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Posted By: Chris P BaconOne tool that I find very useful especially timber framing is my little Ryobi cordless circular saw, it's obviously not up to heavy jobs but it is very handy for lots of situations, had it up on the roof with me today cutting roofing battens for example.
Posted By: fostertomI remember being impressed by someone in Green Building mag describing his must-have tool - a worm-drive Skil-type saw which because the motor is in line is narrow and light enough to hang from the belt of typical US carpenter, used up on the roof instead of a hand saw. Not avail in UK AFAIK and if imported will be 110v.
Posted By: James NortonAnyone ever come across a corded drill with a clutch like a cordless drill driver?J
Posted By: borpinBHP452 18V Cordless LXT Combi DrillSpecifications:Max torque S/H - 32/50 NmBlows per minute - 0-22500 bpmNo load speed - 0-1500 rpmBTD140 18V Cordless Impact DriverSpecifications:Max torque - 145 NmImpacts - 0-3200 ipmNo load speed - 0-2300 rpm
Posted By: Chris P Baconhttp://www.dynatools.co.uk/proddetail.asp?prod=ryobisaw" >http://www.dynatools.co.uk/proddetail.asp?prod=ryobisawThat's the Ryobi circular saw I have but without the laser fandango, it came in a kit with the drill and charger.If I can find some suitable wire I will try spiking my lazy battery in the next day or two.
Posted By: HairlocksWhen the going gets tough, speed slowed down, the impact driver starts impacting, you then squeeze and bit harder and the speed increases.
Posted By: James NortonPosted By: HairlocksWhen the going gets tough, speed slowed down, the impact driver starts impacting, you then squeeze and bit harder and the speed increases....how come the impacting doesn't just bounce the bit out of the screw head?J
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