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Milwaukee Announced The M18 FUEL Compact Router

Milwaukee M18 FUEL Compact Router

Expanding the 200+ M18 power tool lineup, Milwaukee announced the M18 FUEL Compact Router. The router generates corded performance, delivering fast, accurate cuts, and cuts up to 250 ft of 3/8″ round-overs in red oak per charge. It does all this while taking advantage of cordless technology. M18 FUEL Compact Router Innovation As always, the…

Milwaukee NPS 2019: Product Highlights

Milwaukee NPS 2019 was a huge success. Plenty of tools made to make jobs safer and more efficient presented to a select few. Acme Tools being one of the lucky ones to see the latest and greatest in innovation, left us excited for the year. But there are a lot of questions about the devices,…

Top Blog Posts of 2018

Find out which blog posts were made the most viewed and most popular blog posts by you our users. It has been a fantastic year for the Acme Tools Blog, and we really can’t appreciate how much you have helped us grow and improved over the past year. We learned what a lot of what…

How To Make a Table Saw Cabinet

Do you need more space in your workshop? We’ll show you how to utilize an overlooked area in your shop, the space underneath your table saw. Going step-by-step transform an otherwise unused area into your custom table saw cabinet. I’ve been making an awful lot of storage cabinets and drawers lately. They are always a…

How To Make Floating Wall Shelves

 DIY Floating Shelves With LED’s I have a few leftover cherry boards from my barstools episode that would be perfect for this project. The final thickness of the shelves is just over an inch thick so the rough 8/4 cherry is going to work just fine. Since the only part of the shelves, you…

How to Build Modern Barstools

 Making Modern Barstools Since moving into my home seven years ago, I’ve been meaning to build a set of barstools for my kitchen island. I’ve waited long enough, so let’s build a set! The modern barstools were designed to fit my 43” island. So if you are going to reference this build for your…

How to Use Your New Router

You’ve just upped your game! Having this tool often separates a woodworker from the casual DIYer. Now, you can be putting wonderful edge profiles on all your work. And, that’s just the start! A router will enable you to also complete an array of woodworking feats from joinery to duplicating parts. Read on to learn…

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