The Dremel 4200-8/64 Platinum Edition Tool Kit with the EZ Change tool-free chuck, offers the highest value and most versatility of all Dremel rotary tool kits. The 4200 accepts all existing Dremel accessories and attachments, and comes standard with 8 attachments for everything from a Flex-Shaft for detail work to a Garden Tool Sharpener that can even sharpen your lawn mower blades. Add to that 64 sanding, cutting and grinding accessories and a deluxe storage case with metal latches, reinforced corners and a foam-lined drawer with stay-closed glide system, and you have an incredible value. The 4200 features electronic feedback circuitry that maintains consistent torque at all speed settings. It also features a slim, ergonomic body with a 360° grip zone for optimum control in any gripping position.Features:EZ Change mechanism allows the fastest and easiest accessory change of any rotary tool.EZ Lock and EZ Drum systems complete the tool-free accessory change experience.Includes 8 attachments and 64 genuine Dremel accessories.High-performance motor with variable speed and electronic feedback for consistent speed under load.Separate on/off switch and speed control dial let you save your speed setting when the tool is turned off.Can be used with all Dremel attachments and accessories.Cool-running ball bearing construction for smooth and quiet operation.Replaceable motor brushes extend tool life.Two year warranty.Attachment Functions:225 Flex Shaft allows fine, detailed work in tight spaces.A550 Shield attachment redirects debris and sparks while cutting, grinding, sanding, and polishing.A577 Detailer's Grip attachment provides enhanced grip and comfort.678 Circle Cutter/Straight Edge Guide helps you cut perfect circles and straight lines.575 Right Angle attachment allows you to reach into the tightest spaces.A576 Sanding/Grinding Guide attachment provides increased control while sanding and grinding.565 Cutting Guide attachment turns your rotary tool into a rotary saw.679 Garden tool sharpener attachment is used to sharpen your lawn mower blade and garden tools.
This is a replacement zero-clearance insert for the one included with your SawStop Jobsite Saw (56191, sold separately), useful in the event that the original is lost or damaged. You can also buy multiple inserts for dedicated sawblades and setups. Leveling screws and a concealed tool-free latch ensure a secure, precise fit with your saw. Clearance slots for the blade guard and riving knife are pre-machined in the rear of the insert. To enjoy clean, chip-free cuts, just raise the running blade through the insert to create a zero-clearance slot. Made of glass filled nylon. Fits the SawStop Jobsite Saw (56191, sold separately)Zero-clearance for accurate cuts and reduced tearoutOne-push locking mechanism for tool-free installationLeveling screws ensure flatness and smooth slidingPre-formed slots for the SawStop blade guard and riving knife
While the ever-popular Adirondack chair is comfortable enough for reading or relaxing, it can be difficult to get in and out of. Acclaimed furniture maker Michael Fortune redesigned this classic with better ergonomics, but didn't stop there. In Garden Chair, an instructional video, he walks you through every step of building his unique version, inspired by the graceful arc of daylily leaves in his own garden. The first phase of this chair project is a complete lesson in bent lamination for creating the sweeping arms, the seat, and back slats. Expand your understanding of this process, as Michael shares all the secrets to success that he's learned over 40 years. You'll see how he creates a sturdy, lightweight form, keeps the plies aligned, manages the clamping and gluing, creates a seamless bend, and more. 60 minutes. When built from weather-resistant wood, such as mahogany, white oak, hemlock or cedar, this beautiful garden chair will last for decades. Episode 1: How to build bending formsEpisode 2: Resawing thin plies for bent laminationsEpisode 3: Bent lamination: A successful glue-upEpisode 4: Trimming and shaping bent laminationsEpisode 5: Sawing the other parts and cutting notchesEpisode 6: Assembling the chair frameEpisode 7: Attaching the slats and finishing up
Never get stuck without a notepad again! With FastCap's FastPad and your trusty tape at your side, you'll always have a place to jot down notes, dimensions and whimsical brainstorms for your next project. When you run out of space, just wipe the FastPad clean with your thumb. It also works great on any other surface - mount it to the side of your tool box or your table saw fence so it's always at hand.NOTE: Tape Measure NOT Included