The Rain Bird sprinkler-adjusting screwdriver is a good single-purpose tool, but can also come in handy as a problem-solver.
Learn about the 3 main ways to fasten T-slot aluminum together.
Just what are ECX screwdrivers and bits? What kind of screws are they designed to drive? Read on to find out.
Lee Valley has some new double head screws that they say are the “best ever” for hanging pictures.
FastCap RocLoc anchors are super-strong drywall anchors that are easily installed and removed.
Kreg’s coming out with a new custom pocket hole plug cutter that works with their full-size jigs. Do you plug your pocket holes?
Do you have any strong preferences when it comes with nailer nails?
Here’s a neat one-bolt bracket for securing plywood together at right angles!
The Mayhew NailBoss straightens bent nails and drives them backwards through the front of lumber for easier removal.
The Camo Hidden Fastener system provides an easy way to fasten deck boards without unsightly screw heads. Here’s Ben’s experience with the system after using it to build a small deck.
There’s a new modified Phillips screwdriver bit that is said to make traditional Phillips bits obsolete once and for all.
Here are 3 more types of elastic cable wraps – Bongo Ties, Planet Waves hooked elastic ties, and ball bungees.
Just when I thought I was done buying fasteners, I needed *just one more* size. Again.
A dual-cutting hollow punch set is perfect for making your own custom-sized rubber washers and gaskets!
What do you think of screw and fastener assortments? Are they worth the money or not?
Outlaw Fasteners have come out with a new innovative deck screw that they say is the World’s Best. Are they right? We’re inclined to say yes.
A couple of Spax screws were more than a match for the oversized holes drilled into store-bought speakers stands. Hoorah!
Recent testing is said to prove that Paslode’s nails meet code requirements for corrosion resistance and dimensional tolerances.
Kreg has come out with a complete pocket hole jig kit, and a screwdriver assortment complete with an organizer Toolbox.
Are there any ways to prevent the unauthorized removal of square-recess/Robertson screws?