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Olson 5-inch Pin End Thin Kerf Scroll Saw Blades, 6-Pack

Olson 5-inch Pin End Thin Kerf Scroll Saw Blades, 6-Pack
$5.99

Thin kerf scroll saw blades for extra-fine cuts in hard or soft wood, as well asplastic. Capable of cutting materials from 3/32-inch to 1/2-inch thick, and of cuttingradiuses as small as 1/8-inch. Fine spring steel. Sold in packs of six.Technical Details:Excellent for hardwoods, softwoods, plywood, plastic and fibrous materials.Skip tooth.0.070-inch wide.0.010-inch thick.18.5 TPI.Pin end type (5-inch between pins).

Woodworker's Journal March/April 2015

Woodworker's Journal March/April 2015
$5.99

Build projects with both modern and classic styling; increase your productivity and upgrade your shop skills with a framing jig and instructions on using a steady rest; easily create a curved laminate; and check out the choices for the best 10'' sliding compound miter saw. You'll find all this and more in the March/April 2015 issue of Woodworker's Journal. Coffee Table with LED Lighting: Sandor Nagyszalanczy adds an additional element of fun to a mid-century modern styled coffee table with the installation of color-changing LED lights beneath the glass top. Tool Review: Chris Marshall examines the current crop of 10'' sliding compound miter saws. His tests of hundreds of crosscuts and compound cuts through hard maple help answer the question "which saw is right for you?'' L.& J.G. Stickley-Inspired Settle: Simple construction techniques like mortise-and-tenon, grooves and corbels underlie the minimalist design of this Arts and Crafts style project inspired by some of the Stickley brothers. Bowfront Hall Table: A curved laminate front apron is the key detail to this table. Creating it takes patience and precision, but doesn't require rocket science. Framing Jig: Making frames? This jig will give you fast, accurate clamping and easy glue-up. Carving Linenfold Panels: Fool the eye with a wood panel that looks like folded cloth '' a great project for beginning carvers. Woodturning: Learn how to successfully turn long, slender items with advice from Ernie Conover (and a steady rest).

DeWalt 4'' 10-TPI U-Shank Jig Saw Blades, 2-Pack

DeWalt 4'' 10-TPI U-Shank Jig Saw Blades, 2-Pack
$5.29

These precision jig saw blades have ten teeth per inch for making smooth radius cuts and tight scribes. They're ideal for coping crown moldings and other trim work on woods up to 1'' thick. Fits DeWalt and other universal shank saws. High carbon steel with precision ground teeth for smooth, clean cuts and a long lifeDeeper gullets with increased free space remove more material for faster cuttingUniversal Shank fits most Black & Decker, Skil and DeWalt saws

Famowood Wood Filler-Wood Filler (6 oz)

Famowood Wood Filler-Wood Filler (6 oz)
$5.19

Made from genuine wood flour, these fillers closely emulate the properties of real wood. They can be stained, sawed, drilled, sanded, planed and nailed, just like the real thing. They show no noticeable signs of shrinking or cracking, so you'll only have to apply it once for a smooth repair. It spreads smoothly and evenly, and sinks into gaps. No mixing is required, and it dries in only 15 minutes. Suitable for interior or exterior use. Available in 10 colors.Instructions for use:Match wood filler color to unfinished wood. Always test filler, stain and finish combination on small area.Press wood filler into defect.When dry, sand flush with surrounding surfaces.Sand and finish after approximately 15 minutes.Use Famowood Solvent (54684) for cleanup.Over time, the filler in the can may thicken. Use Famowood Solvent (54684) to restore wood filler to its original consistency.

East Indian Rosewood Turning Blanks

East Indian Rosewood Turning Blanks
$4.99

East Indian Rosewood has graced the curving sides of countless guitars with its rich dark tone and gorgeous striped figure. Its density and stability also make it an excellent candidate for turning, and its high resin content allows you to attain a fine polish. These turning blanks are available in an assortment of sizes for bowls, platters, carvings, bottle stoppers, chess pieces, tool handles, table legs, spindles, finials, candlesticks and whatever else your imagination can conjure up!Due to high demand and limited supply, we cannot always guarantee that this item will be in stock. Turning Blanks come rough sawn to nominal thickness and are coated with wax.Features:Common Uses: Decorative and ornamental items, fine furniture, musical instruments, luthiery, and turnery. Working Characteristics: Fairly difficult to saw and machine. Sharp tools are essential. Turns well.

