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8 Tips On Preventing Tool Theft And Recovering Stolen Tools
Chris   June 27, 2012   0   1  
All to often I see news reports about tools that are stolen from a jobsite. These tools are required for a person in construction to do his or her job, and a loss of tools can be very damaging. Below I have put together a list of tips – some obvious, some not – on how you can prevent tool theft and how you can recover stolen tools.
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Weekend Links
Chris   June 02, 2012   1   0  
Dust Free Drilling with the Dust Bubble - Homefixated Need to drill a hole and leave no evidence behind? Check out this cool and weird product that will capture the dust into a bubble that you can then throw into the trash. A vacuum is probably more practical for a lot of drilling, but if you have a few holes, this bubble might save you. Load-N-Lock Lunch Bucket - ToolSkool When you go to work you need a manly lunch. The Load-N-Lock Lunch Bucket is big enough to hold your...
Mud Math Figuring Concrete Volume with SketchUp
Chris   March 08, 2012   1   0  
Google SketchUp is a powerful 3D design tool, and builders have taken notice and are using it to help with their daily work.  You can design and build a house in 3D from scratch, or you can go into finer details and use SketchUp to calculate those tricky compound miter angles. Another handy trick that can be used by professionals and DIYers alike is calculating the volume of concrete needed for a job.
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