Powered by compressed air, pneumatic tools of all kinds are fit to perform a multitude of jobs. Although pneumatic tools are commonly used for tons of woodworking applications, air-driven tools are also common a wide number of industries. Whether it’s to drive fasteners like nails or staples, or for applying paint, pneumatic tools offer some benefits when compared to their electric counterparts. With the aid of air compressors or attached compressed air bottles, pneumatic tools can be made to be lighter and smaller than electric tools. And because they have fewer moving parts than electric tools, pneumatic tools require less maintenance and can last for a very long time. Not sure which pneumatic tool suits your needs? Stop by your local Woodcraft retailer and one of our knowledgeable sales associates will be happy to help.