Quickly and easily make perfectly clean, square cuts on PVC, melamine, polyester and veneer. This trimmer features double-sided blades and will cut strips up to 0.5 mm thick and 2" wide. Simply place the end trimmer on the end of the panel and firmly press the lever down. You'll get a high-quality cut on all corners of the board!Plastic body.Two (upper and lower) high speed steel blades.
The Magswitch Dual Roller Guide tool attachment is for use with the Magswitch Workholding System. Mounts to the Universal Base and MagJigs (sold separately). Features core advantages of Magswitch including fast, strong set up anywhere on a steel table or cast Iron fence. Features a dual set of roller bearing supports for firm yet smooth gliding of wood through a blade. Includes micro adjustment for fine tuning to 90 degrees. Ideal for re-sawing on band saws, a second hand to support raised/long or tall panels on table saws, general in-feed out-feed support on tables or fences. Low profile design for use on your smallest tables.Technical Details:Product Dimensions: 4" x 8-1/2"For use with Magswitch Workholding System (sold separately)Mounts to the Universal Base and MagJigs (sold separately)Features core advantages of Magswitch including fast, strong set up anywhere on a steel table or cast Iron fence.Features a dual set of roller bearings for firm yet smooth glide of wood through a blade.Includes micro adjustment for fine tuning to 90 degrees.Ideal for resawing on band saws, a second hand to hold raised/long or tall panels against a fence on table saws, general infeed/outfeed support on tables or fences.
This saw is highly recommended for beginning users of Japanese Saws. This small Japanese hand saw is used for scoring and cutting panels or veneer. The "Woodpecker" hook tooth at the tip "V" end of the blade is used to scratch line to start the first cut. Metal backbone (Dozuki) helps keep the blade stiff. 7-1/2" Long cane Wrapped wood handle.Technical Details:6" cutting edge has hard impulse hardened teeth18 TPI with teeth pitch of 1.4mm (0.058")0.3mm (.012" ) thick bladeMetal backbone (Dozuki) helps keep the blade stiff7-1/2" long cane wrapped wood handle 14-5/8" overall lengthUsed for scoring and cutting panels or veneer.Replacement Blade is sold separately, 65581
Master the techniques for hand and power tools. This step-by-step reference provides quick access for learning this essential woodworking process. More than 750 photos and drawings illustrate the equipment available for sharpening and the methods for getting sharp edges on all types of tools -- from basic chisels to molding planes and jointer knives.Among the subjects covered: Choosing a sharpening system Sharpening planes and saws Touching up blades and bits Shaping turning gouges Honing carving tools About the author Toolmaker Thomas Lie-Nielsen brings a unique perspective to the subject of sharpening. He started making hand tools in 1981, after working in New York City at tool dealer Garrett Wade. Lie-Nielsen Toolworks now makes several dozen different high-end hand planes and saws, based on traditional designs. Hardcover, 9-3/16 x 10-7/8 in., 224 pages, with color photos and drawings Published 2004, ISBN 1-56158-657-9, # 070737Taunton's Complete Illustrated Guide to Sharpening Preview
Your guide to selecting, using and maintaining a huge variety of handplanes plus plans for making a handful of your very own! The author breaks every plane down into six basic elements that are common to every plane, and demonstrates how they work. You'll also learn about planes from countries across the globe, including Japan and China. Includes over 200 beautiful photographs and sketches. 256 pages. Softcover.Table of Contents:IntroductionChapter 1: Smooth - What to Use When and WhyChapter 2: Sharp - Cutting Through the MystiqueChapter 3: Plane Anatomy - Understanding How a Plane FunctionsChapter 4: Bench Planes - The Classic TriumvirateChapter 5: Three More Planes - Strategies to Speed the WorkChapter 6: Styles of Planes - A Wealth of TraditionsChapter 7: Choosing Your First Planes - A Guide to a Suitable ToolkitChapter 8: Planes for Joinery - Tools and Techniques for Making and Fitting JointsChapter 9: Planes for Shaping Wood - Tools for Forming and Decorating Your ProjectsChapter 10: Getting Your Plane to Work - Tuning and TroubleshootingChapter 11: Sharpening - A Basic Skill that Leads to OthersChapter 12: Bench Work - Of Slaves, Dogs, Dead Men, and DonkeysChapter 13: Making & Using a Shooting Board - Getting at that Last Thousandth of an InchChapter 14: Making Your Own Planes - You Can Have Whatever You WantIndex
Just bump the "Stop Paddle" to quickly shut off power. Large, bright paddle is easy to find when you're in a tight spot. Locate it near your hip or knee and you'll never have to take your hands off the workpiece. Great for use with router tables or any workbench where you use a stationary power tool.Includes 7' grounded cord to outlet and 2' female cord to power tool for quick plug-in and use.Mounts to Rockler steel shop stands or any other surface with screws.Heavy-duty 15 amp switch.Sturdy construction takes the hits and keeps on ticking.
