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Top 7 Best Tools Every One Should Have 17

Circular Cutter

This circular saw is specially developed for cutting large format pieces. This power tool allows you to reduce the handling of heavy parts. It works with 180 mm diameter diamond blades. It can be used for wet and dry cutting. You can easily adjust the cutting thickness up to 55 mm. It has a lateral stop that guides the cut along the side edge of the material. Its 6.7 kg weight makes it perfect for the professional installer of large format ceramic tiles.

Mortising Hammer

This demolition hammer combines performance and user-friendliness for your demolition work. This tool gives the operator every opportunity for precise setting for the demolition, mortising or chiseling. It offers 12-fold chisel adjustments and vibration-damped handles. The additional handles make operating the tool successful and fatigue-free, even in the toughest of applications. The additional handle can be rotated through 360 ° and it swivels through 8 degrees. A transport case, chisel grease, and a side handle are included when you buy the tool.

Folding And Other Ladders

As this manufacturer’s ladders are designed for different possibilities and applications, every ladder is unique. There is a special ladder for every job. Whether you are a DIY enthusiast or professional there is a specific ladder. It can be a folding ladder, a façade ladder, or a telescopic ladder. In their large range, you will find what you are looking for. All their ladders have one thing in common: whatever ladder you are using, you always work safely at any height.

Rod Bender

This product is lightweight and easy to use. It also saves you a lot of money. The tool gives you a new quick and easy solution for bending rods and flat stock brackets. You can use it for your hanging brackets for auto exhausts. It can also be used for utility hooks to organize your shop. And it can also be used for decorative metal. You will be able to bend up to 1/4” x 1” flat stock and rods up to 3/8”.

How To Drill Through Tiles

With the right tools, it is easy to drill through tiles without damaging them. First, ensure that the tile has no flaws and that it is not cracked. Then measure precisely where you want to bore the hole. Use a multi-material drill and use it at the maximum speed. Clear the hole and use your drill again to drill in the wall behind the tile. For porcelain tiles, it is always better to use use a diamond dry drill bit.

Multi Torpedo Laser Level

This tool allows laser and bubble levels. You can work horizontally, vertically and with 45 degrees applications. The operating range is 30 m maximum. Point leveling has a range of 10m for line leveling. This makes it ideal for indoor construction. Its adjustable foot aids in precise leveling. You have a hands-free option with the tool’s magnetic base with a V-groove. The tool can be mounted on a tripod or against a wall.

One-Hand Clamp

With this tool, you need only one hand to clamp the material. The design allows you to work fast and safe. With its clamping pressure of up to 120 kg, it is ideal for professional use. Its ergonomic handle with a non-slip zone for safe and comfortable handling makes the tool very comfortable to work with. You can change the pressure effortlessly with the push of a button. The clamps have rubberized clamping areas and extreme 100 mm throat clearance. This is a handy and comfortable tool to have.

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