Shop this year’s Season Savings sale – get 15% OFF in-stock tools and accessories from Milwaukee, DeWalt, Makita, and Bosch brands.
The sale will be 7:30 AM-5:00 PM on Thursday, December 16, and Friday, December 17.
Grab yourself some gifts for the holidays and stuff your stockings with tools and much more! Get yourself into Milwaukee heated gear, grab some last-minute accessories, all at some great savings.
Check out the flyer! Sale includes ALL in-stock tools and accessories for the included brands, excluding Hot Buy items.
Milwaukee recently released the M18 Fuel D-Handle Anvil High Torque Impact Wrench. Now is the time to order yours – get it in either the bare tool or the full kit.
It’s Back Again! This year, it’s BIGGER THAN EVER!
The annual Great Tool Festival brought to you by The Power Tool Store will be happening!
Shop in Store
October 7th and 8th, 2021 from 7:30 am to 5:00 pm.
*Masks will be required due to large crowds.*
Huge Savings on name brand tools will be available for you – for Two Days Only.
Save up to 50% off on brands like Milwaukee, Makita, DeWalt, Freud, Bosch, Rolair, Metabo, Paslode, Senco, Stabila, JET, Kreg, and many more!
Take a look at the Deals in this year’s Flyer!
Stop by the store during the event to get in on live demos, door prizes, and talk to the Factory Reps.
ALL Week long and get special discounts related to the show!
*Purchases made during the week via online order will be processed during the dates of October 7 and October 8, 2021. We cannot guarantee the availability of items. Hot Buys and Special sale prices are not included in online discounts.*
- In-store rebates are valid only on October 7 and October 8, 2021.
- Some product restrictions may apply. See store for details.
- Select products and pricing may be excluded from online sales.
- In-store pickup and curbside pickup will be suspended delivery options during the week of online sales.
- Entries for the in-store giveaways will take place only during the show dates. No purchase is necessary. Must be 18 years or older to enter.
- In-store purchases will receive priority for items of limited quantities.
- Items not in stock may have extended delivery times.
- The Power Tool Store, A Division of Bay Verte Machinery, Inc. reserves the right to correct pricing and typographical errors, and limited quantities.
- In-store rebates do not apply to some sale items of prior purchases.
- Percentage discounts vary by brand, may not apply to all brands.
In the world of tools a saw that can sit on a workbench and has a handle to pull down for cutting, doesn’t make it a universal saw type. Did you know that chop saw and miter saw are not synonymous? That’s right! Each fills their own industry needs and cuts very different materials.
The Chop Saw
This tool, also known as a cut-off saw, was designed specifically for cutting metal. During its days of origin, professionals didn’t have much faith in a saw’s ability to cut through metal, but with a specific rotational speed and a uniquely designed blade, eventually, the chop saw became a metal industry standard for cutting. The chop saw is designed to cut straight lines and only moves up and down from its fixed position on the saw stand. When looking to cut at an angle, the fence that is fixed to the saw’s base is turned to determine the angle of the cut.
The Miter Saw
A miter saw, found often in woodworking is quite a versatile tool. Much like the name implies, this type of saw can create a miter – in many cases, these saws are dual bevel compound miter saws, which allows them to make many different adjustments to create combination cuts to the material. For example, you can tilt the saw leaning it both left and right creating an angled cut to the cut profile. You can also turn the saw, rotating it left or right away from the 90-degree starting point creating different cutting angles. And when you make adjustments to both the tilt and the rotation of the saw you are able to make a compound cut that is angled in multiple directions.
Though this type of saw is often found in woodworking, the ability to change the blade makes it useful for other materials as well. You can cut things like foam board, PVC, and even non-ferrous metals.
Both the miter saw and the chop saw have a similar design, in their abilities to be lowered to the material being cut, which allows the user a great amount of control. They both also allow for angled cuts, though the setup for creating an angle is done differently with each saw. Each saw serves a great purpose in their intended industry and though you may see both in a workshop, they will each have their own job to do.
Now, what was the difference between those other things?
Properly maintained equipment is important to your business’s operations and the safety of your employees. While your Minnich concrete equipment is built to handle tough and demanding tasks, it still requires attention on a regular basis.
As we grind through the hot summer months, one of the most important things you can do is prepare your concrete dowel pin drills and vibes for next season. Prioritizing equipment maintenance helps to ensure safe and trouble-free operation and can prevent larger repair costs in the future. Keep your equipment in top form with these tips:
PERFORM REGULAR MAINTENANCE
Performing regular maintenance to your concrete drill and vibe will help to minimize repairs, reduce downtime, and help lengthen equipment life.
