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Bring smooth brown hues and wispy grain formations into your next pen project with this bubinga pen blank. Also known as African rosewood, bubinga is a dense wood with natural oils that turns well with sharp tools and easily polishes to a high luster. Technical Details 5-1/2" long x 3/4" square Solid bubinga Also known as African rosewood
A single star drive driver bit with a durable, no-strip tip. 2" length allows a longer reach into tighter spaces. 1/4" hex shank fits all quick change accessories, and will not slip in your chuck. Available in a range of sizes to suit your project.Technical Details:Star drive (Torx-style) tip resists stripping.2" length for longer reach. 1/4" hex shank for a no-slip interface with your chuck.
T-style knobs are the perfect choice for that jig or fixture that requires a little extra torque, or when you need a nice easy target to flick when spinning the knobs on and off. These T-knobs from Rockler have a pleasant textured surface and a threaded insert made of brass. The hole runs all the way through the knob, so there's no risk of the T-bolt bottoming out on the plastic. Choose from two different thread patterns.Technical Details: 2" knob with textured surfaceThreaded insert made of brassChoose from two different thread patterns
The JotSpot is a peel-and-stick erasable notepad that can be adhered to your tape measures, power tools, or any other place that you commonly find yourself looking for something to jot down a handful of dimensions. It's great for desks, drafting tables, your lumber rack, you name it. Use a standard graphite pencil or dry erase marker to jot down your notes, and when it's time to erase, just wipe the tablet with your thumb. Although the notes come off easily with your thumb, they won't fade on their own. If you use a pencil, you can even dunk it underwater and your notes will be unharmed. That makes it ideal for environments that can get wet, like tiling jobs and construction sites.
Five-star knobs are the true Lincolns of jig knobs. With their rounded edges, comfortable finger holds and smooth finish, they're extremely easy on the hands and provide plenty of torque for use as jig knobs on fixtures, router tables, drill presses and more. These 5-Star Knobs are available with a through-hole and threaded insert for use with a T-bolt and T-slot or T-track, or with a 1" threaded stud. Choose from three different threadings.
Securing shop jigs and fixtures is much easier with these handy knobs. Textured knob edge provides excellent grip to hand tighten or loosen your setups. Choose from knobs which include a threaded insert or a bolt according to your needs.Technical Details3/4" knob diameter34186 includes a 10-24 TPI threaded insert, 34160 includes a 1/2" long 10-24 TPI boltKnobs are durable plastic
Wing nuts provide an easy, tool-free way to loosen, tighten, assemble and disassemble your jigs, fixtures and projects. These are cold-forged for strength and fitted with smooth threads so you can simply spin and cinch them tight with your fingers. Great for any application where finger-tight is tight enough.Technical Details:Cold-forged for strength and durability.Comfortable, rounded edges. Available in a range of sizes to suit your needs.
Well-made T-slot bolts can make the difference between a jig that is a pleasure to use, and one that is downright frustrating. These T-bolts have smooth, clean threads for spin-on, spin-off ease when making adjustments to your woodworking jigs and fixtures. They have a smooth finish and rounded corners that make it easy to slide your T-slot stops to the mark without binding. Use them with our aluminum T-tracks or machine your own wooden T-tracks with our T-slot Router Bit (Rockler #26099). Lengths range from 1" to 3-1/2" (see below for selection).Technical Details:Zinc plated steel5/16" x 18 TPI threadingLengths from 1" to 3-1/2"Foot measures 9/16" wide x 7/8" long x 7/64" thickBest Used With:Universal T-TracksT-slot Router Bit (Rockler #26099)
Never get stuck without a notepad again! With FastCap's FastPad and your trusty tape at your side, you'll always have a place to jot down notes, dimensions and whimsical brainstorms for your next project. When you run out of space, just wipe the FastPad clean with your thumb. It also works great on any other surface - mount it to the side of your tool box or your table saw fence so it's always at hand.NOTE: Tape Measure NOT Included
When we first saw these little jewelry boxes, by Portland, Oregon, woodworker Gary Damaskos, we liked the simple, clever design. Damaskos had taken the traditional half-blind dovetail joint used in drawermaking, and employed it to make a small jewelry box. If the ability to make a box is the foundation of most every carcase construction in woodworking, then this jewelry box carries the concept even further. If you can make a drawer, then you can make this box and conversely, if you can make this box, then you can make not only drawers but chests, cases and cabinets.
A few hours in the workshop should be all that's needed to make this fanciful napkin holder. We've also found that it doubles nicely as a letter rack. It's a great project for scroll saw enthusiasts, although the band or saber saw can also be used.
When we first saw this rustic Adirondack pine chair we were intrigued with the idea, but we also had some doubts. With the steeply angled back and long curved seat both slatted, how comfortable could the chair be? Well, much to our surprise, it is very comfortable. As a lawn or patio chair, it is something like a chaise lounge, allowing you to stretch out and relax. The wide arms are ideal for that paper plate picnic lunch and a tall glass of lemonade. Best of all, the chair is easy to make.