Tool Accessories

Tool Accessories

If you need to use a saw so you can cut a wide range of woods, you need to make sure that you have the right saw blade. It’s likely that the saw blade in question will need to be tough enough to cut through all types of wood, and strong enough to keep going for hours on end. Here is where we can come in and help; we have put together a list of the 5 best table saw blades, so that you are just that little bit closer to using the right blade for you. Read more...

Finding the right miter saw blade is not always that easy, particularly as there are so many different blades on the market right now. Some miter saws need to be used with very specific blades, whereas others can be used with a range of compatible blades. Regardless of what type of saw you have, you may struggle to find the right blade. However, we have made life a little easier for you and reviewed 5 of the very best blades so you can get that little bit closer to finding the right blade for the job. Read more...

If you are looking for a drill bit set, chances are you already know that there are a lot of different sets on the market. It’s not always easy finding the right drill bit set for the jobs you want to undertake, but we like to think we have made your search a little bit easier. Take a look at the five products that we have reviewed below; we believe these are the best drill bit sets on the market right now, and you may find your perfect drill bet set from the list below, so you can get your jobs done using the right tools. Read more...

Finding the right bit for the job is crucial. Your whole task depends on it. Making a mistake in your chose will affect the outcome of your job and potently seriously harm it. This is why we have decided to put together a few options of router bit sets so you will always have the right bit for the task ahead. Read more...

So, a rip cut is accentual when cutting timber. If you did not already know ripping is splitting the wood parallel to the wood grain. The opposite to a rip cut is a cross cut. This naturally cuts perpendicular the wood grain. Due to the nature of cutting across the wood grain the cross cut shears the wood. However, when ripping the wood, the blades act as a chisel what splinters the wood. This is all down to the blade you use, which is why you need to get it right. Read more...