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Want to organize and protect your tools?

Kaizen Foam is another great product designed to help you achieve maximum organization and visual control in your workspace! Kaizen Foam separates between the layers creating a perfect fit for storing all your tools in drawers and on walls.

Looking to keep you eyes safe?

Paul Akers provides and overview of FastCap’s safety glasses product line (youth, magnifying, goggles, featherweight, hipsters etc.).

For more information on FastCap’s ChopShop CatEyes Glasses, visit our website.

Want precision micro adjustment for your laser?

Tyler Erickson discusses the new Micro Adjustment feature for the our LaserMount. For more information on FastCap’s Magnetic LaserMount, visit our website.

Want to move large & heavy materials around the job or shop by yourself?

John shows just how easy it is using FastCap’s Speed Skate to move a 12 foot piece of particle board. For more information on this product, visit our website.

Meet Thomas

My name is Thomas and I have worked at Fastcap since February of 2016. I started first in our production department and for the last 2.5 years as customer service and as our online order processor. I enjoy every day working at Fastcap. My favorite things about working here include our many shop dogs (like Yoshi the office dog), getting to spend time with my coworkers who are generous, funny, and dedicated to what they do, as well as getting to use and enjoy our beautiful facility in Ferndale WA. I like working in our woodshop and helping out on the production floor if I am not in the office creating orders and answering customer phone calls and emails. Our focus at Fastcap on lean principles and leadership has also changed my life for the better and has lead to me enjoying my job immensely because we have eliminated so much waste and struggle from work which leaves me free to focus on the fun and challenge of keeping our customers happy. I think Fastcap rocks! I have a bachelor’s degree in Economics from WSU. I enjoy reading, cooking, all our parks and outdoor activities and spending time with my family.

Want to move granite with ease?

The Clip N Roll was designed to move sheets of #granite in tight quarters and narrow hallways with ease. Heavy duty ball bearing wheels allow you to move up to 500lbs slabs without any struggle.

Tired of trying to evenly space drawer guides?

Tired of trying to evenly space drawer guides and keep them parallel when mounting them? The Miller FastBlock replaces the commonly used “block of wood” with an adjustable drawer guide mounting system. Simply hold the Miller FastBlock on the back side of the face frame, adjust the block flush with the edge of the face frame and mount to the back of the drawer guide. You can also use two Miller FastBlock’s per side to adjust drawer guides for pull-outs.

Do you want to find the center of a board in seconds?

Ever have trouble finding the exact center of a board? Brian Roesch, of Quinter High School, shows how to use FastCap’s ProCarpenter Easy Half Tape Measure which will help. And he should know…it was his idea!

For more information on FastCap’s ProCarpenter Easy Half Tape Measure, visit our website.

Can’t Find a Stud?

FastCap’s RocLoc is designed to work with 1/2″ or 5/8″ drywall. It resists shear & does not allow the load to slide. Easy to install and NO fumbling with toggles or multiple steps.

Want the latest security tool for any roll up truck?

Don’t become a statistic! The Tail Lock is a wireless locking system that allows you to simply close it, click it, and lock it. Recessed bolts secure the lock to the bottom of your truck quickly, easily, and are fully enclosed to prevent access when locked. Welded aluminum housing protects the wireless locking cylinder to prevent tampering. Additional safety feature allows you to open the lock even without power in case of emergency using the included custom tooling.

For more information on FastCap’s Tail Lock, visit our website.

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