This time I’m visiting a generational difference in Kreg tools – the older R3 and the newer K4 pocket hole jig. Is the difference that big? In what ways? Read on about the 4 main differences I see here.
This time I’m taking us on a welding journey, with two of the industry’s most prominent brands. How do Miller and Hobart welders differ? In their operation – and here’s my explanation on that!
Kreg is the standard in terms of joining pocket holes and general wood work – both for DIYers or veterans in the field. This time I’m looking at their ‘K’ family – and why the K5 is vastly superior.
Man, I grew up with Craftsman tools. Sadly, I – and other DIY enthusiasts, have observed a drop in their quality. Tekton, while young, have some pretty good sockets. Here’s my overall opinion.