Milwaukee recently sent me a pack of their carbide thick metal cutting sawzall blades. I am a big fan of Diablo’s normally so let’s see how Milwaukee’s hold up and how they compare.
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I was recently sent a bizarre new tool from Dremel called the Versa that appears to be a cleaning tool. It’s not often I’m in need of a cleaning tool, but let’s open this thing up to see how it works.
Today we’re going to test out the Milwaukee 56pc 3/8 drive ratchet/socket set. I’ve tried a lot of different socket sets throughout my career. Most of them are pretty similar in their function. Some of them are shaped a little bit differently or they’re either more or less a pain in the ass to work with.
I have not used a standard set of screwdrivers in over a decade. Everything I use is designed specifically for electricians, even those that are not electrically insulated. Home Depot sent me this set Husky set so let’s see what it has to offer an electrician.
TOOL REVIEW – BOSCH Bulldog Xtreme 1/2 in. x 10 in. x 12 in. SDS-Plus Carbide Rotary Hammer Drill Bit
I almost exclusively use Bosch masonry bits when drilling holes for anchors to mount electrical panels or anchor strut to block walls. In my opinion they have the most diverse and best quality masonry bits on the market. Let’s dig into this SDS-Plus Carbide bit they sent me.
I’m a huge fan of Diablo carbide saw blades, and their new Cermet Steel Demon blades are unbelievably powerful. This 7-1/4” cermet circular-saw blade can cut through all electrical metallic tubing up to 2”, all rigid metal conduit up to 2”, and both thin and thick uni-strut. This thing is a beast!