If the guys commentating about quarterfinal matchups are called Sportscasters, what’s my title if I have the call for the tool version of the quarterfinals, a Toolcaster? I’ll have to think about that. In any event, over the last few weeks, I’ve been telling you a lot about our own Elite 8 – a shootout […]
Vacuworx recently introduced the Vacuworx CM3 Compact Modular Vacuum Lifting System which allows skid steers, track loaders, articulating wheel loaders, and mini excavators to lift concrete slabs, steel plates, and pipe up to 6,600 pounds. The CM3 features a modular design with a standard mounting plate which does not affect the host machine’s lift capacity […]
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From the Editor: This is the first of what will be a series of articles detailing the process of developing the downtown Lakeland Catapult’s new Maker Space from the ground up. Please follow along with us over the course of the next year as this maker space progresses from a concept to a fully functioning workspace. […]
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The Hilti World of Concrete 2017 booth was buzzing with excitement in Las Vegas. It’s usually a hub of activity with plenty of concrete breakers going, lasers being knocked over to scare the random passerby, and concrete hole making all over the place. But there was more than just people trying out some of the […]
By now, there’s a good chance you’ve at least heard that the Milwaukee Tick Tool and Equipment Tracker has been announced. We wanted to take a little time to really consider the significance of this innovation and what it means for the industry as a whole moving forward. When Milwaukee One-Key technology was first introduced, […]
Selena USA recently introduced Tytan Fill All, a new insulating foam sealant designed to distinguish itself by filling both small and large gaps from 1/4-inch to 3-inches without losing adhesion or effectiveness. Products currently on the market are gap-specific – that is, one insulating foam sealant is best for smaller gaps and another is best for larger […]
Man, oh man, did we generate some interest when we first told you about the CoffeeBoxx jobsite coffeemaker. The Oxx CoffeeBoxx is the brainchild of the folks at OXX, LLC based out of Grand Rapids, Michigan. When we first heard about their jobsite coffee maker, it was during their Kickstarter campaign. The project was fully […]
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What if you got a box of new tools and accessories sent to you every month? What if you didn’t know what was in it, but that the value would be at least 50% more than you paid? It kind of sounds like Christmas…in Vegas. In either case, we received a Master Box from Get to Work. […]
It makes sense when manufacturers innovate and improve saws, drills, nailers, or any other tool that we use on site. We want more power, lighter weight, longer runtime, this feature, and that feature. The big tool manufacturers continue to deliver those things. Then there are tools don’t come to mind as innovation candidates like the new […]
We’ve been hearing the buzz around here about the Ryobi GD200 Garage Door Opener Module System since the beginning of April when most thought this was an April fool’s joke. After seeing it firsthand at Ryobi headquarters, we couldn’t wait to get our hands on one of these. At first, the thought of Ryobi making a […]
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