Get set-up for fast, repeatable drilling and cutting. The aluminum arm flips down when you need it and stays out of the way when you don't! Slides up and down any fence with a top-mounted T-track and locks down with a comfortable 1" diameter knob. 5/16" T-bolt fits both standard and Universal T-tracks.Also available: Rockler Flip Stop for 2-1/4" fences (31214).The Flip Stop measures 3/4" wide, 1/2" thick, and 3" high on the back or short side of the arm.
Century Solid Brass, Knob, 1-1/4" dia. Oil Rubbed Bronze, 12405-10BDiameter: 1-1/4"Projection: 1-1/8"Screws are included
You'll soon find that nobody is able to resist the urge to this project's knob a turn and watch as the gumball is captured in the cylinder hole, drops from there to the wedge, bounces down into the chute, and out to a waiting hand - and mouth. As woodworking plans go, this is one that invites creativity. To keep the plan simple, the designer included just a simple wedge and chute along the gumball path, but there is plenty of room to innovate.
All children love animals, and all children love toys. Build plenty of good old-fashioned fun for any child with these clever designs for classic pull and push toys. Inside you'll discover 20 imaginative projects for making wild and wacky wooden animals that come alive with delightful lifelike motion. Create a chomping crocodile, waddling duck, jumping frog, timid turtle, howling wolf, or terrifying T-Rex. Each animated marvel features an ingenious design to make it walk, wiggle, waddle, or whirl. With detailed patterns, concise instructions, and step-by-step color photographs, these charming projects are simple enough for even a beginner to complete in a weekend. Fun to build, fun to give, and fun to play with, they'll provide hours of pleasure for woodworkers and children alike. Paperback. 196 pages. About the Author: David Wakefield is the author of Toymaking Basics, How to Make Animated Toys, and Making Dinosaur Toys in Wood. He has been creating toys in southeastern Ohio for 35 years.