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18TPI Replacement Blade for Nobex Champion Miter Saw

18TPI Replacement Blade for Nobex Champion Miter Saw
$16.99

Standard replacement blade for the Nobex Champion Miter Saw (93683, sold separately). Its 18-tooth-per-inch count gives you a smooth, aggressive cut.

Nobex Champion Miter Saw, 24TPI Replacement blade

Nobex Champion Miter Saw, 24TPI Replacement blade
$16.99

The 24 teeth per inch of this replacement blade for the Nobex Champion Miter Saw (93683, sold separately) will provide a smoothness of cut suitable for frames and cornices.

Nobex Proman Miter Saw Replacement Blade, 18 tpi

Nobex Proman Miter Saw Replacement Blade, 18 tpi
$16.99

Replacement 18 tpi general-purpose blade for the Nobex Proman Miter Saw (93675, sold separately).

2-1/2" Replacement Blade For Scraper

2-1/2" Replacement Blade For Scraper
$16.99

Replacement Blade for the Handled Carbide Scraper (24150, sold separately). Lasts longer than conventional blades! Carbide blade is convex ground.Technical Details:2-1/2" wide blade is double edged and convex groundBlade is made of tungsten carbide and lasts 100 times longer than conventional bladesRemoves paint, glue, rust, and varnish on all surfaces

Replacement Blade For Japanese Mini Dozuki Panel Saw

Replacement Blade For Japanese Mini Dozuki Panel Saw
$16.99

Replacement blade for the Japanese Mini Dozuki hand saw (65573, sold separately).Technical Details:6" cutting edge has impulse-hardened teeth18 TPI with teeth pitch of 1.4mm (0.058")0.3mm (.012" ) thick bladeHook tooth at the tip of the blade is used to scratch line to start the first cut

Nobex Proman Miter Saw Replacement Blade, 24 tpi

Nobex Proman Miter Saw Replacement Blade, 24 tpi
$16.99

This 24TPI replacement blade for the Nobex Proman Miter Saw (93675, sold separately) produces very fine cuts.

Curly Bubinga Sold by the Piece

Curly Bubinga Sold by the Piece
$16.99

Often referred to as "African Rosewood," Bubinga has become a popular choice for musical instruments and fine decorative pieces. It showcases gorgeous grain patterns and reddish-brown tones with purple veining.Tree: Often reaches a height of over 100 feet, with trunk diameters of 36 inches.Sapwood: Whitish.Heartwood: Medium red-brown or red to reddish-brown with light red/purple veins.Grain: Straight or interlocked.Texture: Even grain ranging from fine to very fine.Luster: Very lustrous.Odor: Emits a pungent odor when freshly cut.Movement: Dimensionally stable. Retains its shape well after machining.Natural Durability: Naturally resistant to decay and termite attack.Cutting Resistance: Bubinga can be readily sawn, but due to its density, a slow feed rate is advised.Working characteristics: Responds well to both machine and hand tools, but cutting edges must be kept sharp.Polishing: Takes an excellent polish.Strength: The wood is extremely strong, with high bending and crushing strength.

Wenge by the Piece-1/2" Thickness

Wenge by the Piece-1/2" Thickness
$16.49

A rich, coffee colored wood with veins of caramel, Wenge's striking contrast makes it an excellent accent wood for small, decorative items. The wood is extremely dense and durable. You won't have to worry about chipout, which is difficult to prevent when planing thin stock. Thin boards are ideal for edging, veneering, inlay, marquetry, sides for decorative boxes, bending stock, bent laminations and whatever else your imagination can dream up!Native to: Forests of Zaire, Cameroon, Gabon, southern Tanzania, Mozambique and the Congo.Tree: Medium sized, may reach a height of 50 to 60 feet, with a trunk diameter of 30 to 36 inches.Sapwood: Pale yellow or white, clearly differentiated from the heartwood.Heartwood: Dark brown to black, with fine, very dark veins and pale lines. Fantastic contrast. Color variation between boards is reported to be moderate.Light and Air-Induced Changes: Exposure lightens the dark color of the wood, and lumber can be intentionally left in the sun to lighten the color.Grain: Fairly straight.Texture: Medium to coarse. Luster: Low.Movement: Fairly stable.Natural Durability: Heartwood is quite durable and resistant to termites. High weather resistance makes Wenge an option for some exterior applications.Working characteristics: Responds well to machine and hand tools, provided they are sharp. Because of the natural resins in the wood, special care must be taken in gluing and finishing operations. Strength: Varies with density. Bending strength is generally very high. Compressive strength parallel to the grain is exceptionally high. It is moderately hard and resistant to marring. High weight and density.

