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Repair, Restore, Remodel: Five Multi-tools That Will Multiply Your Productivity

For renovations, repairs, and restorations craftsmen demand a tool that delivers always professional results. For all these applications, and many more – there exists one tool to champion over all others, the multi-tool. A multi-tool is, as the name indicates, is a tool – one tool – that performs multiple functions. For versatility and functionality a multi-tool is truly unbeatable. The design of most multipurpose tools makes them ideal for tight space applications and close quarter work in corners and on floors. Utilizing oscillation technology, or a rapid, successive back and forth motion, a multi-tool cuts and sands, scrapes and grinds with better handling and precision than any other tool available. This oscillation, not unlike vibration, delivers optimal control, precision, and accuracy in all its applications.
From the company that developed the world’s first oscillating MultiMaster over 41 years ago, there are several multipurpose tools available. In 1967 Fein developed the first power tool to utilize this coveted oscillating technology To begin, Fein’s MultiMaster Start is a high performance tool designed around beginners and simple home-repairs and restorations. The Start is the first link in Fein’s MultiMaser chain (behind the MultiMaster Select and MultiMaster Top), but at no sacrifice to quality, performance, or professionalism. The Start is a true-blue MultiMaster capable of all cutting, grinding, scraping, and sanding applications; and utilizes some of the most advanced accessories for sawing, scraping, and etc. The Start’s lightweight and ergonomic design make it simple to use and control, and with a powerful, variable speed (up to 21,000 OPM), 250 watt motor – Fein’s Start is both strong and versatile. This superior versatility makes the Start a great tool for simple renovations like flooring, tile work, windows, and cabinets. Fein’s Multi-Master Start includes one sanding pad (with hook and loop design for easy changes on the job) and five of each type of sanding sheet in 60, 80, 120, and 180 grain. The start also includes: a key and mounting bolts – a rigid stopping knife for lifting linoleum, carpet, adhesive residue, paint, tape etc. – and a (29mm) universal E-Cut blade for base and flooring work. The E-Cut blade is ideal for door jambs, baseboards, toe kicks, and other flooring applications. It effortlessly cuts through plaster, wood, drywall, and plastic and synthetic materials. The blade has an unique fine tooth pattern for enhanced control, accuracy, and blade life – and a flush cut design that provides perfectly perpendicular cuts for flooring and tight areas.
Fein’s MultiMaster Select and Top both offer the features of the Start with a few more benefits. The MultiMaster Select is a professional renovation tool built with Fein’s tool-free quickIN rapid clamping system which allows for quick and simple, keyless accessory changes and the same powerful, variable speed motor. The Select includes, in addition, a carbide tipped saw blade and an HSS segmented saw blade. The carbide blade is is essential in removing damaged tile joints and carving grooves in plaster, concrete, and other similar building materials. The flat, high-speed segmented blade is designed for cutting hardwoods and other hard materials like carbon-fiber, fiber-glass, and 20 gauge sheet metal. The blade’s segmented shape allows it to cut right, or ninety degree angles without over-cutting. Now, the MultiMaster Top is designed to help craftsmen professionally complete the most detailed jobs or hobby projects. It includes the same accessories as the Start and Select, and all the additional ones necessary to champion a wide range of applications. The Top includes a perforated sanding pad with 5 more of each grain (60, 80, 120, and 180, perforated), a profile sanding set, dust extraction device, plastic carrying case, and a triangular, perforated, carbide rasp for grinding filler, adhesive, concrete, stone, and wood. Fein’s MultiMasters are generally more expensive than their competitors, but, Fein also has the experience, technology, and longevity to provide an exceptional product.
