Seal the pipe-to-fitting connections of the all-steel spiral-pipe dust collection system with this 2" wide foil tape. 50 yards.
Features:3.0 Amp electronic variable speed motor adjusts from 7,000-12,000 opm providing ideal sanding speed for smooth finishTextured anti-slip top & body grip provides ultimate comfort and control during useControlled Finishing System maintains controllable pad speed and minimizes gouging during start upDust-sealed switch prevents contaminationSealed 100% ball-bearing construction provides longer lifeHigh capacity dust bag with built-in vacuum adapter provides maximum dust collection with or without vacuumAccepts 5" 8 hole hook and loop paperDual-plane counter-balanced fan reduces user fatigue
Routing particleboard or MDF without dust collection is like standing in the desert during a sand storm. The air becomes a hazy mess, your router table and floor are covered with fine dust and-worst of all-what's in the air ends up all over you. This fence provides shelter from the "storm" by drawing dust and chips away at the source.
Build a spectacular Greene and Greene-inspired Bed, maximize your shop space with an router table extension for your table saw, make an animated toy, and check-out our 2014 Reader's Choice Awards. All that and much more can be found in the pages of the January/February 2015 issue of Woodworker's Journal. Greene & Greene-Inspired Bed: Chris Marshall creates a master bedroom showpiece with cloud lifts, slatted construction and raised square pegs: style details inspired by Arts & Crafts icons. Router Table Insert: Turn the extension wing of your table saw into a router table, with built-in dust collection. Spice Rack: Templates create a stylish spice rack, which you can easily craft with basic tools in a small space. Animated Penguin Toy: This penguin toy waddles as he moves, and his flippers "flip," thanks to techniques like diagonally opposed wheels and a pivoting flipper arm. Woodturning: Ernie Conover teaches you how to achieve multi-axis turnings, and use them as the basis for creating cabriole legs. Readers' Choice Awards: Woodworker's Journal readers choose their favorites from the tools of 2014. Jigs & Fixtures: Make accurate circle shapes with a jigsaw or router when you use this basic jig, created by Sandor Nagyszalanczy.