Universal Foot 2-pack for 3rd Hand Extension Tool

Universal Foot 2-pack for 3rd Hand Extension Tool
$15.99

Large 6" x 6" footprint letsyou free-stand your 3rd Hand Extension Tool. It can also be used asa "TopFOOT" for increasedplatform surface area.

2-In-1 Cornering And Trimming Tool

2-In-1 Cornering And Trimming Tool
$15.99

The affordable and easy to use 2-in-1 cornering and trimming tool is perfect for "easing off" 90 degree corners and trimming veneers. It comes complete with two blades: A veneer trimmer and an edge softening blade for quickly and accurately rounding off sharp edges.Technical Details:Includes veneer trimmer and edge softening bladesEdge softening blade cuts both 1/8" and 3/16" radiiEasy to grip plastic handle (1) 2-in-1 cornering and trimming tool with two blades

Stainless Steel Pry Bar/Scraper Set

Stainless Steel Pry Bar/Scraper Set
$15.99

The Stainless Steel Pry Bar Set is a great addition to any toolbox! Rigid stainless steel construction makes both the 7" and 9" tools ideal for pulling, prying and scraping. Each tool has sharpened edges and nail puller.Technical Details:1/8" thick metalSharpened edge and nail puller9" bar has 1-1/16" bend7" bar has a 1" bendStainless Steel

Three Blade Shavehook

Three Blade Shavehook
$15.99

Easily remove paint and varnish from flat, curved and angled surfaces, including window frames and doors! An invaluable tool for preparing, repairing and refinishing. Features tempered steel blades and ergonomic, comfortable grip handle. Set includes three blades: triangular, teardrop and combination.Technical Details:Triangular blade measures 2" on each side.Use the triangular shavehook for stripping paint and varnish from flat wooden surfaces and edges.Teardrop blade is 2-3/4"L x 1-3/8"W at its widest part with 2-1/4" sharpened area on each side.Combination blade is 1-1/8" curve cutter and 1-3/16" cove cutter, vee blade area 1-7/8" x 1-3/4". Short flat area is 7/8".Use the teardrop and combination shavehooks for concave, convex and shaped surfaces such as moldings.Blade should be perpendicular to the surface and drawn toward you.Ergonomic, comfortable grip handle.

Drill Press Tool Collector

Drill Press Tool Collector
$15.99

Keeps tools organized and right on hand! No more searching through the tool box for the bit you need- it's clearly visible with the tool collector!Plastic. 11" diameter. Swings out of the way when not in use. (Also a great place to keep that cup of coffee!)

Tool Belt Apron

Tool Belt Apron
$15.99

With three roomy hardware pouches, two hammer loops, and ten additional pockets for various tools, the Rockler Tool Belt Apron keeps your most essential tools and hardware close at hand. The belt is adjustable for waist sizes from 26-inch to 50-inch, and attaches securely with a quick-release buckle. 14oz duck cotton.Technical Details:Made out of durable 14oz duck cotton.13 total pockets.Two heavy duty polyester hammer loops.Quick-release buckle.Belt is easily adjustable (from around 26-inch to 50-inch).

Spring Tool Set

Spring Tool Set
$14.99

You won't need a hammer with this innovative spring tool that lets you center punch and drive finish nails with ease. Two Bit Snapper features hardened steel and ringed ends for sure grip.Spring tool features center punch and 2/32" nail set. Center punch lets you create indentations in the surface of numerous materials. Simply mark spot to be punched, place and press tip on mark, lift plunger and release. 2/32" nail set lets you drive finish nails below the surface of wood. Just drive finish nail to within 1/8" of surface, place and press cupped tip of setter over nail head, lift plunger and release. Nail set is best suited for #5 and #6 finish nails.