To maximize operating efficiency, be sure to check the following during maintenance:
- Check the drill oil level. Just like your automobile, proper lubrication is vital to prolonging the life of your hammer drill. Knowing which type of lubrication and how much to use is essential to maximizing performance. There are two ways to check for proper lubrication:
- Rub your finger inside the exhaust deflector of the hammer drill. You should feel a fine oily film.
- There should also be evidence of oil around the collar of the drill steel. Oil shouldn’t be covering these areas, only the fine oily film should be evident.
Minnich dowel drills have adjustment screws to regulate the flow. Please reference your drill product page on our website to watch short instructional videos on how to do this. For additional oil fill tips, Minnich Manufacturing provides step-by-step instructions.
- Inspect hydraulic vibrator motor housings. During an inspection, look for unusual wear patterns. Often, these wear patterns will create pinholes, which allow concrete to enter the vibrator housing and seizes the vibrator head permanently.
- Check hydraulic vibrator’s speeds. These speeds can be checked via a Paving Vibrator Monitoring system or digital tachometer. If your vibe is not performing well, sending the vibe to an authorized repair shop to be checked for slippage would be beneficial. Slippage happens after long exposure to hydraulic pressure. The path of hydraulic fluid could wear a slight groove in the aluminum motor housing which would allow hydraulic oil to slip past the gears in the motor. Another possibility for reduced performance would be if a motor seal wears out. Either way, an authorized repair house would be able to test the amount of slippage, repair the hydraulic motor, and offer a warranty on the vibrator.
- Clean dust collector filter regularly. Cleaning out the system’s filter will help to ensure optimum engine performance. Minnich Manufacturing has incorporated a purge button feature on the dust collection system, which reverses the airflow and blasts air through the filter to help keep the filter clean. Use of the dust collection system in wet environments is not advised as the fine dust on the filter and inside the system will gel and harden.
- Reduce downtime
Potential red flags are often uncovered during maintenance tasks that can be repaired or replaced before it becomes a larger issue. To keep your equipment in top condition, follow the recommended maintenance procedures found in your owner’s manual for your specific drill and vibe. For additional help, or to replace parts, contact your local dealer.
Consider sending in your paving vibrators to your manufacturer for repair early in the winter. Minnich Manufacturing has the expertise and tools to service concrete equipment to help lengthen product life span, helping you get the most from your equipment.
Earn an easy $250!! Refer a friend for our Small Engine or Service Mechanic role in our Dr. Tool Service center. When they are hired, you will receive a $250 in-store credit*.
To view our open positions go to our Careers page
*Method of payment is subject to the owner/president of Bay Verte Machinery and its Divisions.
Purchase a Shaper Origin before prices increase on August 4th!
Buy a Makita XSR01PT – 36V (18V X2) LXT Brushless Rear Handle 7-1/4″ Circular Saw Kit
or a Makita XSH06PT – 36V (18V X2) LXT Brushless 7-1/4″ Circular Saw Kit
AND get $100 OFF and 2 FREE BATTERIES (BL1850B-2)
**Due to a high volume of traffic, you may experience slow site speeds**
SUMMER BLITZ – One Day Only
July 28, 2021
Store Hours: 7:30 am – 5:00 pm
Milwaukee Tool Reps, Door Prizes, Discounts, Huge Inventory, and More!
10% OFF Tools
25% OFF Packout & Accessories
Items marked “While Supplies Last” are limited 1 per person
- Due to a limited amount of inventory, if you are interested in purchasing items listed as “While Supplies Last” (including but not limited to: the 5 Tool Combo Kit and the free radio, or an M18 bare tool with a free battery) please email your order to [email protected] *Include your name, address, email address, phone number, and items you wish to order. This does not guarantee all items will be available for purchase.
- Items listed as “trade-in” are NOT available for the discounted price online.
Need gift ideas for dad? Shop our brands for tools online or stop in-store.
Race on over to The Power Tool Store
One Day event – in-store only
- DeWalt reps
- Tool discounts
- DeWalt race car
- and much more!
July 12, 2021
9 am – 3 pm
One winner will be chosen to win a Milwaukee Tool brand radio (model may vary).
How to Enter
- Follow The Power Tool Store Facebook Page
- Like and Share the Power Tool Selfie post
- Comment a photo on the Power Tool Selfie post. The photo must include the contestant and any brand tool/machine or The Power Tool Store and the hashtags #ThePowerToolStore and #PowerToolSelfie.
- Follow The Power Tool Store Instagram account
- Like the Power Tool Selfie post
- Create a post on your(contestant’s) personal Instagram account a photo of the contestant and any brand tool/machine or The Power Tool Store and include the hashtags #ThePowerToolStore and #PowerToolSelfie and @powertool_store.
