Traditional waterjets are huge, expensive, and a pain to maintain. The Wazer Waterjet Cutter is none of those. Able to sit on most desktops or work areas, this self-contained unit uses a high-pressure water stream and tiny sand-like abrasive particles to cut through nearly any material, including aluminum, glass, steel, carbon fiber, and even marble. It has integrated storage for the abrasive, simple onboard controls, and easy height adjustment, and cleans up quickly after you're done cutting. It supports standard DXF and SVG files from common software like Illustrator, Solidworks, or SketchUp, and can make cuts as precise as 0.003", letting you create everything from simple shapes to intricate designs.
Even the most novice DIY'er knows the hassle of switching back and forth between a drill bit and a driver. The Worx Switchdriver makes the process easier than ever. It has a rotating head with two 1/4 inch chucks — one for your bit, and one for your driver. Since neither bit has to be removed, you can drill a hole, rotate the head, and sink the screw in a single step. Its 20V lithium battery provides roughly two hours of use per charge, and the integrated LED light lets you work anytime, day or night.