Employers mandate workplace drug tests, with the caveat that the results aren’t foolproof. The Internet abounds with workarounds or questionable methods that might alter…
Ask any stonecutter or fireman about the most important tool in their arsenal, and they’ll likely tell you it’s the cut-off saw. Designed to slice through steel and stone, cut-offs are the workhorse of many job sites—and they have an engine to match, gas-powered and heavy.
The TSA 230 Stihl Cutquik is the first battery-powered cut-off to hit the market. Without a combustion engine, it’s nearly one-third the weight of its gas-powered counterpart (down to 8.5
Breakthrough. It's a much-abused word—a pity at a time like this. Because here is a genuine, 24-karat breakthrough in timekeeping.
The name of same is Pulsar, a…