Drywall Cutting and Multifunction Bench Valley Stream NY

The Twofold Workbench & Scaffold from Vika USA is lightweight yet rated to support up to 500 pounds. The 19x46-inch work platform folds flat for transport and opens to 22- and 32-inch heights.

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Source: TOOLS OF THE TRADE Magazine
Publication date: November 14, 2008

By Section Editor: Mike Morris

Drywall Cutting

The BladeRunner drywall cutting tool is an amazing innovation that does the seemingly impossible. The tool separates into two, and then, connected only by powerful built-in magnets, the half placed on one side of a drywall sheet precisely follows the cut line of the tool half on the opposite side, scoring both sides of 1/2-inch or 5/8-inch drywall simultaneously to make straight, curved, or angle cuts in a single pass. Price: $80. 866-562-4229. GoldblattBladeRunner.com .

Multifunction Bench

Vika USA

The Twofold Workbench & Scaffold from Vika USA is lightweight yet rated to support up to 500 pounds. The 19x46-inch work platform folds flat for transport and opens to 22- and 32-inch heights. The MDF-surface work table setup includes a surge-protected 120-volt power strip. Price: $150. 800-845-2872. vikausa.com .

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