Lightweight hand tool lets you easily and safely carry drywall, plywood, countertops, panels, boards and more! Features adjustable positioning, steel frame construction and durable plastic grip.Designed to carry up to 200 lbs.Sold in pairs.
You won't need a hammer with this innovative spring tool that lets you center punch and drive finish nails with ease. Two Bit Snapper features hardened steel and ringed ends for sure grip.Spring tool features center punch and 2/32" nail set. Center punch lets you create indentations in the surface of numerous materials. Simply mark spot to be punched, place and press tip on mark, lift plunger and release. 2/32" nail set lets you drive finish nails below the surface of wood. Just drive finish nail to within 1/8" of surface, place and press cupped tip of setter over nail head, lift plunger and release. Nail set is best suited for #5 and #6 finish nails.
Your guide to selecting, using and maintaining a huge variety of handplanes plus plans for making a handful of your very own! The author breaks every plane down into six basic elements that are common to every plane, and demonstrates how they work. You'll also learn about planes from countries across the globe, including Japan and China. Includes over 200 beautiful photographs and sketches. 256 pages. Softcover.Table of Contents:IntroductionChapter 1: Smooth - What to Use When and WhyChapter 2: Sharp - Cutting Through the MystiqueChapter 3: Plane Anatomy - Understanding How a Plane FunctionsChapter 4: Bench Planes - The Classic TriumvirateChapter 5: Three More Planes - Strategies to Speed the WorkChapter 6: Styles of Planes - A Wealth of TraditionsChapter 7: Choosing Your First Planes - A Guide to a Suitable ToolkitChapter 8: Planes for Joinery - Tools and Techniques for Making and Fitting JointsChapter 9: Planes for Shaping Wood - Tools for Forming and Decorating Your ProjectsChapter 10: Getting Your Plane to Work - Tuning and TroubleshootingChapter 11: Sharpening - A Basic Skill that Leads to OthersChapter 12: Bench Work - Of Slaves, Dogs, Dead Men, and DonkeysChapter 13: Making & Using a Shooting Board - Getting at that Last Thousandth of an InchChapter 14: Making Your Own Planes - You Can Have Whatever You WantIndex
Robert Sorby Spiralling System allows you to create spirals on turned pieces. The Robert Sorby Spiralling System is a further development on the texturing tool and is used to create both left and right handed spirals with ease. It features an innovative rest with indexed reference positions, which enable the replication of the spirals. Differing pitch and twist profiles are made possible by altering the presentation angle of the cutter or by changing the cutter to a different one.