November 15, 2007

Vermont American turns 60

60_logo.jpgVermont American, makers of fine power tool accessories turns 60 this year. The company, started in 1947 has a long track record of innovation, including:

  • 1947 - first circular saw blade
  • 1948 - first dado blades
  • 1959 - develops high-speed steel router bits
  • 1982 - first titanium drill bits for the consumer.
  • 1998 - first titanium saw blades for the consumer

Their current catalog has over 200 items including sawzall blades, jigsaw blades, drill bits, driver bits, hole saws, router bits, band saw blades, and on and on.

We use their bits all the time and want to pass on a congratulations for hitting the 60 year milestone.

Vermont American at Amazon.com

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Posted by Doug Mahoney at November 15, 2007 5:19 AM
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