Articles from AJ Hamler
How to Choose What Workshop Power Planer to Buy as a Shop Planer and Jointer
Planers are specialized tools in the shop, but can be very versatile and useful woodworking tools, this guide will help you choose the features you want.
CGG Schmidt Saw Blades Feature Noise Reduction and Laser-cut for Woodworking
C.G.G. Schmidt saw blades come in nine different types for use in most shop situations, with laser cut blade slots and vibration control for cleaner, quieter cuts.
Seven Top Table Saw Blades Put to a Workshop Test
Perhaps no tool gets more heavy-duty use in the shop than the table saw blade, so having a good one is key, and AJ Hamler put the top seven to work.
Amana AGE Saw Blades Make Crosscuts and ArmorMAX Coating Prevents Rust
Coming in eight different varieties for any shop need, Amana’s new A.G.E. blades have increased durability and are easier to clean up, thanks to the ArmorMAX coating.
Freud Saw Blade Line Include New Table Saw, Track Saw, and Dado Blades
Freud’s ever expanding saw blade collection introduced new blades in 2011 for almost every workshop tool, including the growing number of track saws.
Total Saw Solutions Micro-Kerf 40 Saw Blade Thinnest Carbide Blade But Has Efficient Cutting Power
Total Saw Solution’s Micro-Kerf bade is dime thin, but provides surprising cutting power out of the smallest carbide blade on the market.
Forrest Duraline Woodworker II Saw Blades Cut Hardwood on Any Tablesaw
Forrest’s Woodworker II blade line continues to expand, including thin kerf blades that upgrade older and underpowered saws to full cutting strength.
Delta Full Kerf Melamine Saw Blade’s Hollow-Ground Teeth Cuts Plastic Laminate and More
Delta’s full kerf melamine saw blades use hollow-ground teeth and clipped corners so cutting melamine and other difficult materials is easy.
CMT ITK Contractor Blade Solid for Large Construction as well as Box Joint Cuts
CMT ITK blades are designed to be durable enough to do large scale construction, but also work well for smaller home projects on your saw.
Portable Power Tools Get Smaller Thanks to Engineering and Li-Ion Batteries
Over the past few years, portable power tools have been getting smaller thanks to good engineering and increasing advances in battery power.