The contest ends Tuesday, June 22, 2021, at 11:59 pm. Eligible contestants will be placed in a drawing and the winner will be chosen at random the following business day.
*Social Media Promotion Rules and Regulations
Valid during the promotional period listed (based on Central Standard Time). On Facebook, users must follow The Power Tool Store page, like and share the promotional post, and then comment on the post their “Power Tool Selfie”, including themself and a tool/machine or The Power Tool Store in the photo and hashtag the photo with #ThePowerToolStore and #PowerToolSelfie. On Instagram, users must follow The Power Tool Store, like the post, and post their “Power Tool Selfie” on their own account and include themself with a tool/machine or The Power Tool Store in the photo, and must hashtag the photo with #ThePowerToolStore and #PowerToolSelfie. All contestants must follow the “The Power Tool Store” Facebook page or Follow “The Power Tool Store” Instagram, in order to be eligible. Eligible contestants will be submitted into a drawing and the winner will be chosen by random selection. One (1) winner will be chosen; the winner must be from one of the United States, must be 21 years or older to qualify. The drawing will take place at the end of the promotional period, Tuesday, June 22, 2021, at 11:59 pm. The winner will be announced via social media following the end of the promotion and must claim the prize within 48 hours online. The prize items can be mailed or picked up in-store. Promotions are in no way related to or sponsored by Facebook or Instagram. The prize item awarded will be a Milwaukee Tool brand radio (model may vary); this promotion is not sponsored or endorsed by Milwaukee Tool.
Stop by The Power Tool Store for our annual Makita Truck Event!
June 4, 2021, from 9 am to 3 pm come visit the truck, talk with the Makita reps, get great deals on Makita tools, and much more.
Free Battery or Free Flashlight with the purchase of select, qualifying items.
20% off Accessories*, 10% off Tools*
FOR ONE DAY ONLY.
Inspect the saw
Before each use, check the saw over for any damage or defects. Look for issues with the power source, the blade, base plate, and blade guard. If your saw is cordless, make sure you have a fully charged battery.
Check the blade
The blade you are using will depend on the type of material you will be cutting. Regardless of the blade type – check for chipped, cracked, or broken teeth. Never use a blade that is broken, rusted, or dull. If you are replacing the blade, be sure to disconnect the saw from its power supply before you make any changes to the saw blade.
Use a speed square (framing square) as a guide for making crosscuts. Place the blade of the saw at your cut mark, then place the square against the edge of the base plate. Using the square as your straight-line guide, start the saw, bring it to full speed and begin to cut while the base plate travels against the edge of the square.
Kickback from a saw can be very dangerous. The chances of kickback happening are much higher when the material being cut is not supported and causes the material to pinch the saw blade. To reduce saw blade pinching, give your material extra support by placing supports under either side of your cut to prevent the material from falling and creating a pinched space.
Creating a rip cut can often be a much longer cut than a crosscut, this is because a rip cut runs parallel (in the same direction) to the wood grain. Much like using the speed square as a guide for a crosscut, a ply-wood board or even a level clamped to your material can be an ideal guide for making a rip cut. Like the crosscut, line up the saw blade, then place the guide against the base plate to create your cutting guide. The clamps will allow your guide to remain in its place while allowing you to use both hands for handling the saw.
Splintering in wood, when cut happens due to the spin of the blade when the saw is cutting. A circular saw spins from the bottom up, this would create splintering on the side of the material facing up while cutting. To avoid creating splinters in a material of high quality or value, place the backside of the cut facing up so that any splintering will happen on the side of the material that is not visible. If the material being cut will be visible from both sides, place the more visible side down, then for the opposite side, score along the cut line with a utility knife to create an edge that will be free of splinters.
WASHINGTON, March 31—Associated Builders and Contractors and leading tool manufacturer Milwaukee Tool, headquartered in Brookfield, Wisconsin, today announced a strategic partnership that will provide ABC chapters and contractor members with solutions for a safer, profitable and more productive jobsite. Milwaukee Tool is the only manufacturer of power tools, hand tools, storage and accessories to be named as an ABC strategic partner.
“As ABC’s newest strategic partner, Milwaukee Tool joins a group of hand-selected, trusted resources that help ABC members develop people, win work and deliver that work safely, ethically and profitably for the betterment of the communities in which they work,” said Michael Bellaman, ABC president and chief executive officer. “ABC looks forward to working alongside Milwaukee Tool and our six other fantastic strategic partners to further advance the construction industry. This company believes in investing the time to work side by side with contractors to understand the demands of their constantly changing workplace and deliver best-in-class solutions for a safer, more productive jobsite.”
