“And it will be smooth!” says the handyman – and from then on grinds even those troublesome bumps flat with the similarly practical and high-performance belt grinder PBSS 10-600 in no time at all! Whether wood or plastic, metal or steel: The rough must be flat! The best part is: the belt grinder is a real all-rounder and well-suited for your projects, since it can be similarly used to sharpen, flatten, clean, deburr and derust.
In the hobby room, garage or workshop, disorder quickly gets out of hand. You just used the hammer, and it was quickly laid in passing on the workbench. Saws, nails, brushes, buckets and much more are often deposited in a corner of the workshop after being used – and chaos prevails. Soon you will no longer be able to find any of your tools. Saw blades are bent, paints dry out, tools lie around in saw dust. Sound familiar? And time and time again, you resolve to organise your workshop once and for all and keep it that way? Pull yourself together and install a shelving and organisational system to provide convenient and space-saving storage of your tools and materials. For this project, Trotec is at your side with high quality power tools and crossline lasers. Organisation is now fun!
You’ve purchased an old building? Congratulations! In this day and age, when real estate is high and interest is extremely low, that is certainly a great investment. For the historical rooms to experience value appreciation, they must be professionally renovated and modernly equipped. Otherwise the purchase doesn’t make any sense. To keep the costs for the renovation from getting out of hand, you can do certain jobs yourself. All you need is some time and the right equipment. Trotec has a series of power tools in the product range with which you can carry out all measures professionally: from removing wallpaper to exposing stucco, to installing parquet and aligning beams and shelves. Practical, professional, Trotec!
You should take a closer look at our manual with tips for correctly drilling; because nobody comes into this world with a licence to professionally drill holes into walls and yet it forms a common part of DIY work. Learn how to remain safe during drilling work, which drill bits and power drill you should use, how you can avoid crooked drill holes, and how to effortlessly stay safe from airborne dust and dirt.
It comes down to the tip – which in our new stone spiral drill bit set is made of a particularly robust carbide with 89 HRC hardness. Because professionals know that simple drills cannot cut into granite, concrete or brick. Rather, special stone drills are required with tips that pound the material with small strokes. Incidentally, we have prepared such a drill at our excellent prices.