Weekend Links: Flexible Plywood, Oldest Known Swiss Army Knife

Weekend Links: Flexible Plywood, Oldest Known Swiss Army Knife

Chris   May 12, 2012  
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4LTX Shelf Bracket – Inventor's Corner - ToolSkool

ToolSkool came across some cool little shelf/furniture brackets while at the National Hardware Show. The 4LTX brackets can turn 3/4-inch wood into shelving, furniture, bookcase, tables, and more in a matter of minutes. Mladen, the inventor is originally from Bosnia and is trying to live the American dream.

Flexible & Formaldehyde-Free Plywood – Closets Daily

Plywood is not very flexible and even the thinner sheets can be a pain to bend, but a new flexible plywood from Columbia Forrest Products looks like it could be a winner. The sheets are 1/4-thick and can bend to a radius as small as 12-inches. They can be veneered to get the look you are after and they come in 4x8 sheets.

A New DeWalt Cordless Miter Saw? - ????

This week there were a couple of posts that pointed to a DeWalt Youtube video where a cordless DeWalt Miter Saw could be seen in the background. Guess what? These posts vanished off the face of the earth and so did the video. To me this means that a DeWalt cordless miter saw is indeed in the works, though of course, I could be wrong.

The Stone Age in Switzerland – Floating around Google+

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