Tools I Use
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 Budman Productions is a retirement project that gives me the opportunity to work with different materials and crafts which require learning different skill sets.  I published my first video in January of 2010, and if I had to do it over it would be a lot cleaner.  Since then, I have attempted to make my videos' as short as possible and virtually eliminated any voice over music which I find very annoying.
My focus is on training videos and DIY tools. When I say DIY tools, I mean those that are affordable to the average Do-It-Yourselfer. The videos cover remodeling a forty-year-old + home, furniture construction, and crafts. I've done a lot of marble mosaics. Projects include several floors, a fireplace, and a mosaic vanity. My goal here is to produce projects that are different in their design and construction methods.  I by no means lay claim to being an expert at any of them . . . I'm not a professional!
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As a non-professional working out of one-half of my garage, the tools I use must be inexpensive and easy to use.  In some instances, I'm listing alternatives to things I purchased and are no longer available.

Compressor Product Review
I purchased this compressor September of 2013 to use my nail guns wherever needed.  It has been turned into my primary compressor, and since I have severe back issues, I have even welded a base to a cheap Harbor Freight cart with which to move it around.  It is also a handy tool to have sitting beside my bench to blow the dust off workpieces.  It has all but replaced my large compressor which hasn't been turned on in months.  This is priced right for the DIY'er and small individual contractor.  I am delighted with the performance, and especially it is fast charging; loading in just 30 seconds.  I give it a four-star rating with only one drawback and that being that it walks around on the floor while running . . . in other words, it doesn't stay put.  My Harbor Freight hand truck fixed that issue. Check it out in the following video.
Rockwell VersaCut vs Dremel Saw-Max

   The Dremel wins the star ratings with a 4.5 over Rockwell's 4.0.  If we do a quick analysis and look at the percentage of five stars to one star, Rockwell comes out on top with 96% favorable to Dremel's 94%.  I guess it's what's in between the ones and fives that gives Dremel the edge with 4.5 stars.
Lets look at the tail of the tape.  (Moore)

Having a lot of cabinet face frames, doors and drawers to install, I purchased this product thinking that it is too cheap to be any good, but I bought it anyway. Boy was I proven wrong.  This is a great little tool for getting into tight spaces, and the battery holds a lasting charge.  I don't think it has ever gone dead on me.  No, it doesn't have near the driving force of my DeWalt 1/4" impact driver, but for screwing pocket hole screws and hinges and drawer slides, it worked perfectly.

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