Now, after losing their patent around a year-or-so ago, Fein has some tough competition. Bosch has just released their new Multi-X multifunction tool powered by a professional, high-performance 12v motor. Oscillating from 5,000 – 20,000 OPM, the tool’s variable speed dial is designed to provide the huge range of applications and speed adjustments needed for a craftsman’s very multifaceted work day. For enhanced versatility and precision, Bosch’s Multi-X has multiple position settings rotating in 30 degree increments, and a tool holder with a 240 degree angle adjustment for optimized tool movement. Weighing only 2. 12 lbs Bosch’s multi-tool has a soft grip, a small perimeter, and a comfortable ergonomic design. This comfortable design reduces operator stress and fatigue, and maximizes overall performance on the job. To protect your projects and materials as you work, Bosch’s multi-tool also has a no-mar plastic nose. The Multi-X is powered with Bosch’s Litheon battery technology which utilizes lithium ion technology to achieve optimal battery life and power. Litheon batteries are lightweight and compact delivering maximized power in a more effecient package. Bosch has also incorporated a built-in fuel gauge for battery charge control. Capable of countless applications, the Multi-X is ideal for seasoned craftsmen and carpenters, and serious do-it-yourself-ers alike.
The Multi-X is compatible with a huge range of premium performance Bosch accessories including: plunge cuts for both metal and wood, sanding pads, and grout removal and flush cut accessories. An etched depth gauge for accurate capacity measurements, and Bosch’s universal interface are also available. The interface makes the Multi-X compatible with accessories and attachments from other manufacturers. The Multi-X is available in two packages: the PS50-2A and PS50-2B. The Multi-X PS50-2A include and HCS wood plunge cut blade, sanding plate set, sanding paper, two Litheon 12v max batteries, an adapter, 30 minute charger, and carrying case for security and convenience. The PS50-2B includes everything from the previous package, with three additional HCS wood plunge cut blades and an HCS wood segment blade. Bosch’s Multi-X is versatile, durable, efficient, and backed by Bosch’s Provantage three year tool protection plan.
Dremel has also introduced a Multi-Max multifunction tool to give these others a run for their money. With a 1. 5 Amp motor powerful enough to cut through even a 1-1/4in. oak door jamb, Dremel’s Multi-Max is truly tough. Ranging from 10,000 – 21,000 OPM (oscillations per minute) the tool has a huge speed range for optimized control and versatility. For better access to tight or confined areas, and enhanced operator control and comfort, Dremel’s Multi-Max also has a compact and ergonomic design. The Multi-Max has a separate on/off switch which maintains speed setting even after the tool is shut off, and an electronic feedback to ensure consistent speed throughout even the toughest applications. The tool also features a Quick Fit mechanism which allows for faster, easier use, and changes accessories up to twice as a fast as other tools. The Dremel Multi-Max kit includes: a sanding pad with three pieces of tough sanding paper for wood, metal, and chipboard – a flexible scraper for tough removal of caulk and adhesive – a 3in. wood and drywall half-round blade which is also ideal for plastics – a 3-1/4in. wood blade for wood, plastic, and drywall cutting – and a carrying case for convenience and portability. Also coming with Dremel’s two year limited warranty, the Dremel Multi-Max is compatible with a number of other grinding, cutting, and sanding accessories making it one of the most versatile tools available today.
The versatility of a multi-tool is absolutely unbeatable. For grinding, sanding, cutting, and scraping there is no challenger to its accuracy and functionality. With unique oscillation technology the multi-tool precisely and perfectly takes your repairs, remodels, and restorations to an entirely new level.

