PATENT PENDING

THE TOOL SWING, INC.
MAKING YOUR WORK BENCH... WORK FOR YOU!!!

About the company


 ABOUT THE INVENTOR



Rich Meyer - Inventor/Manufacturer/Distributor/and President of THE TOOL SWING, INC.
Picture of Rich and THE TOOL SWING NO. 0000001
First one ever sold. Thanks Eldon.




 Hi everyone. Just wanted to say a little about myself and my company. My motto when building has always been... "Build it right and build it to last".   I came up with this great product out of necessity in my own life. Now in my spare time I'm trying to get this great product out to people that could use a little something that I've found to be very helpful in my own garage. I've always been someone that's trying to come up with ways to make my life easier. THE TOOL SWING has done EXACTLY that. Well that's it in a nutshell. Just a regular guy with a 40 hour a week job that has come up with a great product that can see a possibilitly of maybe helping a few others out in their own garage. So if you can see a use for THE TOOL SWING in your own garage or shop I can tell you one thing. Its built to last!!!!  Thanks for your time and have a great day. 
                                                                                                                           
                                                                                                                   - Rich Meyer










HOW IT BEGAN 





  It was 1996 when I was living in a little house with a single car garage.  Well this little garage just didn't give me much room for all my tools. The main problem was my chop saw. It was either on the floor, or on the bench, but always in the way. So..... I started thinking... "THERE HAS TO BE A BETTER WAY!!!" So.. after several days of thinking. I came up with an idea. Well... I went home and started cutting and welding. After a couple days of trial and error  THE TOOL SWING was born. I couldn't believe how awesome it worked. 
  So after several years of hearing "That is awesome!!! You should patent that". From just about everyone that saw it. I finally decided to do it.
 The next question I asked myself was..... What tools are in the way for more people than anything. Well I figured the answer to that question was a vise and a bench grinder. So after some thought... I decided to see if I could build one for each. The bench grinder model was fairly easy to design because I knew it didn't have to hold a lot of weight. Building one strong enough to hold a vise was a whole new challenge. Well guess what... I figured it out. It's more than strong enough even for the professional.




 



THE TOOL SWING, INC.
12715 CHANDLER CIR.
OMAHA, NE. 68138
402-618-1956
rich@thetoolswing.com







 

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