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From the Archives: Changing the Drive Belt on a Husqvarna Cut Off Saw or Fire Rescue Saw

We’ve gotten a lot of interest lately about cut off saw and fire rescue saw maintenance, so we decided to repost this article on changing a Husqvarna K970 saw’s drive belt. 150 more words


New: Products of the Week, 4.10.14

One-handed band saws, black toilets, and three other products that caught our eye this week.

Makita’s new XBP01 18-volt LXT lithium-ion compact band saw weighs only 7.5 pounds—up to 25% less than competitors, according to the company—and has a cover over the blade, allowing for one-handed operation. 296 more words

New Products

How to Keep Saws and Other Fire Rescue Equipment Running, by Firefighter Nation

You’ve got a lot of things to do as a firefighter, and calls are only one of them. You have to train, maintain your certifications, fill out paperwork, do truck and inventory checks… Maintaining your equipment is probably the… 165 more words


The Hand Tool Shop

Posted By: Gary Rogowski

What if your hand skills at the bench rivaled what you could do with a machine? What if your degree of accuracy with a hand plane matched what you could cut off with a router? 364 more words

Surgical Equipment Market By Big Market Research

Surgical equipments are medical tools made of stainless steel, titanium, chromium, and molybdenum used to perform various operations such as cutting, dissecting, grasping, suturing etc. Surgical instrument market falls under medical devices market, which has generated revenue of $240 billion in 2013. 431 more words

Medical Devices

It Begins: Public Shaming of Utility Customers

And so, it begins. The public shaming of utility customers in our “community” who use too much.

It begins in a way that most people can agree with.  123 more words

Tea Party/Liberty

Xeriscape to Conserve Water

Here in Texas, but also throughout much of the southern and western United States, communities have been faced with increased demands on existing water supplies. Consequently, there is a greater focus on water conservation, not just in times of drought, but in anticipation of future population growth. 431 more words