Issue 7

AUG-SEP 2017(ISSUE)

ED´s Notes

A tradesman works with his hands and that’s all there is to that. The thought sprang to our minds as we put this issue of Tool Torque together because, with our heads still spinning from the high-tech…

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Jobsite of the future

Game-changing technology is now powering cordless landscaping solutions. Imagine landing the contract to maintain the grounds of a retirement village or hospital. In the past you’d have faced major issues…

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Made to measure

There’s a lot more to the good ol’ measuring tape than most tradies realise. On April first in 1963, inventor and Stanley employee Robert West revolutionised the hand-tool industry. He filed a US patent to adapt the existing short tape rule…

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Sidchrome Project Car

Running hard in the rubber left by the Project Car Kombi and Cobra editions, Sidchrome is back with another eye-popping, droolworthy dream instalment: a 1969 Ford Mach 1 Mustang fastback..

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Engineered for the trade

Many circular-saw manufacturers throw around claims they last longer, they’re more accurate and they’re the thinnest out there. Why are these qualities so important? Tool Torque thought it worth investigating…

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Get a Grip

One-handed bar clamps and clamping accessories make assembling and securing jobs a whole lot faster and easier. We’ve all been there…working hard to finish a job and suddenly we need an extra pair of hands..

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A need for speed

The Australian Motorcycle GP is one of the country’s largest and most glamorous events. It’s an international extravaganza of precision engineering, logistical excellence and roar-out-loud excitement. DEWALT will be there….

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