1x Miller Walnut Dowels, 40 Pack

1x Miller Walnut Dowels, 40 Pack
$14.99

Voted one of the hot new tools from the 2002 Show Circuit by Wood Magazine! Miller Dowel has reintroduced peg construction with distinct advantages over standard dowel construction.Select the best-sized Miller Dowel and corresponding Miller Dowel Drill Bit for your application. Align and secure the wood pieces to be joined. (You may even choose to glue and set all components in place.) Drill the stepped pilot hole for the dowel.*Spread a small amount of glue on the ribbed sections of the dowel and insert it so that it drops approximately two-thirds its length. (It will self-center and align with the 2nd board even if you have not preglued or clamped the components.)Tap the dowel until fully inserted.Trim/sand any raised portion.*The depth drilled determines the depth of insertion. This not only allows users to countersink, tap flush, or leave raised, but also gives woodworkers the option to only use a portion of the dowel.If only 2 ½ sections of the drill bit is used, then only 2 ½ sections of the dowel will be inserted. This technique doubles the versatility of the product because it means that each size Miller Dowel is two sizes in one. It is an ideal feature when depth or thickness is restrictive, or for achieving a decorative effect.The Miller Dowel is perfect for use in a wide variety of wood joining and fastening applications, such as furniture, decks/docks, stairs and hand railings, cabinets, windows and doors, toys and more! Helps you avoid the problems associated with nails and screws, such as wood rot, metal corrosion and rust, nail pops, and splitting of the grain. Choose from 1x, 2x or NEW Mini-X Quick Drill kits, which include stepped drill bit and 50 Birch dowels. Dowels available in three sizes: 1x for boards up to 1" thick, and 2x for boards up to 1-3/4" thick and NEW Mini-X for joining 1/2" stock. Drill bits fit 3/8" chuck. Additional packs of 25 dowels also available in birch, oak, cherry and walnut. Joining wood with wooden fasteners avoids the problems with nails and screws, such as Wood rot, of which even a minor amount compromises joint strength,1) Metal corrosion and rust2) Dangerous "Nail Pops" or "Shiners" 3) Splitting of the grain.Peg Construction traditionally involves the difficult task of driving a pin dowel into a pilot hole that is just as tight at the top as it is at the bottom. Not only do you have to use a hammer from the very beginning, but it only gets tougher the deeper you get!The MILLER Dowel is inserted 75% by hand because of the relationship of the dowel shape to its pilot hole. You get better holding strength, and it is easier to tap in! Another advantage of having the dowel inserted so far through the top board is that the pilot hole does not have a chance to misalign. The hole for a traditional dowel must be perfectly matched up so the dowel can enter the second piece of wood without problems.The MILLER Dowel is already well into the second piece of wood before you even reach for your hammer! The MILLER Dowel has exceptional holding strength because the shoulder between the widest and second widest sections gets lodged in the top board. This produces a capping effect like the head on a screw or a nail.This dowel has excellent adhesion as glue remains all along the MILLER Dowel's length, settling under each shoulder, instead of being forced down to the bottom of the hole or sheared off at the top. Many woodworkers appreciate the decorative appearance of the pegged or "Shaker" look. Since our dowels can be stained prior to insertion, it simple to enhance the contrast for both light and dark woods. Why use plugs to cover countersunk screws? Using plugs involves drilling a pilot hole, screwing in a fastener, then gluing and inserting the plug. Why not just skip a step by using a MILLER Dowel? Plus, you won't worry about the plugs falling out and disappearing.Our fit remains tight. Unlike nails or screws, wooden dowels are naturally flexible and dampen vibration. There is no compression of the surrounding wood, which would loosen the fit.The original intent for our product was to be a safety fastener. Injuries and damages caused by exposed nail/screw heads are prevented by using MILLER Dowels.MILLER Dowels introduce a new joinery technique that can be used instead of difficult, expensive, and/or very time consuming methods like blind dowels, biscuits, pocket screws, or mortise and tenon.There is one timesaving assembly technique that is made possible by MILLER Dowels. A Chicago woodworker developed this as an alternative to the mortise and tenon joinery in his furniture design.In this method, pieces of wood to be joined are simply glued and aligned. Once cured, the glue eliminates the need for a brace.Pilot holes are then drilled, and the dowels can then be inserted for structural support.Not only does this method guarantee perfectly flush joinery, but it takes 25% of the time!

