This post is sponsored by The Home Depot. I’ve always whipped out a hack saw or angle grinder and abrasive disc when I wanted to cut some metal. Or, for thin sheet stock, the trusty old tin snips. A few years ago I got my first carbide-toothed metal-cutting miter saw blade. We’ve all heard about how fragile carbide teeth are, so it might be a surprise that such a thing even exists. Yet here we are; cutting steel with the Diablo Steel Demon cermet carbide-toothed blade. On a circular saw, no less! For a new favorite way to cut mild and stainless steel, we reverently say “hell-o” to this heavenly red devil! Read More
Ok, I admit it – the first thing that got my attention about the Bladerunner Drywall Cutting Tool was its super cool name. What can I say? Anything that has anything to do with Harrison Ford will turn my head (I even went and saw Indian Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull – in the theater). This allegiance to Harrison has sometimes led to disappointments (see last sentence about latest Indiana Jones installment) but luckily for me, the Blade Runner by Goldblatt Tools turns out to be pretty darn impressive.