This pin-type moisture meter from General Tools can measure the moisture content of up to 48 different species of wood with an accuracy of 0.1%. With a quick, simple check before machining, you can ensure straight, flat assemblies with no splitting due to premature use. The moisture meter features a large, easy-to-read display with OLED technology for extra clarity outdoors. It stores up to 99 readings in its memory, and even measures air temperature and humidity for reference. Also includes a calibration reference block and a 9V battery.Select and measure moisture content of 48 types of timber/wood.Large, easy-to-read 1.54'' yellow OLED dot matrix display (128 x 64 dot).Yellow OLED provides extra clarity in outdoor lighting conditions.Moisture content range of 7-30% (automatically temperature compensated) and 30.1-100% (non-temperature compensated).Resolution of 0.10%.Also measures ambient temperature and humidity for background references.Auto power off to conserve battery life.Low battery indicator.Stores up to 99 readings for min, max and average moisture content.Pin type measurement.Uses industry-leading methodology and calibration curve.Includes single-point calibration check block.
Protect and preserve your work with a high gloss finish! After sanding your workpieceand applying Cellulose Sanding Sealer (sold separately), sand the sealer lightly when itis dry. Then apply small amount of High Build Friction Polish with a lint-free cotton clothwhile the wood is turning. Once the desired build is achieved, finish with the edge of acarnuba wax stick (sold separately) and burnish with a dry cloth. 500mL.Caution: Flammable. Keep out of eyes and off of skin. Use in a well-ventilated area.
This classic technical handbook shows you exactly how to approach the complex job of designing and making custom cabinets for kitchens, family rooms, and home offices. Robert W. Lang takes the mystery out of the job with clearly written text, meticulously detailed shop drawings, and sharp photographs that take you from the planning stage all the way through installation. You'll have your choice of building either traditional face-frame cabinets or contemporary frameless Euro-style cabinets, and will benefit from practical and shop-tested methods and time-savers on every page. Plus, this revised edition also offers a colorful 16-page idea gallery with photographs of finished cabinets. Paperback. 240 pages. In Bob Lang's The Complete Kitchen Cabinetmaker, you'll learn: How to measure a room and design cabinetryHow to develop working shop drawings and cutting listsHow to work with solid wood, veneered plywood, MDF, and plastic laminatesHow to build traditional face-frame cabinets and Euro-style frameless cabinetsHow to cut and join the basic box for any projectHow to construct wall-hung cabinets, units with lighting, and floor-to-ceiling stylesHow to make doors, drawer faces, drawer boxes, and countertops About the Author: Robert W. Lang is executive editor of Popular Woodworking magazine, a contributor to Fine Woodworking, and author of several woodworking books.