From air compressors to pneumatic nailers and spray application systems, you'll learn how to choose the right pneumatic system and air tool for your woodworking shop.
We tested 11 units priced from $130 to $325 in search of one that will handle most woodworking-shop needs.
What if you could cut your finishing time by more than half, and get a super-smooth finish, to boot? You can! Stow that brush and enter the spray age with a low-overspray system.
When tackling large furniture projects or cabinetry, spraying finish with a high-volume, low-pressure (HVLP) spray system gets the job done.
In a world where everything is going cordless, it seems inevitable that hoseless brad nailers would become a thing.
A high-volume, low-pressure (HVLP) spray gun makes applying a finish easier than ever. Follow these simple procedures and keep that gun performing like new for years to come.
I plan to build several pieces of furniture and some cabinets. As I add tools, I’m wondering when to use a brad nailer, and when is it better to nail with a finish nailer?
On my pneumatic tools, I installed an air dryer to remove moisture and fine particles. Am I doing right by drying my air?
While shopping for a home-shop compressor, I saw an online listing for a “two-stage” machine. What’s the difference between a two-stage and a regular compressor?