- Kity's new fretsaw cuts it really fine. // Cabinet Maker;03/13/98, Issue 5079, p24
Presents Stayer Power Tools' Kity 417 fretsaw for cutting wood alloy and plastic. Other uses of the bench model fretsaw; Accessories.
- Power. // Electronic Design;7/10/95, Vol. 43 Issue 14, p128H
Features products connected with power. Includes the features of 1200-V IGBT modules; DCS Series of 1000- and 3000-W programmable switching power supply; Addition of four input versions to the NDI family of MIL-spec, 1000 W ac-to-dc line of high power modules.
- Mower resolutions. Sprockett, Doc // Flower & Garden;Feb1990, Vol. 34 Issue 1, p70
Opinion. Explains some preventive maintenance for lawnmower engines. How to clean up dirt and grease; Air filter; Oil and gasoline; Rotary blade.
- Portable power without gasoline. Gibson, H.E. // Flower & Garden;Feb1990, Vol. 34 Issue 1, p74
Evaluates some cordless, battery-powered garden equipment. Toro and Black & Decker battery packs. 16-inch Black & Decker hedge trimmer; Black & Decker yard trimmer; Toro 25,000-candlepower Halogen BriteLite; More.
- Monster routers--why you need one. Hand, A.J. // Popular Science;Nov87, Vol. 231 Issue 5, p110
Routers with half-inch chucks can make incredibly smooth cuts in wood. With the number of bits available, any workshoppers can transform a router into a shaper and do some very clever work.
- Portable radials. McCafferty, P. // Popular Science;Jan88, Vol. 232 Issue 1, p88
A look at two radial-arm saws that are light enough to tote to the job--and good enough to get it done. The Black & Decker saw folds for portage and storing. Ryobi's bench-top model has a bonus feature--an 18500-rpm router spindle.
- Hands-off router. De Cristoforo, R.J. // Popular Science;Mar89, Vol. 234 Issue 3, p114
Discusses how to turn a portable router into a super-versatile overarm pin router by building a simple and inexpensive mount. INSET: Materials list..
- 6 for the shop. Hand, A.J.; McCafferty, P. // Popular Science;Mar90, Vol. 236 Issue 3, p92
Gives descriptions, specifications, and price of several tools for the home workshop.
- End of the kickbacks. McCafferty, Phil; Mayersohn, Norman S. // Popular Science;May93, Vol. 242 Issue 5, p35
States that the same strategy to improve safety in circular-saw blades--limiting per-tooth cut depth and thus reducing the possibility of blade kickback--is taking hold in the router-bit ranks. Stringent standards originally set for the German market have helped push such developments, even to...