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December 3, 2014
Quiet at 67 db.
April 5, 2012
Q: The air compressor shown in FWW #225 (p. 88) appeared to have its drain valve replaced with a ball valve. How do I do that to my own compressor? Nathanial…
February 9, 2012
Q: I’ve just bought a compressor. Is it OK to leave the tank under pressure between uses? Declan Langdale, Macclenny, FL A: I spoke with Dough Schlefke, the National Service Manager…
November 1, 2008
This new product uses CO2 canisters to drive nails and brads--no air compressor or fuel cell required
September 18, 2007
Instead of lugging your portable air compressor around the shop, build this small wheeled cart that makes it easy to roll the compressor wherever it is needed. The cart, made…
January 1, 2007
The DeWalt Emglo compressor is a compact tool with lots of power
The Bostitch Trim Air compressor is light-weight and portable with adequate power for finish nailing tasks
November 14, 2006
Q: I work in a basement shop, where I use a small, noisy, “pancake” air compressor. Can I enclose it in a cabinet to soften the noise? Jeff Dinardo, Concord, MA…
December 12, 2005
Pneumatic hold-downs keep your workpieces secure for common tasks such as routing and sanding
September 12, 2005
It’s hard to overstate just how useful an air compressor can be in a woodshop. Compressors not only power a wide range of tools -- everything from nail guns to spray guns…
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