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All American Tool is your one stop shop for construction and industrial tools. We carry a great selection of popular brands and hold thousands of products in-stock. We are adding new stock every day to maintain this inventory.Do your homework before you buy! With the exception of high speed cutting tools, the vast majority of American tool manufacturing has moved offshore to mainland China. (The home of laogai “Reform Through Labor” prison factories.) Rather than just be depressed about this situation, I have resolved to do something to counter this trend. I urge all of my readers to do the following: Note: Pitifully, there are no more mid-size (home shop weight) milling machines made in the USA. The only one that comes close is is the Industrial Hobbies (Charter Oak Automation) brand mill, but the big castings that they start with fro those are imported from Taiwan. It is generally best to look for used American-made machines from quality makers, locally, via Craigslist. (Such as Apex, Jet, Atlas, or Bridgeport.) Ditto for bench grinders, disc sanders, scroll saws, and many other tools. Here are a few American floor and bench mount power tool makers that are still hanging in there:

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Here are some of the best tool brands who still make their tools in the USA. We also provided a little description of what products they produce, if it’s not obvious, and what state they are based out of. If you don’t see a popular tool brand on here, it likely means that they don’t manufacture any tools in the U.S.! Shoot us a note if you know of a made in the USA tool brand that didn’t make our list. We will investigate and make sure to add them if they make the cut. We must build back better by prioritizing justice and equity for communities of color and low-income communities disproportionately impacted by COVID, the economic crisis, racial injustice, and climate disasters. The people living on the frontlines of climate change, environmental degradation, and pollution are often low-income families and people of color. We can’t afford to allow these injustices to continue as we build a nation powered by clean energy. Clean energy should instead be a key tool to ending these unfair burdens.

Some companies that have long been thought of as “American” companies now produce most or all of their tools overseas. For example, Craftsman (the Sears house brand) now produces many of their tools in Asia. Others include: Cooper, Disston, Eastwood, Greenlee, Lufkin, Milwaukee, Peerless, Porter Cable, Shurlite, Snap-On, Thorsen, Vise-Grip, Vermont American, Weller, Williams, and Winchester. The many, many others are almost too numerous to list. Do your homework before you buy! With the exception of high speed cutting tools, the vast majority of American tool manufacturing has moved offshore to mainland China. (The home of laogai “Reform Through Labor” prison factories.) Rather than just be depressed about this situation, I have resolved to do something to counter this trend. I urge all of my readers to do the following: (Source: survivalblog.com)

 

 

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