This Woodburning Kit is an excellent choice for both beginners and those more experienced in pyrography. The lightweight 30-watt iron develops tip temperatures of up to 1050°, providing fast response and bold, dark strokes. The shaft is quite short, enabling better control by bringing the work closer to your hand. Four specially designed interchangeable points are included, so a variety of effects can be achieved with one easy, affordable tool. Made in USA.
The Stanley Model 12-951 Flat-Base Spokeshave is designed for curved work, such as shaping chair seats and legs. It features 2-1/8" wide cutters that are fully adjustable for depth of cut and thickness of shavings, and the blade is replaceable. The tool measures 10" in length and comes with a vinyl pouch that protects the plane when not in use. Honing recommended before use.
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 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 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!
Anything from Crown Hand Tools Ltd. is a treat for you and your toolbox! Manufactured to British Standard BS3322, this beautiful 6" Tri-Miter Square is no exception. Features a hardened, tempered and blued steel blade with rosewood stock. Fitted with Brass, this tool is accurate, attractive and a must for the traditional craftsman!Technical Details:Manufactured to British Standard BS3322Hardened, tempered and blued steel bladeRosewood stockFitted with Brass
This Spring Loaded Nail Starter Set is designed to help you decrease your project construction time.This basic 3 piece wood working set includes 2/32 nail / center punch, 5/16 wood chisel and a 2/32 nail starter. These tools each feature a powerful spring technology allowing you to get a surprising amount of force without another driving tool. PrecisionThe precise nature of these tools allow you to work in a restricted space area as it takes up less space than a traditional hammer or screw driver. The accuracy of the force allows you to also avoid marring your surface accidently with your hammer or other tools. SimplicityEach spring loaded tool is easy to use, requires no additional tools to complete its task and can easily in your work belt or pocket. Drive your nails, start nail or screw holes or chisel where you need with ease. These tools are designed to make your projects easier.
Many hands make light work" is a suitable motto for the new Crown Support from Bench Dog Tools. What used to require an assistant and a second ladder is now portable, permanent and unfailingly reliable. Unlike similar products on the market, the Bench Dog Crown Support straddles the molding, leaving the installer free to slide the molding and adjust it for the tightest joint possible. This eliminates the need for climbing down the ladder and adjusting the molding support device. The soft support pads are fully adjustable to accommodate crown moldings from 1-1/2" to 8" wide. Once adjusted, the support assembly swivels and wedges against the wall and ceiling, providing a secure hold with no risk of marring. Built from top quality materials, and with entirely tool-free adjustments. The Crown Support threads onto most standard painter's poles, as well as the new 12' Telescoping Pole (31337). A separate adapter (33940) is also available that allows the Crown Support to be used with the FastCap 3rd Hand Extension, a support pole that many carpenters already own. Patent Pending.
Shape chair spindles, cabriole legs, and round surfaces with these high-quality Kunz spokeshaves!Like a plane with handles, a spokeshave makes it easy to control the depth of cut for a perfect surface.Two styles available: flat face for work on outside curves, and round face for use on inside curves.Comes with 2-1/16" wide blade made from high carbon steel. Honing required before use.10" long cast-iron tool body has 45° bed angle and 25° grind angle.With two adjustable screws for setting depth of cut.Replacement blade is universal and can be used with both the flat and round spokeshave. Sold separately.