“One-third of ABC chapters already partner with Milwaukee Tool, making this strategic partnership between ABC and Milwaukee a smart one,” said Darrell Hendrix, president of sales for Milwaukee Tool. “For nearly 100 years, it has been our mission to deliver advanced, trade-specific solutions to professional contractors. Through this partnership, we will have even more opportunities to work with ABC members to better understand their needs to continue improving workplace safety and enhancing productivity.”
Not only will Milwaukee Tool collaborate with ABC, its 69 chapters and its six other strategic partners to advance the industry, but the company will also continue as the official tool sponsor of ABC’s National Craft Championships, a relationship begun in 2019. The annual NCC competition celebrates lifelong learning in the merit shop construction industry, with craft trainees from chapter and member training programs across the country competing for national recognition in more than a dozen crafts during the ABC convention.
Associated Builders and Contractors is a national construction industry trade association established in 1950 that represents more than 21,000 members. Founded on the merit shop philosophy, ABC and its 69 chapters help members develop people, win work and deliver that work safely, ethically and profitably for the betterment of the communities in which ABC and its members work. Visit us at abc.org.
Milwaukee Tool, founded in 1924, is a global leader in delivering innovative solutions to the professional construction trades that offer increased productivity and unmatched durability. Whether it is through their world-leading M12™, M18™, and MX FUEL™ cordless systems, the ground-breaking performance of their M12 and M18 FUEL™ products, jobsite lighting, time-saving accessories, or innovative hand tool and storage products, Milwaukee® is dedicated to delivering a steady stream of advanced, trade-specific solutions. Milwaukee Tool is a Brookfield, Wisconsin-based subsidiary of Techtronic Industries Co. Ltd. (TTI) (HKEx stock code: 669, ADR symbol: TTNDY). For more information on the full line of Milwaukee® products, please call 1-800-SAWDUST or visit www.milwaukeetool.com.
Social Media Promotion Rules and Regulations
Valid during the promotional period listed (based on Central Standard Time). On Facebook, users must like and share the promotional post. Valid contestants must follow the “The Power Tool Store” Facebook page in order to be eligible. Eligible contestants will be submitted into a drawing and the winner will be chosen by random selection. One (1) winner will be chosen; the winner must be from one of the United States, must be 21 years or older to qualify. The drawing will take place at the end of the promotional period. The winner will be announced via social media and must claim the prize within 48 hours online. The prize items can be mailed or picked up in-store. Promotions are in no way related to or sponsored by Facebook.
Women are unique – their PPE should be too. To celebrate Women in Construction week, take a look at the full offerings from our vendors specifically for the ladies.
Spring is soon-to-be knocking on our doors, which means yard maintenance is at hand. Don’t worry if you haven’t thought about your landscape or lawn just yet – we have tools and equipment to help you keep your yard clean and looking its best.
We carry the full line of Milwaukee, DeWalt, and Makita outdoor power equipment; if we don’t have something in-store, we can surely get it for you by order. Regardless of the size of your yard or what type of maintenance it calls for, there are tools made right for the job.
Are you someone who prefers to keep the grass trimmed and goes about the basic routine? There’s a mower for that.
Are you someone who keeps your yard looking pristine and takes the extra time to trim the edges after you’ve completed the mowing? There’s a trimmer for that.
Are you a yard maintenance guru? Someone who goes above and beyond taking care of your lawn, hedges, landscape, etc.? The envy of the block? We have tools for you too – take a look at the mowers, timmers, edgers, and blowers we have available.
Maybe your lawn requires more than just a quick once-over with a push mower; don’t worry, we have ride-on zero turns available. As a licensed Husqvarna dealer, we can provide you with the perfect mower to fit your needs. Not only can we provide you with the tools to get the job done; we can also help with the regular maintenance of your power tools, to keep them running in top performance.
Shop our outdoor power tools in-store and online.
Most Compact Cordless Pin Nailer
- Best In Class Size, Weight, and Ergonomics.
- More Compact in Every Critical Dimension
- Best In Class Corner Accessibility
Consistent, Clean Pin Nail Holes
- Best In Class Nail Hole Size
- Tool Free Drive Depth Adjustment
- Non Marring Precision Point Tip
Power To Nail Hardwoods
- Power to Sink Pins Sub Flush in Hardwoods
- Pneumatic Like Driving Power
- Pin Length Compatibility from 1/2” 1 3/8”
Full Pneumatic Replacement
- All Day Run Time For Heavy Users
- 750 Pin Nails Per Charge 1.5Ah)
- No Compressor Hoses or Gas Cartridges
- Compatible with all M12 Battery Packs