#Woodpeckers_Inc Tool Review, My growing collection

My growing collection fo Woodpeckers tools. Just a quick ove view of the omes I have and a couple on order.
Woodpecker tools are machined to tolerances of .001 that is some serious precision.

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Click on the links below for each tool

Saw Guage:

One time Tool – Odd Job

Precision Woodworking Square Model 641

Precision clamping square

Miter Clamp Set

One Time Tool – Bevel Guage

One Time Tool – Angle Reference Plate


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Woodworking – Milwaukee 12 Volt Tool System Review

http://www.woodworkweb.com/woodwork-topics/woodworking-tool-reviews/331-milwaukee-m12-cordless-system.html In this video we review the Milwaukee M12 cordless LITHIUM-ION system, including the Milwaukee cordless LITHIUM-ION Screwdriver, Cordless LITHIUM-ION 3/8″ Drill Driver and Cordless LITHIUM-ION Radio

Woodworking Tool Reviews

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Woodworking Tool Reviews.

I have bought other tools from mapsyst and they have been quality and the same is true for this one. This is an excellently made, high quality, well built tool that I expect will last long beyond my use of it. This is a lifetime tool, the kind you buy once and never need to replace, I like that a lot. This is adze is perfect for bowl making and it does its job very well.Very Recommended!.

1. Curved Bowl Woodcarving Woodworking Adze + Small Curve + Steel 4150!!!
2. Kidde 21005785 Pro 460 Fire Extinguisher
3. ATG 34+844/M MaxiFlex Endurance + Nylon, Micro+Foam Nitrile Grip Gloves + Black/Gray + Medium + 12 Pair Per Pack
4. Rocky Mens Long Range WP Navy and Brown Western Boots FQ0008656 +10.5 W
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Bored of lame tool reviews? Meet Makita’s new Hypoid Saw.

Bored to tears with “This is the greatest new tool, watch me cut things” bobble-head reviews? This is not that.

We teardown a brand new Makita hypoid saw for woodworking. I review the construction of this saw from the inside out, complete with electrical testing and explanation of the difference between a Skilsaw Worm Gear and the Makita Hypoid. I use a microscope to show the surface and wear-in of the gears.
We also test the melting point of Makita’s plastic tool housing.
This isn’t a sales review, this is part reverse-engineering and part hacking.

What are worm and hypoid gears? skip to 8:25
Take away from gear explanation skip to 10:15
Running the saw on DC battery power skip to 28:00
How much torque does this saw produce? skip to 22:00
What oil does Makita Hypoid use? skip to skip to 17:00
What is that plastic thing on the tool power cord? skip to 2:45
What temperature does plastic housing melt? skip to 18:30
Use of microscope to inspect surface of gears skip to 12:00

Errata: OLD cars use spiral bevels they mostly changed to hypoid in the 40s. Ooops.
“It really was the point of the hypoid gear in automobiles because it allowed for lower floors and tunnels in cars.” -anonymic79