From selecting tools to joints and finishing, Ben Plewes and Phil Davy provide top tips and step-by-step diagrams with instructions in their latest volume of the popular Ultimate Bible Series books. The Ultimate Woodwork Bible is a hard cover reference book for novices and experienced woodworkers looking for new ways to tackle old projects.Technical Details: The essential workshop Hand tools Power tools Woodworking machinesWood and materials Project designMaterial preparation and basic techniques Construction methods Adhesives and assemblyShaping and bending Surface preparation and finishing Hardware288 pages Hardcover
With the six jigs in this kit, you'll be able to shape and sharpen all your knives, scissors, shears, draw knives and axes, as well as short chisels and carving tools. Each jig perfectly replicates the edge angle so you can sharpen faster than ever. The jigs in this kit work with the T-7 and T-4 Tormek Sharpening Systems (35254 and 53332, sold separately) as well as the older T-3 system. The Knife Jig (SVM-45) works to sharpen most knives, including carver's draw knives. Long knives need to be stiff, and the minimum blade length is 2-3/8'' (60mm)The Long Knife Jig (SVM-140) is suitable for long and flexible knives. The jig's 5-1/2'' (140mm) width stabilizes a thin blade. Requires minimum blade length of 6-5/16'' (160mm)The Scissors Jig (SVX-150) is for scissors of all sizes as well as shears. It is also suitable for portable electric hand planer bladesThe Short Tool Jig (SVS-32) is for straight-shanked carving gouges and V-tools down to 1-3/4'' (45mm) long. It also sharpens short wood chisels and tools for power carvers. Maximum tool width is 1-1/4'' (32mm)The Axe Jig (SVA-170) sharpens carving and carpenter's axes. It accommodates a maximum axe height of 6-11/16'' (170mm), and copes with both straight and curved edgesThe Small Knife Holder (SVM-00) enables you to sharpen the smallest knife blades like carving knives and pocket knives. Works in conjunction with the SVM-45 Knife Jig
Standard replacement blade for the Nobex Champion Miter Saw (93683, sold separately). Its 18-tooth-per-inch count gives you a smooth, aggressive cut.
When operating DeWalt's Gyroscopic Screwdriver, think of it as exactly that—a screwdriver. Twist to the left to loosen, twist to the right to tighten. If you want to increase the speed, simply twist your wrist further. Sensors inside the tool respond to the motion of your wrist, eliminating the need for manual switches. The adjustable two-position handle allows both an in-line screwdriver configuration or a pistol-grip configuration, while dual LED lights provide better visibility in dark spaces. The kit includes two battery packs, each of which can last for up to 5 days of runtime with the typical user. For a compact, portable screwdriver with precise, intuitive speed control, look no further than the DeWalt DCF680N2. Motion-activated forward and reverse eliminates need for manual switchMotion-activated variable speed from 0-430 RPM—simply turn your wrist further in either direction to speed up the drillAdjustable two-position handle allows for operation in either in-line or pistol-grip positionsExcellent for light fastening applications in wood, plastic, and light-gauge metalLED light illuminates confined areas without casting shadowsOn-board battery indicator warns user when battery is low1/4'' hex-shank chuck holds 1'' driver bits and allows for quick screwdriver bit changes8V MAX battery pack boasts longer run-time and charges in only one hourFifteen clutch positions for precise control to prevent stripping