Finish your cabinets, sofas and other furniture with this Hampton Bun Foot, a stylized, arched element that conveys sophistication and polish.
Attractive and simple, the Slimline Pencil is a great starting point for beginners. Turning this basic design is easy, and the result is a stately and reliable click-action pencil that will write for years. The satin plating has undergone a special process resulting in a slightly textured, matte finish that looks and feels great. Use the bushings, drill bit, and mandrel listed below.Turning Accessories Needed:Necessary blank size: 9/16" x 4-5/8" (Sold Separately) Pen Turning Mandrel (Sold Separately) Slimline Bushing Set (#43546 Sold Separately) 7mm Drill Bit (#36372 Sold Separately) Pen Mill Kit (#47526 Sold Separately) Also Available in:GoldSatin NickelBlack Chrome
You worked so hard on your project, don't leave the finish to chance! The Finishing Strainer Stand virtually eliminates unwanted particles and solids that mar what would have been a great finish.Virtually eliminates unwanted solids and particles from finishesConvenient for salvaging finishes that have skimmed over during storageEasy-to-assemble metal stand elevates the paper strainer above your finish container, making it easier to monitor your pourIncludes 12 paper strainersApprox. 12" tall and fits over containers as large as a gallon
To get the best performance from your bench grinder or grinding wheel, dress the wheel with this high quality Grinding Wheel Dressing Stick from Norton Abrasives. It's the ideal all-around candidate for keeping your grinding wheels flat, sharp and running smoothly. Dress it quickly to achieve a faster cut, or slowly to achieve the finest polish.Technical Details:The Norton Grinding Wheel Dressing Stick measures 1" x 1" x 6".Silicon Carbide, Medium abrasive.Dressing sticks are used for truing and dressing bench and pedestal grinding wheels. Holding the abrasive stick on the grinding wheel face while the wheel turns will "true" the wheel back into round, producing a flat grinding face.To clean or sharpen the wheel, move the dressing stick back and forth across the grinding wheel face. Moving the stick quickly causes the grinding wheel face to be rougher, which results in faster metal removal, and rougher finishes on the workpiece. Moving the stick slowly causes the grinding wheel face to be smoother, which results in less metal removed, and finer surface finishes on the workpiece (primarily for dimensioning or polishing of tools).