How Oscillating Tools Work - ADVERTISING ADVERTISING An oscillating tool works with a side-to-side movement. The oscillation is very slight (about 3 degrees) and very fast (about strokes per minute), so it feels more like vibration. A saw blade is shown
Crumbling mortar in brick walls and chimneys has to be cut out and replaced to avoid structural and water damage. Tuckpointing—cleaning out and remortaring the joints—is easier than it looks if you have the right tools.
PVC pipe and wood bracket mounted to pegboard for storage in garage. Notice the holes drilled into the top of the wood: you can use this basic "plate" to customize any kind of bracket, holder, etc. for pegboard.