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.
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?
What’s the difference between automotive, industrial, and universal air fittings?
I waited too long to clean my spray gun, and now the lacquer I was using has hardened inside it. Can this gun be salvaged?
Because I only use my oil-lubricated air compressor in the shop for occasional fastening and blowing dust, I forget about changing the oil. How often should I be changing it?
Unless you're using a spray gun, pneumatic sander, or framing nailer, a small, portable air compressor handles your nailer needs just fine.
Eighteen-gauge brads can make project assembly a clamp-free task, and they also work great for installing trim and molding in homes.