The Cole-Bar hammer project has been steadily moving closer to completion.
One year later, the xDrill still hasn’t been delivered to Kickstarter backers.
You probably don’t need this fancy precision screwdriver.
Whatever happened to the Coolbox tool box?
Here’s a look at the “drill of the future.”
The M1 Caliber is a miter saw add-on that looks to make manual measurements obsolete.
The Combar is a new outdoors multi-tool, with a rugged and feature-rich design.
Who would have thought a coaster would make me “ooh” and “aah”?!
Hobby Creek has come out with the new Mini Hand, a compact but flexible (in more ways than one) small component workholding system.
What do you think of “Stacks,” a new functional desktop art cable stops?
Is Kickstarter (and other crowdfunding sites) awesome? Or do they suck?
It looks like the Cole-Bar, which was a multi-functional hammer that was funded via Kickstarter, will never make it into hopeful users’ hands. (Update: Check out comments for the latest info.)
There’s a new modified Phillips screwdriver bit that is said to make traditional Phillips bits obsolete once and for all.
The Titanium Pocket Bit is a new double-ended screwdriver bit that adds some near-weightless functionality to your keychain.
The PCB Rax is a new circuit board support system that is seeking fundraising support via Kickstarter.
Twist Tubes are a new type of modular storage system for small parts and tools.
The Tool Pen is a sleek and compact multi-bit screwdriver that looks great for your EDC tool kit, glove box, or minimalist tool bag.
The Repair Rebel is a new style of all-in-one bike multi-tool.
Shopbot’s new portable CNC machine, the Handibot, is designed to be brought to the work.
The new Flipout cordless screwdriver head can bend, rotate, and pivot, with an unprecedented level of adjustability.