Wondering what you guys are using for everyday "throw away" stuff. Recently got myself a t6-600 and even more recently had it stolen (or possibly left behind tough to say haha) anyway wanted to replace it but it looks like price has skyrocketed and availability is low so I opted for a t5-600...
NEW JERSEY ELECTRICIANS!!!
Bunch of tools and equipment that I’ve had an never used. Current job title does not require and hopefully future job titles will not either. Company that I plan to stay with provides everything I would need. So this stuff needs to go!
Bunch of tools and equipment...
I have dikes kleins chanellocks and needle nose and plan to get strippers i am wondering which of those I can do without insulation to make my kit a little easier to put in my tool belt i plan to keep my needle nose and kleins insulated
Does anyone know of a good, durable automatic stripper that can handle medium voltage wire? We've got a large demo project coming up that we'll be taking out miles of 500 kcmil medium voltage lines. Currently, we have our expediters running a small automatic stripper in their downtime for any...
Fantastic Set-up, but I'm transitioning roles now.
Perfect for Commercial work.
Atlas46.com to look up these items
Saratoga Tool Vest $199
Screw and Nail Attachment V2 $150
Murphy Speed Pouch (2 of them) $80 + $50
Drill Holster $35
Magnetic Wrap $20
Jab saw Sheath $30
Plier Sheath $40
Hello everyone, I bought the rolling bottom piece Milwaukee packout. Currently I am non union and it is awesome for that because I have lots of power/hand tools. But I will be going union very soon (tilt up heavy commercial work)and wonder. Do you guys think it will still be good to haul my hand...
Hi all, I was landing and installing breakers in a panel last week. Everything is fine until I go to torque the bolts and seems like 10-20 % of the square heads strip out before I get them torqued. Is there a better bit I should be using that fits better? Or just torque them with a straight...
I'm off to buy some Ridgid pipe wrenches today and I was thinking: what are some tools you guys keep in the box that might not be "typical" electrical tools but when you need it boy are you glad you have it?
My first day is Monday as an apprentice. However the company I am going to be working for is surprisingly quiet on anything I need to bring. What did some of you need to bring/ know on your first day. Also if I am looking for tools of the trade can some of you recommend some good...
Hey everyone, I joined this forum because it looks like a great way to ask questions when my future journeyman isn't with me. Ha! I also have a few questions about the union apprentice program I'm going into!
I got put on the waiting list out of 100 people who had the interview, I was number...
I am a consultant working on a project in the tool industry. I previously posted here a question about levels and I got very useful responses! So first, thanks for that :)
I wanted to ask you now, how many electricians are there in the US, if you know.
Also, how many levels do you or the...
Is anyone else sick and tired of getting poked every time you reach into your pouch to grab a staple? On top of that it is always such a mess I don't know if I'm stapling or paying barrel of monkeys! Check this tool out!
Hey y'all, intro here; this looks to be a great forum professionally. Hope to receive and eventually contribute some good ideas.
I'm starting this (hopefully long) career in a couple days after 3mo search, just buying tools now. Been doing construction off and on for a couple years now.
I want opinions on hole saw kits.
Lenox Plumbers & Electrician's Kit
Klein Journeyman 13pc Hole Saw Kit
Basically what it comes down to is, "Klein 'Great...
Hey everybody its been a year since I originally showcased my electrician tools. I have received a whole bunch of tools and have decided to give an updated on my tool bag.
In case your interested in the original video here is the link:
I received a shipment of NWS tools, and launched a quick reviews. NWS is an awesome tool brand, full of awesome ideas, not overly accessible everywhere but I imagine that will soon change. Would appreciate any feedback,
First one is The combination pliers, massive focus on...
Hey everybody, I have been rocking the Knipex Installation Pliers for a month, and I got to admit they aren't the gimmick I originally thought. They can do a lot of stuff.
I really rely on these for everyday a work along side a...
As mentioned in one of my other threads here is a quick review on the Knipex Cobolt or mini bolt cutters. This tool makes you want to commit breaking and entering just to see how quickly you can do it! It has the ability to turn anything it touches in butter. Any feedback would be greatly...