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1/2" Accessory Kit for the Beadlock Kit (34802) include corresponding guide block, HSS drill bit and shim set.
Portable woodworking vise can be clamped or screwed onto a bench or other work surface. With 6" wide jaw and 4-1/2"jaw opening.Technical Details:Main screw, guide rods and handle are chrome-plated for corrosion resistance.Lightweight cast-iron body. Toe-in feature provides even clamping pressure on the whole depth of the workpiece.Steel main screw with Acme threads for smooth and responsive adjustment. Accurately machined housings for smooth sliding movement and true parallel action.6" wide jaw and 4-1/2"jaw openingVise opens to 2-1/8"
Heavy-duty workshop vise has large 7" jaw width and 8" jaw opening.Solid steel guide rods reduce wear and tear, and give vises a smooth and true parallel action.Square body seating provides easy fit under benchtop so jaws are flush with bench.With 1/2" diameter handle.Toe-in feature provides even clamping pressure on the whole depth of the workpiece.Steel main screw with Acme threads for smooth and responsive adjustment.Accurately machined housings for smooth sliding movement.
Use to make veneer press frames, case clamps, plus portable and stationary jigs. Removable swivel permits easy installation. Castings are malleable iron with a baked enamel finish. Threaded nut drives into a 1" hole. Swivel face is 1-3/8" x 1-5/8". 11/16" diameter with deep, smooth threads.
Extra alignment plate for easy, accurate drilling of concealed-hinge cup holes on cabinet doors with the JIG IT Multi-Tool Rail Master Pack (31126, sold separately).
Adjustable Carving Vise Firmly grips your work piece! Attaches to almost any style of workbench or top, and swings out of the way when not in use. Adjustable in all directions for maximum maneuverability. Attaches to workbench with screws (not included). Then drill a hole through the workbench and secure with the provided cap screw and nut.Carvers Mallet Beautifully balanced with a handle of fine New England hardwood Carefully kiln dried, selected for no defects and turned to a silky feel and sanded to a silky smoothness. The green head is molded from a urethane material which is easy on your tool handles as they spread the load over a larger area. You may never need to replace a broken tool handle again!Two great carving tools! One to hold it and a beautiful mallet to carve your fine pieces! Mallet and carving vise sold separately. Technical Details:Mallet weight: 20 oz3.5 inch diameter headOverall length is 10-1/2"Handle length is 6-1/2"Mallet head is greenMallet is maintenance free, no special storage required.
If you like the Arts & Crafts style, this book will become an essential part of your collection. Appealing to both beginner and seasoned woodworkers, Arts & Crafts Furniture Projects showcases nine iconic furniture projects that progress in difficulty as you work your way through the book. The projects featured here take you from the basics to advanced techniques, all clearly demonstrated with detailed illustrations and beautiful, instructive photographs. Timeless and always in style, Arts & Crafts is a perennial favorite and a style that works nicely with almost any home decor. Take this opportunity to build both skills and classic furniture pieces for your home. 176 pages. Learn These Important Skills and More: Key construction methods for beginnersBasic stock preparationMortise and tenon joineryHalf lap jointsDovetail socketsPrepping a panelThrough-tusk tenonsRabbet jointsShip lapping and much, much more Contents: A Few Words of IntroductionStickley-Inspired Frame and MirrorRound-Topped Tabouret TableBookcase with Tusk TenonsStickley-Inspired Spindle BedFrame-and-Panel NightstandWriting Desk in the Greene & Greene StyleGreene & Greene Inspired Side ChairClassic Arts & Crafts SideboardBow-Arm Morris ChairGood Options for Finishing About the Author: Gregory Paolini is a professional woodworker with an affinity for the Arts and Crafts style. When he isn't building and teaching classes in his workshop, Paolini writes woodworking books with expert instruction, including this must-have guide: Arts & Crafts Furniture Projects.
