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Bref Rhone Alpes - Mars 2013

« Fabricant de foret pour le travail du bois, Outillage Nourrisson Claude vient de racheter son concurrent allemand Miebach »…

BBI - February 2013

BBI - February 2013

BBI – Février 2013

« En acquérant le fabricant allemand Colt, Riss Industrie conforte sa stratégie basée sur la fabrication d’outils pour le bois en France et acquiert de nouveaux savoir-faire »…

Hardware International Fair de Cologne

Hardware International Fair de Cologne

COLT et RISS était au matériel Salon international de Cologne pour montrer leurs nouveaux produits.

MERCI BEAUCOUP pour votre visite.

Popular Woodworking June 2010

Popular Woodworking June 2010

"It´s hard to imagine that someone today could come up with a better Forstner bit
they were first invented in 1874.
Christopher Schwarz

Woodworking Institute #209

Woodworking Institute #209

Mark Baker tests these new drill bits which are perfect for pen turners

These Colt pen drill bits are specifically designed to drill accurate hole in end-grain as well as acrylic pen blanks. The parabolic flute is purported to clear the chips quickly and prevents chip burn.

British Woodworking - Issue #15 - Dec/Jan 09/10

British Woodworking - Issue #15 - Dec/Jan 09/10

"Sometimes it's worth paying extra for drill bits and Forstners" says Nick Gibbs.

You can have the best drill press in the world, but it's relegated to the also-rans by using an ordinary bit. We all get tempted by huge packs of various bits, only to discover they're not much cop.

Woodturning Magazine - Feb 2010

Woodturning Magazine - Feb 2010

Colt Maxicut Forstner bits
Mark Baker looks at this new-style Forstner bit and extension shank system and finds it to be excellent.

Toolmonger

Toolmonger

I'm not sure how many times the Forstner bit can be reinvented, but let's try at least one more time. Touting several improvements over other Forstner bits, the Maxicut Forstner bits made by Horst Miebach in Germany ar sold under the Colt Brand.

Popular Woodworking - 08 2008

Popular Woodworking - 08 2008

New Forstner Bits defy the laws of physics.
It's hard to imagine that someone today could come up with a better Forstner bit - they were first patented in 1874. But today we used a new Forstner from a German company called Horst Miebach that chewed through wood like nothing i've ever seen.

Popular Woodworking - Best New Tools 2008

Popular Woodworking - Best New Tools 2008

Before I started this magazine, I saw tools as things that came in boxes. But during the last 12 years, my view has changed. I now see tools as triumphs of marketing, engineering or both.