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Old 06-26-2017, 08:08 PM   #321
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Big Gator Tools: Drill and tap guides.

Rite in the Rain: Mechanical Pencils and weather resistant note pads.

Tekton: Screwdrivers, punches, chisels, pliers, etc. (Not all of their stuff is made here. Click the specs tab on whatever you're looking at and they list country of origin.)
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I know deckwise offers mostly (if not all) made in the U.S.A. products. We use them for a lot of decking accessories.
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AllUSAClothing.com is having a 20% off sale on socks until 7/23/17 coupon code SOCK717
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Festool is starting production of guide rail tracks here in the US. Guide Rail Production in America

Prier: Residential and Commercial Hydrants

Siox Chief: Rough Plumbing Products

Harry J Epstein Co: Family owned hardware store that sells a number of US made hand tools. (country of origin is listed for everything they sell)

Ideal Industries: Main thing you'd know them for is wire termination and wire management products. However, over the last few years they've acquired some well known brands such as SK Tool, Western Forge and Pratt-Read Tools when they fell on bad times. They've kept production here in the US.
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Speed Square Holder Made in South Carolina U.S.A.
I'm a one man shop making a Speed Square Holder for a problem I had like you, how to hold it. see it on my web site SpeedSquareHolder.com or on youtube
if you shoot me an email I'll send one out for free if you give me some feedback.
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I've recently been researching made in USA saw blades for my Festool TS55 track saw and Kapek miter saw. Here's what I've found so far:

160mm x 30T Forrest Woodworker II

160mm x 50T Forrest Woodworker I

160mm x 48T Ridge Carbide

260mm x 90T Forrest Chopmaster

260mm X 60T or 80T Ridge Carbide RS1000

I've also been talking with the owner of Everlast Saw and he seems interested in starting to offer them as stock sizes. I was asking about 160mm 28t and 48t and 260mm 80 or 90t blades but is there interest in any other sizes and tooth counts? I don't have a TS75 so I didn't ask him about 210mm blades. I'll ask him about others if there's interest.
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Everlast is my first choice for blades for almost everything in my shop.

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Everlast is my first choice for blades for almost everything in my shop.

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They didn't use to call themselves Everlast Saw of North America, did they? I'll have to look at some old blades tomorrow and see what they say. Also looks like they're in Kansas now, I think that's new.
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They didn't use to call themselves Everlast Saw of North America, did they? I'll have to look at some old blades tomorrow and see what they say. Also looks like they're in Kansas now, I think that's new.
I believe they were recently bought and moved manufacturing from FL to KS.

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I believe they were recently bought and moved manufacturing from FL to KS.

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May be based out if NY?

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Speed Square Holder Made in South Carolina U.S.A.
I'm a one man shop making a Speed Square Holder for a problem I had like you, how to hold it. see it on my web site SpeedSquareHolder.com or on youtube
if you shoot me an email I'll send one out for free if you give me some feedback.
hans@speedsquareholder.com
For reasons we changed the name to EZ Square Holder and the web site EZ Square Holder.com
Still can send an email to hans@EZSquareHolder.com and get a free one

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hey, tried going to your website speedsquareholder.com and nothing there...
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Had to switch to EZSquareHolder.com because Swanson owns the word "Speed"
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Just need to update Pacific Laser Systems. They've apparently been bought out by Fluke sometime recently and I'm not sure when but they've started moving production to China. At the very least the new PLS 180 are made in China.
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They are at ezsquareholder.com now....did you see Norm on This Old House wearing it? Can there be any better recommendation?
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They are at ezsquareholder.com now....did you see Norm on This Old House wearing it? Can there be any better recommendation?
The square sticks when it bottoms out in that holder. Due to the inside being tapered.

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As the inventor I designed it to lightly lock the Square in so that It will not fall out when tipped, To release the square from holder place thumb at top of holder and lift square with fore finger as in this short clip shows

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The square sticks when it bottoms out in that holder. Due to the inside being tapered.

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Just need to update Pacific Laser Systems. They've apparently been bought out by Fluke sometime recently and I'm not sure when but they've started moving production to China. At the very least the new PLS 180 are made in China.
Oh that sucks!!! On longer Pacific then.

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