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July 19, 2018

In classic David Letterman style - here are the top 10 ways to bend your rebar.

May 31, 2018

There are two basic methods for bending rebar. Each method has its pluses and minuses. Knowing the differences can help you make the best purchasing decision.

May 16, 2018

What's the best rebar cutter for your operation? Check out all the different ways to cut rebar and compare their pros and cons.

April 12, 2018

In concrete construction, a stirrup is used in concrete beams or columns to hold the main longitudinal rebar in place.  They typically are square or rectangular in shape and consist of five 90 degree bends.  The bends on the ends of the bar overlap.  A variation is the...

March 5, 2018

Today concrete is probably the most widely used man made building material.  Some concrete structures built during the Roman Empire still stand today.  Concrete is strong and durable because it has a very high compression strength.

But we all know that concrete can crac...

February 23, 2018

The concrete truck will arrive in an hour and you are just finishing up placing the rebar.  That’s when you find out you are short by a dozen L bars and a handful of stirrups.  What do you do?  If you are working with #3 or #4 bar it is easy enough to bend the L bars o...

December 20, 2017

Check out our new ride!  Fascut recently purchased an ALL ELECTRIC plug-in Chevy BOLT.  This vehicle will go around 230 miles on a charge and will take advantage of increasing supplies of renewable energy on the grid.  We wish for you and yours a very happy holiday sea...

December 12, 2017

Ever wonder what the size number for rebar represents?  It's actually quite easy.  The number represents a unit of 1/8 of an inch.  So that means a #4 rebar is 4 times 1/8" or in other words - 1/2".  #5 bar is 5/8"; #6 bar is 3/4" and so on.  To cut and bend your rebar...

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