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  Welcome to DIY-POWER-TOOLS a site that aims to bring together useful information regarding power tools, their uses and what to look out for. Keeping things simple, the pages of this site should help you to understand the basics about today's power tools and provide a basis for any buying decisions that you may have to make.

   

Electric Drills

Electric Drills

Information on all types of electric drills, whether you are looking for a cordless drill or a heavy duty hammer drill you will find details on many different types and suggestions on what you should be looking for to suit the type of job you have in mind. Do you need an SDS drill? Do you know what an SDS drill is? We have linked to reviews and manufactures websites to give you all the help that you need to choose the right drill for you.

Following this link to find out more about Electric Drills. 

   

Power Saws

Power Saws

The power saws come in different formats including the hand held Alligator saw, Circular saw and Jigsaws.   In the workshop there are table saws and mitre saws. From hand held to workshop saws you will find descriptions for each type in this section. We spell out the advantages to each type of saw available to help you choose the model that's right for you.

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Power Sanders

Power Sanders

A Sander is a Sander, right? Nope! There are belt, detail, orbital, palm and rotary sanders.  All have their own functions from fine Detail Sanders to aggressive Belt Sanders you will find details of them all here.

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Planers

Planers and Thicknessers

Planers and thicknessers remove small amounts of wood to give a smooth and flat finish. Essentially identical to their manual counterparts they vastly reduce the time taken to achieve the finish you require. Woodworkers, if you are budding do it your selfer or hobbyist then we have links and details on electric planners and thicknessers that might help you decide the best one for you.

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Grinding Tools

Grinding Tools

Used to grind and cut through metal, stone and other building materials. DIY-Power-Tools offer details on a host of grinding tools, different sizes for different jobs, find helpful advice and links to leading brands here.

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Power Screwdrivers

Electric Screwdrivers

Cordless and electric screwdrivers designed for Tex and drywall screws, not to be confused with drill/drivers, which are under the heading of drills. Power screwdrivers will save you time as you perform all those hundreds of jobs that crop up around the home or workplace. From lightweight cordless screwdrivers to high power corded variants, they are all described here.

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Biscuit Jointers

Biscuit Jointers

Details on biscuit jointers and links to manufactures of these machines, what they are for and how they work.  Used by woodworkers a Biscuit Jointer creates hidden joints by creating slots in the pieces which are held together by a wooden biscuit.

Follow this link to find out more about Biscuit Jointers. 

   

Joinery Routers

Joinery Routers

We give you all the details on what is possibly the most versatile of all woodworking tools. Woodworking routers, table and hand details and links and useful information that might be useful to anyone looking for joinery routers

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Tile Saw

Tile Saw

Electric Tile Saws give fast and professional cuts using diamond blade and water cooling

Follow this link to find out more about Tile Saws. 

 

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