This versatile port expands options with fittings for either the Dust Right Handle or standard 4" hose. It mounts to router table cabinets, downdraft table cabinets and other boxed-in dust reservoirs for either quick-release or permanent suction - your choice!The Rockler Dust Right Handle fits snug over the cylindrical base of the port, tool-free. The slightly smaller outer fitting accepts 4" hose. Specifications:Square plastic base measures 6-1/4" x 6-1/4"Molding extends 3" from square baseMade from ABS plastic
This ABS plastic port combines fence and cabinet dust collection for single-source extraction. Plus, with two slightly different sized fittings on the port's open end, it accepts either 4" dust hose or our Dust Right Handle. For open stands, combine the Dual Port with the Dust Bucket.One fitting to replace multiple reducers, hoses and other fittingsAttaches easily to our Dust Right Handle or standard 4" dust hoseSmaller vertical port accepts 2-1/2" dust hoseRubber boot on cabinet end ensures a tight fitIncludes one 4" hose clamp
Stronger than dowels and biscuits, the tongue and groove joints you'll cut with this bit are perfect for edge-joining panels, table tops, or any other glue-up project. The interlocking design increases the available surface area for the glue, resulting in an incredibly strong joint. Since the pieces are self-aligning, your glue-ups will be faster and less stressful. 1-1/2" diameter, 1-3/16" cutter length, 1/2" shank, 1-1/2" shank length.
Routers and Router Tables edited by Randy Johnson delivers valuable information on how to choose, use, and get the most out of an existing or new router and router table! Along with shop-tested advice, this book includes complete plans for four complete router tables and routing work stations, a router lift, plus several more auxiliary fences for special operations such as raising panels and jointing edges. Also includes dozens of photo-illustrated shop tips and router table add-ons. Includes special section on amazing sliding dovetail joints, which can only be made on the router table. 240 pages.Technical Details:Edited by Randy Johnson of American Woodworker magazineTells you how to choose, use, and get the most out of an existing or new router and router tableComplete plans for four complete router tables and routing work stations, a router lift, plus several more auxiliary fences for special operationsDozens of photo-illustrated shop tips and router table add-onsSpecial section on amazing sliding dovetail joints240 pages