User Posts: Ronnie Collins
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What Is a Generator and Why You Might Need It at Home?
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The question of how to hook up a generator is one of the most frequently asked and in this article I will try to answer it. But first, let's find out what a ...

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What Kind of Nails You Might Need to Replace or Install a Baseboard
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A baseboard is a strip of wood trim that is attached to the wall, skirting or floor. They are placed every 16″ or so, but this can vary. The purpose of ...

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What is a Brushcutter Sharpener?
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A reel mower sharpener is a great tool for sharpening your reel mower blades. It also works very well for sharpening lawnmower blades and other garden tools. ...

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What is a Chop Saw and How to Use It
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Are you looking for information on what is a chop saw? Well, if you are, you came to the right place. In this article, I will tell you all about chop saws, ...

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How to Drill a Straight Hole Without a Drill Press? – The Easiest Way!
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One of the handiest tools for a woodworker is a drill press. It is a tool that can be used to drill holes in wood, metal, plastic or any other material that is ...

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How Tight Should the Chain be on a Chainsaw? – What is the Proper Chain Tightness?
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The chain tension is one of the most important factors in having a smooth-running, efficient, and quiet saw. A chain that is too loose will wear out very ...

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What is a Sliding Miter Saw and Why You Need One?
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A miter saw is a tool that is used to cut wood, plastic, and metal. The saw is commonly used in construction sites and in wood shops. It is used to cut ...

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How to Use a Chainsaw Sharpener – A Quick and Easy Guide
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Sharpening a chainsaw is an essential part of maintaining a power tool. If it is not sharpened regularly, it will become dull and useless for cutting purposes. ...

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How to Measure Chainsaw Bar? – Easy to Use Guide for Measuring Chains
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Are you wondering how to measure chainsaw bar length? Chances are you are looking for a different bar (blade) for your chainsaw. You are wondering if the bar ...

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What Is a Generator and Why You Might Need One at Home
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A generator is a device that converts mechanical energy into electrical energy. Generators can be powered by electricity, steam, wind, water, solar power, and ...

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How Long Can a Generator Run and Still Be Reliable?
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Many homeowners are faced with the decision to buy a generator to help them gain power during an outage. Generators come in many different sizes and ...

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How to Use an Electric Chainsaw – The Complete Beginners Guide
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Chainsaws are powerful and efficient tools that can be used for a variety of tasks. They are used in the logging industry and for personal use as well. There ...

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How to Adjust Chainsaw Chain – Chainsaw Mastery Tips
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The smoothness of your chainsaw chain can have a huge impact on the safety of your tool. On one hand, a dirty, dull, and poorly adjusted chain can cause ...

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How to Sharpen a Chainsaw With Dremel – The Perfect Guide for Beginners
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Chainsaws are one of the most useful tools you can have on your property. But if they are not cared for properly, they will quickly become useless. The most ...

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How to Tune a Chainsaw – A Quick Guide for Beginners
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When you are cutting wood you need to know how to tune a chainsaw. If you don't, you can end up with a dull, inefficient instrument that will not cut through ...

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How to Shorten a Chainsaw Chain – Quick and Easy
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Chainsaw is a necessity in a survival situation, no matter what the reason. Being able to fell a tree to clear a path for a shelter, make firewood, kindle, and ...

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Best 3000 watt Inverter Generator: Guide for Amateurs
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Many people don’t know how to pick the best 3000 watt inverter generator properly. They give priority to the price instead of paying attention to the quality ...

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Best 2000 watt Inverter Generator: Top Options to Power Essentials
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It is a challenging job to find the best 2000-watt inverter generator that will suit your needs perfectly. Since any inverter generator costs you some money, ...

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Best Drill Press for Metal to Bring Your Workshop to a New Level
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Whether you are an enthusiastic DIYer or someone with a specific passion for metalworking, a drill press can add another dimension to your workshop experience. ...

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Best Air Reciprocating Saw: Reviews and Buyer’s Guide
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An air reciprocating saw is a must-have tool for every DIY worker, contractor, woodworker, or carpenter, from amateur to professional one. The blade of this ...

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Best Cordless Miter Saw – Top 7 Models & Buyer’s Guide
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The time has come, and the large powerful woodworking tools like workbench miter saws are available as cordless cutters. You can take them anywhere you need ...

Browsing All Comments By: Ronnie Collins
  1. Hi, Steven!

    Sometimes when writing reviews, I can’t find some parameters of the equipment. In such cases, I write to support teams of manufacturing companies. Now I wrote to Pulsar support, here is their answer:

    I completely agree with their suggestion: placing a UPS is a good idea to not worry about the appliances.

    Thank you for your comment!

    THD Pulsar G12KBN

  2. Hi, Charles!
    I heard you, I will update the article soon.
    Thank you for the idea!

  3. Hi, Joseph!
    Yes, you can use a Rainer r1200df, but only on petrol, so that it gives out 240 volts. Gas will be 120 volts.

