Finish your cabinets, sofas and other furniture with this Queen Anne Bun Foot, reminiscent of 18th century French Provincial antiques.
Make turning a little easier and a lot more fun with Crowns exclusive Pro-PM Powder Metallurgy High Speed Steel Spindle Gouge! This gouge is the "elite' of all turning gouges. Made from an advanced Powder Metal, the molten steel has been compressed and sintered giving this Pro-PM turning tool a cutting edge which lasts up to four/five times that of a conventional High Speed Steel tool. The chisel is hardened to between 66° and 68° Rockwell, enabling it to have a vastly superior wear resistance, excellent grinability, superior toughness, a high working hardness and a high retention of hardness. The ergonomically designed stained black ash handle makes the finished chisel unbeatable.Technical Details:From Crowns exclusive Pro-PM Powder Metallurgy High Speed Steel tool lineMade from an advanced Powder MetalMolten steel is compressed and sintered giving this Pro-PM turning tool a cutting edge which lasts up to four/five times that of a conventional High Speed Steel toolChisel is hardened to between 66° and 68° Rockwell, enabling it to have a vastly superior wear resistance, excellent grinability, superior toughness, a high working hardness and a high retention of hardnessErgonomically designed stained black ash handle
Buy two Bench Hardware Kits, and get the Trestle Table Plan for free!Recreate a piece of the past with these Bench Kits that exhibit authentic design touches. Quality components and attention to detail make these projects rewarding to build. All kits come complete with easy-to-follow instructions and full-size patterns. (Lumber not included)One Bench Hardware Kit (34406) Includes:2 authentically-designed springs2 steel backrails2 steel armsComplete assembly hardwareBench Plan Trestle Table Finished size: 45" long x 23" wide x 29" high. Bench Finished size: 42" long x 22" deep.Lumber not included.There is a $10.00 restocking fee for returned kits.
This curly soft maple is highly figured with tiger-striped rays running perpendicular to the grain pattern. Along with the wood's light color, this striping lends a shimmering quality to the lumber. Even unfinished, the wood has a very pleasing interaction with light. It is no surprise, then, that curly maple has become a woodworker's favorite for accents, specialty furniture, musical instruments, and more.To make the figure in this curly maple really "pop", we recommend using an oil product (tung, linseed, etc.), as opposed to a stain. If a lacquer or urethane finish is necessary, adding a coat or two of clear wax-free shellac before the final finishing will ensure that the figure stands out.