Similar in principle to our original Sure-Hook 360°, this universal hanger features a versatile screw-mount that attaches to almost any workpiece. It mounts easily to doors, spindles, panels and more for the ideal spray finishing setup.The Sure-Hook Universal Mount's mounting assembly, or screw column, measures exactly 1" long, making it simple to gauge what length of screw you should use.Additional features:Rotates workpiece 360° for complete finishing from one spot.Holds panels and spindles in ideal vertical position.Retaining ring in mounting assembly holds loose screw in place, ready to go.Leads to perfect application - no fingerprints or dents from nail-boards.Great for drying.Specifications:Hook opening: approximately 1-1/16" wideRecommended screw: #8 self-tapping (not included).Swiveling mounting assembly measures 1" long (1-1/2" screw will penetrate 1/2" into workpiece).
These hinges rest in a simple-to-cut groove and stay almost completely hidden from view, helping preserve the natural look of a wide variety of cabinetry, boxes, furniture and more. The spring-action, snap-closing mechanism utilizes exclusive double nylon washers for smooth open-and-closing action. This unique design ensures tightly closed doors, while included cork stoppers guarantee quiet and gentle operation. These solid steel hinges mount easily to either frameless or face-frame cabinets and are available in beautiful finishes for 1/4" overlay doors.Price includes two hinges, mounting screws and two adhesive cork stoppers. Use on 3/4" to 1" thick doors. No catch required.Note: Installation requires cutting an arced slot 1/4" wide in the cabinet door for the hinge to rest in. For overlay door hinges, the slot should be cut 1/2" deep at its deepest point and about 1-7/8" long using a table saw or dado set no more than 8" in diameter.
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
This industrial-grade tool is essential for laying out circles, curves and for scribing cabinets to an irregular wall surface. Two huge wings spread out up to 10-1/2" for a maximum circle diameter of 21", and close down completely to scribe even the smallest sliver for cabinetry installation. Solid steel. Knurled locking nut holds your setting tight, while the powder-coated finish keeps it looking sharp for years.