  4. Congratulations on your purchase, this is the best choice for jewelry making!

  5. Hello Zianaanic! The Gator Plus 7-Inch is a premium product made to last. These dry and wet saw blades are suitable for many purposes. They allow you to make perfectly smooth cuts on soft and hard materials. Besides, you can run at a high speed of 8730 rpm, so you can save a lot of time.

  6. Hello, Emerald_004! Thanks for the feedback. I will be happy to help you make the right choice. In my opinion, Remington RM1159 is the best option. This string trimmer is durable and incredibly strong. This tool will deal with any grass that gets in your way, and you don’t have to repeat the process to achieve evenness.

  7. Hello, thanks for reading my blog and happy to help! The most compact portable generator in this collection is the Pulsar 12,000W Dual Fuel. It is small in size and does not take up much space. At the same time, it contains a lot of fuel due to the large fuel tank. It starts up quickly and runs for a long time. If compactness is important to you, this is the best option.

  8. Hello, thanks for reading! I am glad to help! WORX WG509 is, in my opinion, the best model for a small area. It’s quite powerful and convenient. This blower is also very easy to set up and use. It also automatically switches between mods. You don’t have to spend a lot of time to figure out how it works.

  9. Hi Harry! Thank you for the feedback! Everything, of course, depends on what kind of work you are going to do. But in general, such a saw is the most practical. You can buy different chainsaw bars for her and use it for various purposes. Each of these models will last a long time without repairs and special tricks for the use.

  10. Hello! Thanks for your feedback! In my opinion, WEN 4214 is the best option for working with different materials. But other drills may also suit you. The main thing is to put the correct drill.

  11. Hello, Derek! Thank you for reading. SKILSAW SPT70WT-01 is very convenient to store even if the space is small. This model will not interfere with you, taking up a lot of space. It has advanced mobility and is relatively lightweight, so it can suit everyone who wants to use it.

  12. Hello, Chad! Thank you for reading! I’m glad that this saw suits you. Husqvarna is a trustworthy brand that creates high-quality products. This model is really easy-to-use and convenient. Hope you also enjoy how economical the saw is in terms of fuel consumption. I think it will serve you for a long time.

  13. Hello, David! Thanks for your feedback! If this is your first time purchasing a saw and you have never used such a tool before, you will need a rail. You will be more comfortable working with it. If you just decided to update the model, then the old rail will do.

  14. Hello, Mark! In my opinion, Makita XVJ03Z is an excellent combination of reasonable price and high quality. This model of a jigsaw is also lightweight and durable, it’s convenient even for beginners. It will suit you if you’re searching for something without wires that can disturb you during work.

  15. At first glance, these two saws may seem the same, but they are used for different purposes. The main differences between a track saw and a circular saw are that the former has a long track at the front and can easily cross, rip, and corner cuts. The circular saw only makes a transverse and longitudinal cut.

  16. Hi, Aydeeare!
    Cool that you took the advice and bought a good tool!

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    Ronnie Collins 23.12.2019 at 12:17

    Hey there, Bill. I suppose you were using an unsuitable saw for your task. For example, if you want a decent blade for wet/dry cutting of ceramic, marble and porcelain then check QEP сontinuous rim blade. For harder materials, you’ll need something made of steel covered with super abrasive diamonds like the Gator Plus blade.

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    Ronnie Collins 23.12.2019 at 12:07

    Hi, Jackie. Hitachi produces high-quality blades but if you’re looking for something cheaper then I would recommend Dewalt Flexvolt saws. It’s made from steel and each saw has anti-vibration design. I was using these mainly for ripping maple. There’s another cheaper option with Oshlun SDS blades, but they aren’t sold separately and come in packs as far as I know.

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    Ronnie Collins 23.12.2019 at 11:34

    Hello, Rick. All tables saws I mentioned in the reviews are great for everyday work, but if you’re looking for portability then try searching for tabletop saws like Ryobi 7 in. It’s compact and easy to setup. The other neat thing I like about this cabinet saw is a tilting stainless-steel table.

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    Ronnie Collins 23.12.2019 at 11:33

    Thanks, Larry. All products mentioned above are suitable for radial arm saws. My personal favorite here is Freud 9″ Thin Kerf Rip Blade. I’ve been using it mostly in heavy-duty underpowered saws, goes like a knife through butter when cutting hardwood and plywood. It’s also easy to clean because of oversized teeth.

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    Ronnie Collins 23.12.2019 at 11:15

    Hello, Carter. I would say you can’t go wrong with Dewalt and CMT 213. The last one is pricey but it pretty well-balanced thanks to the laser-cut body and micrograin carbide teeth. Moreover, it can be used not only with table saws but also with miter saws and radial saws.

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