Drills and Drivers
Oil-pulse Impact Drivers. These tools drive fasteners much more quietly than traditional impacts.
I’ve nearly completed my new workbench, but I still need to drill dogholes. Obviously the bulky top won’t fit on my drill press. So how do I make sure that the holes are straight and clean?
Recently I bought a used drill press at an auction. Everything works great except the chuck—it’s stiff and difficult to turn without using the chuck key, especially when cold.
I have several dowel issues that came up while building a project.
How can I bore with a holesaw without burning the wood? I don’t have any drill bits large enough to use in place of the holesaw.
Your article “Choose the Right Screw for Today’s Job” praised the square-drive screw as a modern replacement for slip-prone. Aren’t those the same Robertson screws?