Talkin' Tools

Talkin' tools is my series where I inform (and hopefully inspire) about a specific tool. The goal is to help women feel empowered and prepared to handle power tools.

Tutorials:

Pop Rivet Gun

Angle Grinder

How To Cut a Perfect Circle On a Table Saw
Speed Square
Power Drills
Electric Air Compressor

6 comments:

  1. Without stuff in your air tools, parts can break. Period. you want to properly oil your air tools to confirm moving elements will move while not excess friction. Over-oiling can even produce a sludge at intervals the tool which will slow it down.

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  2. Excellent info here, I am currently doing some research and found exactly what I was looing for.

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  3. My wife rarely uses power tools before because she felt it was complicated. But reading female DIY woodworkers somehow inspired her that it can be done! Thanks for sharing this.

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    1. Thanks Tom! It totally makes my day to hear that! It takes a little practice, but almost anyone can learn how to build some awesome things and wield power tools like a pro. Tell your wife she's awesome!

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