As a student at the University of Utah, Mallory Kramer is currently earning an Englinsh degree. Three years ago she joined M&M Tool adding to their over 150 years combined experience; there, she specializes in tool parts and web communications. For over 60 years M&M Tool has provided professional service to the tool industry with parts, sales, and service to professional level woodworking products, tools and machinery.

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Stock Market Trading – Top 4 Trading Myths That Jeopardize Your Success

Do you believe buy & hold is safe? Or that selling short is risky? Read below the top 4 myths that are widely believed, and keeping people from their trading potential. When you properly understand these myths, you will be leaps ahead of everyone else. Myth #1 Selling Short Is RiskyThis trading myth comes from the fact that some stocks can trade down to zero while there is no limit to how high that stock can trade. So losses for long positions are limited on the downside, but short positions can suffer unlimited losses. But the belief that short selling is risky is preventing you from minimizing risk and preventing you making money. You see, selling short works just as well as buying long if done properly. The level of a positions risk depends on good money management methods. A small percentage of traders have realized this and have developed a trading strategy to sell short and profit easily regardless of which way the stock market is moving. Myth #2 Buying & Holding is SafeThis would have to be the most common trading myth, that stems from the belief that the stock market always goes up in the long run. This is true enough, but it can also take an extremely long time. Some markets have been known to drop dramatically, and not return for 25 years! Like the Dow Jones Industrial Average from 1929 to 1954. It dropped so low during this time that no one would sit through it. Money managers who can duplicate the performance of the general market are very rare. You need an exit strategy that limits risk for every strategy, whether investor or trader. A small percentage of traders are using a trading method that will actually apply to any market. This potentially gives them a winning edge. They aren’t simply buying, holding, and hoping like most traders do. Myth #3 Trading is easyIf making money consistently from the stock market was easy, everyone would be doing it, and all be wealthy from it. Yeah, the physical part is easy enough, but many people have this idea that trading is easy, but they were never given the tools that make it easy. It’s not that trading needs to be difficult, but it requires a solid trading method, and diligence on the traders part to stick with it. And unless you also trade with discipline and use good money management principals like the most successful traders, you can only hope to be less than successful. Myth #4 The existence of the Holy GrailI see far too many traders hopping from method to method, pursuing the next guaranteed thing only to be repeatedly let down. Newbies tend to think they should be able to win practically every trade. Thinking they should be having a straight line of wins without any major setbacks. When armatures try something, they conclude that their system doesn’t work after the first few losses in a row. So they jump on something else. How can anyone expect to succeed this way. Unless you want to continue to suffer losing trades, and eventually give up, stop chasing this holy grail nonsense. The holy grail of trading doesn’t exist. It would seem more than 90% of traders are wasting years of their life with this myth. Think of the progress, the money that could have been made, if they had spent that time and energy on a solid trading system, and a good trading method. Where to go from here:Well first, simply understand and clear your head of the above stock, and trading myths. Free yourself from these beliefs that restrain your potential as a trader. This will automatically put you in front of most traders. There are a few traders however, less than 1%, who understand the above and more. who are quietly making a killing from the stock market, and are spending no more time trading than you. A lot of them keep their winning system and their successful trading secrets to themselves, but there are a few who will share this information with the publicJust remember, none of these super traders are born geniuses. And they don’t have a crystal ball forecasting the stock market. They simply have found a winning system that isn’t restricted to any time frame or market. The most successful traders are nobody special, apart from the stock market secrets they learned and diligence to put them in action. Regardless of whether you trade Stocks, Options, Futures or Forex, or your level of experience, you can’t afford to keep buying and hoping. Stop leaving your success to chance when you can take control. It isn’t necessary to keep wasting all this time and money on the common trading methods. Even if you are ahead, the average trader could trade far more efficiently. You too can become one of the very small percent of traders. Seriously, you just need to learn how to properly, plot the chart, the right setup conditions, the best entry point, stop loss point, and place your profit target point. To learn how to do the things listed above, and for actual insider trading secrets on how the most profitable traders really do it – Read on.

Peter Bosch is a young article author who has experience in most internet related subjects. For more crucial information on how you can trade far more effectively – Read on.

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A Old Lawn Mower That I Have Works Great She Starts Up In Just One Pull But?

my mower starts and will run if you leave up to the exhaustion of the gas, but it makes the noise of grinding hard and sharp. something is jammed as I looked out and it assumes that this is not anything to be there is he? im thinking its the magnet, but I'm not working on lawnmowers i work on semi-trailers. any thoughts or help would be great thank you.

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