Rockler Woodworking And Hardware Expands Line Of Shop Storage Solutions For Pros And Diyers

“These storage solutions keep tools and supplies in order that are otherwise scattered throughout the shop, which eliminates the safety concern of loose tools laying around as well as the hassle of trying to track down exactly what you need when you need it.” The 18″ Shop Stand Apron (47056) is priced at $24.99, the Joinery Tool Bag (47794) at $49.99, and the Zipper Pouches 3-Pack (44035) at $12.99. All can be purchased at Rockler Woodworking and Hardware stores nationwide, Rockler.com, or from the Rockler catalog. For store locations or a free catalog, please visit Rockler.com or call 1-877-ROCKLER.
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Irvine company Insteon aims to bridge technology gaps in smart-home movement – The Orange County Register

These skis were built to withstand all you can throw at them, he said. With the technique dialed in, Sparks launched Grizzly Boards in 2013. I chose boards because I wanted it to have a raw feeling, he said. Breaking it down to those basics, skis are just boards and its all how you make them. Last winter, the first season of production, Grizzly Boards sold eight pairs of skis. That was a huge success in Sparks eyes, given that he was still working during the day as a carpenter, and shaping skis at night. We have done this without any sort of investment, and we are just in this tiny shop just slowly plugging away. Sparks said.
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Shaping skis from scratch | Aspen Daily News Online

Among those at the forefront of the connected-home movement is Joe Dada, founder and CEO of Irvine-based Insteon, a privately held company and major name in home automation. The company which operates under parent company SmartLabs Inc. is the maker of 200 products that can help you dim house lights, regulate thermostats and control pool pumps, among other things, through your smartphone or tablet. Were in the early-adopter stage, the bleeding edge, said Dada, who declined to discuss company revenues and number of employees.
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