Eliminate difficult and time-consuming setup operations while maintaining accuracy and repeatability! Extruded aluminum miter bar has adjustable aluminum runner for perfect sliding action and can be locked in place for stationary table saw and router table jigs.Make your own featherboards, small and large crosscut boxes, 45° miter jig and your own jig designs. Won't warp, swell or shrink (unlike wooden runners), so the jigs you build will fit perfectly time after time.Technical Details:Available in 24" and 18" lengths.Works with any standard 3/8" x 3/4" miter slot.With easy to adjust width.Universal threaded mounting holes.Comes with FREE illustrated plans for making a variety of table saw jigs.
Laguna Tools' Resaw King Band Saw Blades live up to Laguna's reputation for quality and efficiency!Carbide bladesPatent-pending design limits the cutting depth of the teeth and produces a smooth finishClean cuts reduce sanding time considerablyLong life and ultra-smooth cutting life makes this an easy choice over conventional bladesAnti-kickback featureBlades can be resharpened93-1/2" blades fit standard 14" band saws105" blades fit standard 14" band saws with riser blocks125" blades fit the Laguna LT14 SUV bandsaw132" blades fit the Laguna LT16 3000 Series band saw145" blades fit the Laguna LT18 3000 Series band saw
Made of skid-resistant rubber with zinc plated housings, these heavy duty shop casters support a hefty 175 pounds and feature a self-lubricating bearing for long life and trouble free rolling. Excellent for use with saws, planers or other heavy shop equipment, each caster wheel is 3" in diameter with a tread width of 1-1/4". Available in swiveling and non-swiveling models - both styles do not have brakes.Technical DetailsZinc plated housing with skid-resistant rubber wheelSupports 175 lbsAvailable in swiveling and non-swiveling modelsWheel is 3" diameter x 1-1/4" tread widthMounting hardware not includedSold individually
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.