Get the tool alignment and adjustment gauge Fine Woodworking magazine calls "the best we've seen." From spindle and arbor runout to blade alignment, dado depth, router bit height and more, the Betterley UNA-GAUGE packs an amazing range of measurement capabilities into a single tool.Features:Instant incremental readings of .001" - simply "dial in" precise tool settingsMeasurement range of 3" above and 2" below the reference surfaceMiter slot attachment included for precise table-to-blade alignmentModular design provides multiple vertical and horizontal positions for the dial indicatorSimple, tool-free repositioning of support legs allows fast, versatile set-up for a variety of measurement tasksIntegrated rare earth magnets hold the gauge firmly to any steel surface, ensuring accuracy and leaving hands free to make adjustmentsModular components made from durable anodized aluminum to ensure accuracy and a lifetime of service.With multiple possible configurations of its precision-machined components, the Betterley UNA_GAUGE opens new worlds of tool alignment and adjustment versatility.Among countless other uses, it will allow you to:Check and adjust table saw blade/miter slot alignmentSet table saw blade and router bit height quickly and accuratelyCheck for runout in arbors, spindles, blades and bitsSquare drill press tables/spindlesFine tune fence settings on table saws, router tables and shapersSet jointer cut depth and check beds for parallelismSet jointer blades and check for cutter head alignmentSet perfect zero-out allowances for templates and guidesAlign and adjust offset fences on shapers and router tablesRepeat power tool settings quickly and with near-perfect accuracy
Sawhorses are incredibly practical when you need a lightweight, portable work surface, but if you've used them much, you know that workpieces tend to rattle around and get scratched while you saw, rout and sand. With the Bench Cookie Plus Sawhorse Clips, that's no longer a problem. Simply slip the clips over your sawhorses, spin your Bench Cookies Plus on, and you have a no-mar, no-slip work surface that is easily resizeable for any workpiece. The grip is so secure, it's almost like having a fully equipped workbench with dog holes and a vise. Plus, you can slip some Bench Cookie Finishing Cones on for an ideal finishing surface with no worries about dripping stain on your nice workbench.
The 64B table saw, with left tilt arbor, offers 1-3/4 horsepower in dual voltage to meet the demands of the professional contractor. The transparent blade guard has independent leaves, and the quick release riving knife reduces chance of kickback. A low profile riving knife is included for non-through cuts. An arbor lock is accessed from above the table, eliminating the need for dual blade wrenches. The T-slot miter gauge has rack-and-pinion angle setting, positive stops, and extension plate for expanded workpiece support. The 64B has cast iron table and wings with front edge bevel, and the working area is further expanded by the melamine-surfaced wood extension table. Storage hooks on the stand keep your accessories within reach. Technical Details:Riving knife maintains close blade proximity to reduce chance of kickbackMicro-adjust miter gauge with extension plate offers wider crosscut supportBlade guard and riving knife have quick release for tool-less mounting and removalPrecision ground cast iron table and wings have beveled edge for smooth miter gauge entryBuilt-in extraction port increases dust collection efficiencyHeavy cast iron trunnion ensures smooth blade positioningChrome trimmed handwheels are ergonomically designedAccu-Fence locks to rail without playBlade not included5 Year Warranty
Save space in your shop, upgrade your powder room or find the best player for your shop tunes. Plus build a bar stool, craft your own canoe paddle, and more. You'll find all of this and more in the May/June 2015 issue of Woodworker's Journal. Redwood Slab Vanity: Starting with a stunning piece of live-edge lumber, Brad Holden incorporates curved laminations into a vanity with contemporary style. Shop Test: Sandor Nagyszalanczy sounds out jobsite radios “ their features and their acoustics “ to determine which will be the best fit for your shop. Miter Saw Station: Ralph Bagnall's space-saving shop solution lets you use your miter saw without sacrificing bench space. Northwoods Canoe Paddle: Dan Cary shares his experience building a traditional Northwoods canoe paddle. Counter Height Bar Stool: Hand tool skills, sturdy dovetails and book-matched panels add appeal to this handy seating space from Kimberly McNeelan.Finishing Thoughts: Michael Dresdner is your tour guide for a brief history of guitar finishes.