In the world of cordless drills and drivers, the Bosch Flexiclick is like a Swiss Army knife. With its multiple functions and attachments, it makes for a very versatile tool. I was very excited to get my hands on the Flexiclick since it's a tool that I've been wishing that Bosch would bring across to this side of the Atlantic for awhile now. It's a perfect fit for the cabinet work that I do and you'll see examples of that in this article.
Wood dust is definitely a health concern and we are becoming more aware of that in recent years. In addition to being bad for your health, wood dust is also time consuming to clean up. The more dust you can capture at the source, the better off you are. Less time cleaning up means more time woodworking and doing what you love. As a professional, in my case and in many others it also means more production time which means more profit.
I've had the Makita SP6000 track saw for 3 years now and it gets used a lot both in the shop and on site. Where it really shines for me is working with sheet goods, which I do a lot of as a cabinet maker. In addition to reviewing the Makita, I will share some of the ways that I use the saw in my work and which accessories that I find helpful.