The 2020 Mac Tools Tool Fair in Aurora, Col. wraps up tomorrow after three days of networking, company updates, and product exhibitions.
During a walk-through with Mac tool specialists, members of the media got a first-hand look at upgrades and improvements to a wide range of shop tools, as well as a host of new products soon to be made available to the aftermarket.
In addition, they reported on the development of their Repair Source service information resource, launched last year.
A new storage unit, released at this year’s show, is the latest in the company’s Macsimizer line of tool chests.
Chris Cannon demonstrates a new rotary polisher that makes quick work of buffing headlamps.
Phil Reed demonstrates the new ‘Smart Torque’ Bluetooth torque wrench. Here he connects the wrench (top) to his phone to see instant readings of torque values.
Dan Steyer explains the newest improvements to a broken bolt extractor.