Universal Scroll Saw Reverse Blades

Universal Scroll Saw Reverse Blades
$4.99

Looking to get more out of your scroll saw? These reverse blades feature teeth pointed in both directions to give splinter-free cutting on the top and bottom. Blades have plain unpinned ends.Technical Details#12R blades are 5" long and .062" wide with .024 kerf and 9.5 (6 reverse) TPI#5R blades are 5" long and .038 wide with .016 kerf and 12.5 (9 reverse) TPI

Universal Scroll Saw Blades

Universal Scroll Saw Blades
$4.99

Scroll Blades are recommended for cutting thicker and harder material. Skip Tooth Scroll Saw Blades may out- perform metal cutting or jewelers piercing scroll saw blades in cutting metal. Skip Tooth blades can cut cold rolled steel, copper, brass, aluminum sheet and bronze. Soft metal up to 1/8" thick can be cut easily, whether a single sheet of stock or several thinner sheets in a stack.

High Performance and Crown Scroll Saw Blades-High Performance

High Performance and Crown Scroll Saw Blades-High Performance
$4.99

Gives you a fast, precise and smooth cut time after time.High Performance "Skip Tooth/Reverse " PGT- Cuts through plywood and softwoods with minimal burning or underside tear out. Razor sharp teeth cut faster with greater accuracy on both straight and radius cuts. Consistently smooth, sand free. 6 blades per pack.Crown Tooth- Excellent for cutting plastics, acrylics and Corian. The unique teeth shape cuts on both the up and down stroke, allowing you to cut through plastic like butter! When one side gets dull, turn it upside down for a fresh set of teeth. 6 blades per pack.

Purpleheart by the Piece-1/8" Thickness

Purpleheart by the Piece-1/8" Thickness
$4.99

True to its name, purpleheart boasts vibrant purple heartwood, and a fine, satiny texture. Initially a dull brown, it takes on its brilliant tone shortly after the wood is cut. The sapwood is creamy, pinkish cinnamon. It has exceptionally high bending and crushing strength, is dimensionally stable, and is extremely resistant to decay. All boards are machined S4S to 1/8", 1/4", 1/2" and 3/4" thicknesses. Thin boards are well-suited for edging, veneering, marquetry, sides for decorative boxes, bending stock and bent laminations, while the thicker boards are ideal for furniture, paneling, cabinet doors, moldings, drawer sides, fine jewelry boxes and whatever else your imagination can dream up!Alternate name: Peltogyne.Tree: Usually tall, with a height of about 100 to 150 feet and a diameter of up to 48 inches, usually between 18 and 36 inches.Heartwood: Initially dull brown, rapidly changing to a bright, vibrant purple. Prolonged exposure darkens wood to a dark-purplish brown or dark brown, but the original color can be preserved with a UV inhibitor. Color variation among boards is reported to be moderate to high. Presence of minerals in some boards may cause uneven coloration and steaming is reported to affect the color. Light & Air-Induced Changes: Treatment against the effects of ultra-violet rays maintainss the original color of the wood. Treatment with Armorall, the car finish product, under lacquer is reported to hold the color well.Grain: Typically straight, occasionally wavy or irregular.Texture: Medium to fine.Luster: Medium to high.Movement: Very dimensionally stable.Natural Durability: Highly resistant to attack by decay fungi, very resistant to dry-wood termites, and somewhat resistant to attack by marine borers. Also reported to be resistant to chemicals such as acids.Cutting Resistance: Purpleheart is moderately difficult to saw. Tools usually require frequent sharpening. A reduced cutting angle of 15 degrees is recommended, especially when planing and moulding material with interlocked or wavy grain. Nailing: The wood requires to be pre-bored, but nail-holding capabilities are reported to be good.Steam Bending: The wood steam bends fairly well.Strength Properties: Bending strength in the air-dry condition is very high, and crushing strength is exceptionally high. It does not mar or dent easily, and is very heavy and dense.

