NT dresser RS-310P,
made in Osaka (love the way they say.😍 Sort of "made in Sheffield" or "made in Maine.)
I do lots of sanding, shaving, carving with rasps, files, and sandpapers. This is one of my favourite tool in my tool box. You can cut any direction you want. Pull, push, sideways. The plate (the black part) is replaceable. It lasts quite long time. Love it. Although I still need rasps, files and sandpapers, this one can do its own work.
VOL. 3: Red Meat
With her life clear of psychotic clowns, Harley Quinn is eager for things on Coney Island to get back to [ab]normal. If only! Comics' most adorable antihero is about to face the fight of her life!
First, she's taking on the corrupt mayor of New York City, whose evil plan for the homeless population will take a bite out of the Big Apple in more ways than one. They say you can't fight city hall, but they haven't met Harley Quinn!
Next, it's the return of Harley's former adversary, Harley Sinn! This twisted sister is out of prison with plans for revenge. When Sinn targets someone Harley loves---and thought she'd lost---can anything stop the wrath of the mighty Quinn?
• HARLEY QUINN 14-21
What a positively crazy time this title is... Amanda Conner has maintained that raucous feeling in this title since she first started writing for the character in the New 52. If you know this title, you know it is sometimes a little much but it works.
Once upon a time, DC Comics created the character Deathstroke(middle). He grew very popular. Marvel noticed this and created a parody of him called Deadpool(left). Soon Deadpool's popularity rose, and DC noticed this, so they decided to create a parody of him called RedTool(right). I'm just waiting for RedTool's popularity to grow and Marvel to create a parody of him and so on.... #dccomics#marvel#deathstroke#deadpool#redtool
“The Hilti AG 600 A-36 Angle Grinder is smack dab in the middle of the angle grinder disc diameter range and it packs a lot of punch with its 36V battery. It's got a paddle with deadman trigger, no load speed of 8,500 RPM, and the bare tool weighs in at 7.6 pounds. However, the features that really stand out are the Active Torque Control (ATC) safety mechanism and the Kwik-lock flange. Active Torque Control is designed to protect the user in case of a disc bind up. Any tool spinning at high RPMs that suddenly binds is very dangerous - the disc may bind but tool tries to continue its motion. It's especially dangerous with rotary hammers (Hilti's also have ATC). ATC quickly stops the force propelling the blade in case of a bind up to protect the user and tool.