Category Archives for Blog

How to Use a Jigsaw to Cut Sheet Metal, Wood, & Tile

  • April 20, 2020

Do you know that most of the professionals & DIYers use a jigsaw to make straight or intricate curved cuts for any kind of woodworking task or making crafts? Why?  Because a jigsaw is one of the easy to use and versatile power tools to cut a variety of materials like thin metal, laminate, plastic, […]

Continue reading

5 Types Of Chainsaws & Their Uses [With Pictures & Videos]

  • April 4, 2020

Is it just us, or do there seem to be hundreds of different chainsaws on the market? Okay, that’s overstating the case a little, but if you’ve been in the market for a chainsaw recently, you’ll understand what we mean. Fortunately, there are just five main types of chainsaws. Every one of the brands online […]

Continue reading

9 Types Of Circular Saws And Their Uses (With Pictures)

  • March 16, 2020

Circular saws are essentially any saw that uses a circular blade. That said, there are many types of circular saws on the market. Each type has a different use, and it’s essential to match the right type of circular saws with each project. If you don’t, you’ll get unreliable results and waste time, money, and […]

Continue reading

Difference Between Worm Drive vs Sidewinder Circular Saw

  • February 29, 2020
Worm Drive Saw vs Sidewinder Circular Saw

In this article, you will learn the differences between word drive circular saw or direct drive aka sidewinder circular saw. You know a circular saw is a 2nd tool every woodworker has in their workshop after a table saw. You won’t find any Jobsite where you don’t find a circular saw.  If you are a […]

Continue reading

Corded vs Cordless Circular Saws – Which One’s Right for You?

  • February 21, 2020
Corded-vs-cordless

The discussion between corded vs cordless tools is age-old conflict and probably will remain so in the coming years. The selection of a corded and cordless is a question of whether you want power or convenience.  In my opinion, the puzzle between corded vs cordless debate always comes down to one issue and that is, […]

Continue reading

7 Best Tools to Cut Tile without a Wet Saw

  • January 29, 2020
how-to-cut-tile

In this article, we are going to share 7 tools on how to cut tile without a wet saw. So if you’re about to break ground on your first tile project and you’re wondering which tools you actually need and which tools you can just forget about. This article is going to help you do […]

Continue reading

Types of Miter Saws and Their Uses

  • January 14, 2020
types-of-miter-saws

Miter saws work with various types of circular blades, suited for different types of tasks to offer greater flexibility and versatility. Whether you are looking for the best basic miter saw that makes straight crosscuts for small boards or a sliding compound miter saw that makes larger and longer cuts for crown molding, picture frames, […]

Continue reading

6 Types Of Table Saws you must know about

  • November 1, 2019

One of the most widely used power tool for carpenters is a Table saw. There are all sorts of saws on the market. Generally, there are 7 types of table saws which are compact, benchtop, Jobsite, contractor, hybrid, cabinet, and sliding table saws. We will discuss each of them in detail below. Benchtop Saw Benchtop […]

Continue reading

Reciprocating Saw vs Jigsaw – Which is Best & Why?

  • September 27, 2019
Reciprocating Saw Vs Jigsaw

Remodeling your house? Cutting large chunks of plywood? Have a demolition project coming up? Then you’re probably considering getting either a reciprocating saw or a jigsaw. These saws are very different but are typically used for similar projects, which makes it difficult to choose.  Both jigsaw tool and recip saw have the only one resemblance […]

Continue reading

Jigsaw Vs Circular Saw Comparison – Which One to Choose?

  • August 7, 2019
Jigsaw-vs.-Circular-Saw

Whether you are an experienced woodworker or a beginner, jigsaw and circular saws are among the most important power tools that you should have in your workshop. These tools almost work the same and at times, they may be used to do the same tasks. If you are looking to cut plywoods, and 2×2’s and […]

Continue reading