Purpleheart by the Piece-1/4" Thickness

Purpleheart by the Piece-1/4" Thickness
$4.99

True to its name, purpleheart boasts vibrant purple heartwood, and a fine, satiny texture. Initially a dull brown, it takes on its brilliant tone shortly after the wood is cut. The sapwood is creamy, pinkish cinnamon. It has exceptionally high bending and crushing strength, is dimensionally stable, and is extremely resistant to decay. All boards are machined S4S to 1/8", 1/4", 1/2" and 3/4" thicknesses. Thin boards are well-suited for edging, veneering, marquetry, sides for decorative boxes, bending stock and bent laminations, while the thicker boards are ideal for furniture, paneling, cabinet doors, moldings, drawer sides, fine jewelry boxes and whatever else your imagination can dream up!Alternate name: Peltogyne.Tree: Usually tall, with a height of about 100 to 150 feet and a diameter of up to 48 inches, usually between 18 and 36 inches.Heartwood: Initially dull brown, rapidly changing to a bright, vibrant purple. Prolonged exposure darkens wood to a dark-purplish brown or dark brown, but the original color can be preserved with a UV inhibitor. Color variation among boards is reported to be moderate to high. Presence of minerals in some boards may cause uneven coloration and steaming is reported to affect the color. Light & Air-Induced Changes: Treatment against the effects of ultra-violet rays maintainss the original color of the wood. Treatment with Armorall, the car finish product, under lacquer is reported to hold the color well.Grain: Typically straight, occasionally wavy or irregular.Texture: Medium to fine.Luster: Medium to high.Movement: Very dimensionally stable.Natural Durability: Highly resistant to attack by decay fungi, very resistant to dry-wood termites, and somewhat resistant to attack by marine borers. Also reported to be resistant to chemicals such as acids.Cutting Resistance: Purpleheart is moderately difficult to saw. Tools usually require frequent sharpening. A reduced cutting angle of 15 degrees is recommended, especially when planing and moulding material with interlocked or wavy grain. Nailing: The wood requires to be pre-bored, but nail-holding capabilities are reported to be good.Steam Bending: The wood steam bends fairly well.Strength Properties: Bending strength in the air-dry condition is very high, and crushing strength is exceptionally high. It does not mar or dent easily, and is very heavy and dense.

Scroll Saw Blades-Scroll Blades

Scroll Saw Blades-Scroll Blades
$4.99

Versatile and reliable scroll saw blades. All blades are unpinned and 5" long with a skip tooth design for fast cutting and greater chip clearance. For work with wood, plastic and fibrous materials. 52712 is for extremely intricate sawing, 99516 is for right radius work in thin 3/32" to 1/8" materials, and 52746 is for close radius cutting in material 1/8" or thicker.Technical DetailsSize #2/0 (52712) blades are .022" wide with .010" kerf and 28 TPISize #2 (99516) blades are .029" wide with .012" kerf and 20 TPISize #5 (52746) blades are .038" wide with .016" kerf and 12.5 TPI

Mill Bastard Files

Mill Bastard Files
$4.99

These mill bastard files feature a single cut-with parallel teeth running in one direction only-for a smooth finish and silky feel. They have the typical mill file shape: rectangular in cross section and tapering slightly in width from tang to end. Use for sharpening saws or for draw-filing and finishing metals. Handles are not included. Professional quality hand files made from premium high carbon steelPrecision ground for clean professional resultsSingle-cut for general purpose sharpening and smoothing of flat surfaces

Thin Stock Threaded Inserts, 4-Pack

Thin Stock Threaded Inserts, 4-Pack
$4.99

If you're looking for a threaded insert for thin material, then you've found it.Until now, the length of most threaded inserts only allowed them to be usedwith 3/4" material or thicker, but the wide, flat design of this insert eliminatesthe need for external threads, allowing it to be used in material as thin as 1/2".Just use a 3/32" slot cutter or a thin kerf saw blade to create a groove in theedge of your material, drill a hole where the insert will be, and you're ready forassembly. Accepts any bolt with a 10-32 threading.Technical Details:Since the Thin Stock Threaded Insert is flat, it doesn't require the thick materialof a normal threaded insert. Wide profile spreads out the load of the screw to prevent pull-through. Tapped to accept any bolt with a 10-32 threading. Use a 3/32" x 1-7/8" diameter slot cutter to create the pocket for the insert. Most thin kerf saw blades also have a 3/32" kerf, and will work for creating thepocket. Made of galvanized steel.

