This door latch is specifically designed for use with rolling doors and sliding doors, including our top-line Rolling Barn Door Hardware (e.g. 53578, sold separately). Ideal for bathroom and bedroom doors, it locks from the inside to provide privacy when needed. The black finish matches that of our Rolling Barn Door Hardware. Matching mounting screws are included. Latch measures 1-3/4''W x 3''LStrike plate measures 3/4''W x 2-3/4''LA mortise must be cut behind the strike plate for the latch to fit into
Replacement 3000-Grit Trizact Sharpening Belt for the Robert Sorby ProEdge Plus Sharpening System (26342, sold separately). Trizact belts feature an engineered surface of microscopic three-dimensional structures resembling pyramids and are ideally suited for fine finishing of stainless steel, chromium, nickel and cobalt-based materials. The 3000-grit Trizact belt sharpens to two microns (sharper than a razor blade).
Commonly called "campaign hardware", this line of gorgeous recessed brass hardware serves both to beautify and to protect your furniture and surrounding items. The term "campaign hardware" derives from the 18th and 19th centuries, when English officers demanded high-quality, portable furniture while on military marches. The recessed hardware and brass corners allowed furniture to nestle together in a compact stack, and prevented scratches while stowed in the back of a bumpy horse-drawn wagon. Once unpacked and in the tent, however, the furniture served as a beautiful reminder of home.Technical Details:Solid brass recessed drawer pull.Polished finish.Dimensions: 3-5/8"W x 2"H.Total depth: 1/2"Projection from surface (if surface-mounted): approximately 1/8".Can be surface-mounted or mortised flush with the surface.Sold singly.Installation and Care Instructions:Measure and mark hole fixings with a pencil, preferably onto a strip of masking tape that will help to steady the drill.Drill a pilot hole as a lead for the wood screw.Remember, the included wood screws are made of brass so never overtighten or attempt to drive without a pilot hole, as this can cause them to break off in the wood.Occasional use of a damp cloth, and the use of quality wax polish is recommended to maintain the lustre.
More and more people are discovering the joys of wood turning. And it's no wonder—you don't need a big shop to do it and you get beautiful results fast. This comprehensive guide gathers the best articles on basic techniques for every major turning tool, advice on turning a wide array of furniture parts, plus a host of other projects, including vessels, bowls, platters and more. You'll master spindle and faceplate turning, segmented turning, sharpening and maintaining your tools, and also learn to apply a stunning finish once your projects are turned. Paperback. 168 pages. Contents: Skew-ChiselsScrapersGougesFour-Jaw ChucksSharpening GougesTurning for Non-TurnersLearn to Turn SpindlesDuplicate Spindles by HandTips for Hollowing End GrainGo Beyond the Lathe for Beautiful VesselsFaceplate Turning is FunSecrets of Segmented TurningMaking Split TurningsFixing Turning MistakesColorize Your TurningsFour Finishes for TurningsTurned Drawer PullsAuthentic Shaker KnobsPens Make Great GiftsGet a Handle on Your ChiselsTurn a Hollow VesselTurning Bowls from Green WoodTurning Wooden BoxesA Turned Lid from Contrasting WoodsTurn a Pad-Foot LegBarley-Twist CandlesticksSecret to a Sheraton Leg? Divide and ConquerTurn a Classic Floor LampFine Woodworking Turning Techniques and Projects Preview