Lean Labels are a great erasable label that can stick to any surface. This versatile system allows you to organize efficiently without the stress of a label machine. Simply pick which shape that will work best and use a Sharpie™ or water-soluble pen to write directly on the smooth white PVC material. Need to fix or add something to it? No problem! Wipe it away with lacquer thinner (for Sharpie™) or water (for water-soluble pen) and write away! Never been a better time to get organized!
FastCap’s Mag Holster keeps your trowel or mag always within easy reach. Made from durable ballistic nylon, it attaches to any tool belt and rinses clean.
FastCap’s Kolbe Korner is a mounting bracket for shaker style drawer fronts. They are available in metal or nylon and allows for the drawer face to be mounted to the box easily, quickly, and without hassle.
The MagBand is a heavy-duty elastic band with a magnet attachment for easily organizing or attaching small objects.
Brian Kliss fixed what bugged him with FastCap’s Mag Shims.
FastCap’s Drill A Slot is a quick and easy way to create a slot or pocket without having to search for a router or having to carry around a jig. The Drill-A-Slot works great for making knob slots, adjustable fence, or pockets for Loose Tenon Joints.
The FastBreak Sander allows you to uniformly break both edges on sharp melamine, edge banding, and hardwood material in just one pass.
FastCap’s Jack of All Trades is great for lifting base cabinets to install shims or adjust leg levelers. Also use it as a clamp, lifting and installing entry doors, or use it horizontally to pull together hardwood flooring.
Brian Kliss, Inventor of the Kliss Clamp, and Tyler Erickson, of FastCap, discuss how this clamp is perfect for edge banding, sanding, gluing.
FastCap’s Laserjamb LJ4 Pro makes the process of leveling anything fast and easy. From cabinets, chair moldings, crown moldings, window installations, or just leveling picture frames, speed and simplicity is now standard operating procedure. The Laserjamb allows you to use any laser and position the beam exactly where you need a level line. Reference lines and marks on the wall are a thing of the past. Simply position the level on your work. Both of your hands will be free so you can work more efficiently and accurately. Paul Comi of Spectacular Trim shows you how.