Woodworker's Journal Adirondack Lawn Chair Plan - Reprint

Woodworker's Journal Adirondack Lawn Chair Plan - Reprint
$4.19

This photocopy reprint plan appeared in Woodworker's Journal Volume 10, Issue 4, Page 38. Jul/Aug 1986.This is an extremely comfortable chair with large arms well suited to al fresco dining. It's a somewhat low, easy, laid-back chair that's absolutely perfect for poolside and patio use. The construction is downright simple - if you know how to run a band saw you're halfway home. With a good grade of cedar and brass screws, this is potentially a very hot seller at craft and furniture fairs.Technical Details:Approx: 31-1/2" wideThis is a photocopy reprint planFrom Woodworker's Journal Volume 10, Issue 4, Page 38. Jul/Aug 1986

PG2000 Router Bit Bearing Lube Pen

PG2000 Router Bit Bearing Lube Pen
$3.99

Apply lubrication to router bit bearings, table saw trunnions, drill press gears and more with pin-point accuracy. Provides long lasting, smooth operation of any metal-to-metal mechanism. Lubricant also penetrates and cleans moving parts.

Snap-Closing Semi-Concealed Hinges - For 1/4" Overlay Doors (#5)

Snap-Closing Semi-Concealed Hinges - For 1/4" Overlay Doors (#5)
$3.99

These hinges rest in a simple-to-cut groove and stay almost completely hidden from view, helping preserve the natural look of a wide variety of cabinetry, boxes, furniture and more. The spring-action, snap-closing mechanism utilizes exclusive double nylon washers for smooth open-and-closing action. This unique design ensures tightly closed doors, while included cork stoppers guarantee quiet and gentle operation. These solid steel hinges mount easily to either frameless or face-frame cabinets and are available in beautiful finishes for 1/4" overlay doors.Price includes two hinges, mounting screws and two adhesive cork stoppers. Use on 3/4" to 1" thick doors. No catch required.Note: Installation requires cutting an arced slot 1/4" wide in the cabinet door for the hinge to rest in. For overlay door hinges, the slot should be cut 1/2" deep at its deepest point and about 1-7/8" long using a table saw or dado set no more than 8" in diameter.

Olson 5-inch Pin End General-Purpose Scroll Saw Blades, 6-Pack

Olson 5-inch Pin End General-Purpose Scroll Saw Blades, 6-Pack
$3.99

General-Purpose scroll saw blades for medium-smooth cuts in hard or softwood, as well as plastic. Capable of cutting materials from 3/16-inch to 1/2-inch thick,and of cutting radiuses as small as 5/32-inch. Fine spring steel. Sold in packs of sixTechnical Details:Excellent for hardwoods, softwoods, plywood, plastic and fibrous materials.Regular tooth.0.100-inch wide.0.018-inch thick.15 TPI.Pin end type (5-inch between pins).

Olivewood Turning Blanks-Optional Sizes

Olivewood Turning Blanks-Optional Sizes
$3.49

Highly prized for it's exceptional grain, Olivewood has become a favorite of woodturners. The heartwood is nutty brown, interlaced with fine veins of dark brown and greenish hues. The sapwood is a base of creamy yellow with similar striping. Olivewood is hard, heavy and fine textured. It turns and polishes beautifully. These turning blanks are available in an assortment of sizes for bowls, platters, carvings, bottle stoppers, chess pieces, tool handles, table legs, spindles, finials, candlesticks and whatever else your imagination can conjure up!Due to high demand and limited supply, we cannot always guarantee that this item will be in stock. Turning Blanks come rough sawn to nominal thickness and are coated with wax.Botanical name: Olea europaea. Native to: Northern Africa, the Middle East and Southern Europe. Also grown in California, Florida and Arizona.Tree: Olive trees may grow to 25' tall, with trunk diameters of up to 12", and may live as long as 1500 years.Heartwood: Nutty brown with veins of rich green and dark brown. Acquires a rich patina with exposure to UV rays.Sapwood: Creamy golden color, interlaced with darker stripes.Texture: Fine, with closed pores.Working Characteristics: Routs and planes well with carbide cutters. Turns and carves beautifully. Sawing and drilling are somewhat difficult. Keep tools very sharp. Prebore when nailing and screwing.Movement: Unstable. Exhibits great movement with humidity changes.Odor: Emits a faint, sweet aroma when machined.Polish: Can be polished to an exceptional sheen.Strength: Very hard, heavy and strong.

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