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If you are frustrated by your current drywall rasp, Tajima Tool might have come up with a better one. Their 7″ long Combination Drywall Rasp has three different clog-free sections for shaping, beveling, and spot grinding.

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Make thin, precise, easy-to-follow lines with Tajima Tool’s Ink-Rite auto-rewind snap-line.  The fast-drying permanent ink resists smudging and won’t wash away — let’s see your chalk line live up to that.

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Tajima Slant Tools

When you need to know the rise and run now, don’t calculate it — directly measure it quickly with Tajima’s slant tool. Their slant tool allows you to quickly measure, verify, or copy surface angle and pitch.

You adjust the easy-to-read angle scale with a large thumb screw on the handle. When the bubble vial reads level, you’re at the set angle. The angle scale ranges from 0 to 130° in 2° increments. The rise scale ranges from 0 to 0.8 in 0.05 increments, and above 0.8 it reads in fixed increments up to 2.0.

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Our toolbox has many tools in it, each with its own place on a project.  One tool that generally gets its own drawer is the chalk snap-line — not because it holds some reverent place in our hearts, and not even because we use it so much that is needs to be ready to go at any moment.  No, the snap-line has its own drawer because the thing is messy.  Very messy.  In fact, they ooze chalk and dust all over everything they come in contact with; it’s their very nature. 

The Chalk-Rite is a newer entry (relatively speaking) into the snap-line market, and it brings a few stand-apart features like a smooth gear-drive winding that (it claims) an reel in the 100 ft. of line three times quicker than a standard snap-line.  It also has a sweet-looking aluminum case that maintains its seal with an elastomer gasket.  However, even with all the improvement we didn’t see any wild “keeps the chalk in” claims.  That means they’re probably telling the truth about the smooth, fast winding bit.

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