Worm Drive Saw

A few small improvements yield a lighter, better-balanced saw than its predecessor.

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