1x Miller Cherry Dowels, 40 Pack

1x Miller Cherry Dowels, 40 Pack
$14.99

Voted one of the hot new tools from the 2002 Show Circuit by Wood Magazine! Miller Dowel has reintroduced peg construction with distinct advantages over standard dowel construction.Combo Offer Now get a 1X Miller Dowel System, Clamp-It and two Mini-Clampsfor one low price.Select the best-sized Miller Dowel and corresponding Miller Dowel Drill Bit for your application. Align and secure the wood pieces to be joined. (You may even choose to glue and set all components in place.) Drill the stepped pilot hole for the dowel.*Spread a small amount of glue on the ribbed sections of the dowel and insert it so that it drops approximately two-thirds its length. (It will self-center and align with the 2nd board even if you have not preglued or clamped the components.)Tap the dowel until fully inserted.Trim/sand any raised portion. *The depth drilled determines the depth of insertion. This not only allows users to countersink, tap flush, or leave raised, but also gives woodworkers the option to only use a portion of the dowel.If only 2 ½ sections of the drill bit is used, then only 2 ½ sections of the dowel will be inserted. This technique doubles the versatility of the product because it means that each size Miller Dowel is two sizes in one. It is an ideal feature when depth or thickness is restrictive, or for achieving a decorative effect.The Miller Dowel is perfect for use in a wide variety of wood joining and fastening applications, such as furniture, decks/docks, stairs and hand railings, cabinets, windows and doors, toys and more! Helps you avoid the problems associated with nails and screws, such as wood rot, metal corrosion and rust, nail pops, and splitting of the grain. Choose from 1x, 2x or NEW Mini-X Quick Drill kits, which include stepped drill bit and 50 Birch dowels. Dowels available in three sizes: 1x for boards up to 1" thick, and 2x for boards up to 1-3/4" thick and NEW Mini-X for joining 1/2" stock. Drill bits fit 3/8" chuck. Additional packs of 25 dowels also available in birch, oak, cherry and walnut. Joining wood with wooden fasteners avoids the problems with nails and screws, such as Wood rot, of which even a minor amount compromises joint strength,1) Metal corrosion and rust2) Dangerous "Nail Pops" or "Shiners" 3) Splitting of the grain.Peg Construction traditionally involves the difficult task of driving a pin dowel into a pilot hole that is just as tight at the top as it is at the bottom. Not only do you have to use a hammer from the very beginning, but it only gets tougher the deeper you get!The MILLER Dowel is inserted 75% by hand because of the relationship of the dowel shape to its pilot hole. You get better holding strength, and it is easier to tap in! Another advantage of having the dowel inserted so far through the top board is that the pilot hole does not have a chance to misalign. The hole for a traditional dowel must be perfectly matched up so the dowel can enter the second piece of wood without problems.The MILLER Dowel is already well into the second piece of wood before you even reach for your hammer! The MILLER Dowel has exceptional holding strength because the shoulder between the widest and second widest sections gets lodged in the top board. This produces a capping effect like the head on a screw or a nail.This dowel has excellent adhesion as glue remains all along the MILLER Dowel's length, settling under each shoulder, instead of being forced down to the bottom of the hole or sheared off at the top. Many woodworkers appreciate the decorative appearance of the pegged or "Shaker" look. Since our dowels can be stained prior to insertion, it simple to enhance the contrast for both light and dark woods. Why use plugs to cover countersunk screws? Using plugs involves drilling a pilot hole, screwing in a fastener, then gluing and inserting the plug. Why not just skip a step by using a MILLER Dowel? Plus, you won't worry about the plugs falling out and disappearing.Our fit remains tight. Unlike nails or screws, wooden dowels are naturally flexible and dampen vibration. There is no compression of the surrounding wood, which would loosen the fit.The original intent for our product was to be a safety fastener. Injuries and damages caused by exposed nail/screw heads are prevented by using MILLER Dowels.MILLER Dowels introduce a new joinery technique that can be used instead of difficult, expensive, and/or very time consuming methods like blind dowels, biscuits, pocket screws, or mortise and tenon.There is one timesaving assembly technique that is made possible by MILLER Dowels. A Chicago woodworker developed this as an alternative to the mortise and tenon joinery in his furniture design.In this method, pieces of wood to be joined are simply glued and aligned. Once cured, the glue eliminates the need for a brace.Pilot holes are then drilled, and the dowels can then be inserted for structural support.Not only does this method guarantee perfectly flush joinery, but it takes 25% of the time!

Bench Dog Push-Loc

Bench Dog Push-Loc
$14.69

A push stick isn't doing much good if you can't find it! Push-Loc comes with an exclusive docking station that mounts to your tool so Push-Loc is always upright and ready for use. The docking station is also a handy pencil tray, and it even holsters two tape measures. Push-Loc's innovative handle is offset to the left for better safety and visibility. It gets your hands out of harms way, allows you to see your workpiece better, and you won't bang your knuckles on the blade guard. The offset also allows you to use it horizontally on the router table.Made in USA.Offset handle keeps your hand out of harm's way and improves visibility.Ergonomic "no-slip" grip.Rubber sole helps prevent slippage and won't mar your workpiece.Exclusive docking station keeps Push-Loc upright, always ready for use.

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