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  • Oscillating Tool from Dremel
  • Source: BUILDING PRODUCTS Magazine 12/6/2011
  • The new Multi-Max MM20 and MM40 offer almost 50 percent more power than the average oscillating tool and are an ideal addition for any job site to make quick cuts and more. More

From Our Manufacturers

  • Porter-Cable Launches New 4 1/2 " Slide Switch Small Angle Grinders With Tool-Free Guard Feature
  • Source: ebuild 2/10/2011
  • Porter-Cable announces the launch of its new 4-1/2" Small Angle Grinders (PC60TCTAG and PC60TAG) that are designed to offer contractors performance, ergonomics, ease of use and durability. Both the PC60TAG and the PC60TCTAG will ship with a standard grinding guard, however the PC60TCTAG comes with an additional Type 1 Cutting Guard, which meets UL standards for cutting with a small angle grinder. More
  • Application Specific Sawzall Blades Solve Common Frustrations
  • Source: ebuild 2/10/2011
  • Milwaukee Electric Tool Corporation expands the new wood-cutting SAWZALL blade offering with two new Application Specific blades focused on eliminating key user frustrations. While the recently launched wood-cutting blades appeal to the majority of users by delivering the fastest cuts, most nail durability, and quickest plunge cuts on the market, the new Flush Cut and Rough-In blades fill critical voids in the market by solving problems often encountered in trade-specific applications. More