Winner of a 2008 Golden Hammer Writing Award. Learn the art of box making from one of the foremost experts of the craft. Through Doug Stowe's decades of experience, you'll learn the basic techniques to get started, as well as more advanced ways to approach finely crafted boxes. Though it's not necessary to build the projects in this book in any particular order, they are arranged by the level of difficulty. As you grow in confidence working through the projects in this book, use your imagination and ask a few questions: What if this box were made in that wood? What if that joint were used on this box? What if the lid had more overhang? What if I made it larger, or smaller? The question "What if?" will challenge and engage you as a box maker for years of adventure. 160 pages. Contents: Introduction A Simple Lift-Lid Box Prepare the stock Mark and cut the box sides Fitting the box bottom Assembling the box Add keys to the corners Making a lift lid Final touches A Rustic Treasure Box Cut the parts to size Cut the corner joints Make and fit the bottom Assemble the box Add a lid Prepare for final assembly Attach the hinge A Sliding-Top Pencil Box Prepare the stock Cut the joints Rout a groove to house the bottom Make the bottom panel Groove the sides to accommodate the top Assemble the box Fit and shape the lid Install the lid stop A Stationery Box with Hidden Splines Prepare the stock Miter the corners Fit the raised panel Cut the hidden-spline joinery Prepare the inside before assembly Glue up the box Cut the lid loose from the base Make and assemble the base frame Add pulls to the box Install the tray supports and lid keeper strips Make the sliding tray Sanding, finish, and final assembly A Lap-Cornered Box Begin with book-matched stock Mark and cut the lap-corner joints Assemble the sides Make the lid and base Shape the lid and base Finish the box A Fold-Out Jewelry Box Prepare the stock Miter the sides Cut grooves to house the bottom panels Make the top panel Shape the sides Sand the interior Assemble the box Cut and install miter keys Cut the lid and levels apart Make the support arms Make the rear support Make the dividers Sand, finish, and assemble Hinge the lid Cut and install a lining A Jewelry Box with a Sliding Tray Prepare the stock Cut miters for the lid and base Fit panels in the bottom and lid Cut the top and bottom panels to fit Assemble the sides and lid Make the top panel Cut the slots and install the keys Rout a finger grip Making a sliding tray Make the dividers Ease hinge installation with a flipping story stick Install the hinges Final finishing steps A Dovetailed Box with a Wooden Hinge Cutting dovetails starts with tails Assemble the box Build a frame-and-panel base Make the lid Install the hinges Finishing touches Index About the Author: Doug Stowe has been a professional furniture and box maker since 1976. He is the author of numerous woodworking books including Taunton's Complete Illustrated Guide to Box Making. Doug is a member of the New England Associaton of Woodworking Teachers.
Building a wooden box is one of the best ways to develop overall woodworking proficiency. Boxes are quick to build, require only a small amount of material, and can be made in the smallest of woodshops. Beautiful Boxes: Design and Technique is the perfect introduction to the art for beginners and intermediate woodworkers. Each chapter features a new box design, ranging from simple to complex as you work through the book, with each one illustrating a key design principle. Also included are one or two design variations for showing off your creativity and adding your own personal touches. Each chapter is beautifully illustrated with 300 colorful, instructive photographs and easy-to-follow illustrations. 176 pages. Contents: IntroductionChapter 1: Lift Lid Rectangular BoxChapter 2: Veneered BoxChapter 3: Finger Jointed ChestChapter 4: Bracelet BoxChapter 5: Jewelry BoxChapter 6: Sliding Top Jewelry Presentation BoxChapter 7: Swivel Lid BoxChapter 8: Magnetic TowerResourcesIndex About the Author: Doug Stowe, a professional woodworker for over three decades, is one of America's premier box makers. He is the author of Taunton's Complete Illustrated Guide to Box Making and Basic Box Making and appears in three feature-length DVDs. Stowe teaches woodworking in Eureka Springs, Arkansas and across the country. In 2009 he was selected as an Arkansas Living Treasure by the Arkansas Arts Council for his contributions to the craft of woodworking.
Make perfect joints with our Box Joint Jig and NEW Cauls!Uniformly spaced pressure points clamp individual box joint fingers at the corners togive you the tightest joints possible. Simply align the pressure points with box jointfingers and tighten in place with one or more Deluxe Ratcheting Band Clamps (41419, sold separately).Slots on the outside of the cauls are made to hold pennies firmly in place to supportyour Band Clamps at varying heights. Plastic cauls stand 6-1/4" (1/4" Cauls), 6-3/8"(3/8" Cauls) and 6-1/2" (1/2" Cauls) tall. Four Cauls per pack. Patent pending.
Build a classic chest of drawers with a variety of dovetail joinery and Shaker-inspired elements. Included are methods for cutting dovetails with a combination of hand and power tools, cutting sliding dovetail slots accurately, and attaching molding with dovetailed keys, a method that allows the chest to shrink and expand with changes in humidity. Careful grain-matching and graduated drawers distinguish the piece. Printed Plan Includes: Extensive full-size and scale drawingsComplete cutlistDovetail shortcuts on the tablesawComponent templates
This Circle Cutter from General Tools works like an adjustable hole saw, producing precision circles in sheet metal, brass, copper, soft steel, aluminum, plastic, wood and composite materials. It is capable of cutting circles from 7/8'' to 4'' in diameter in material up to 3/4'' thick. Just slide the adjustment rod in or out using the included hex key. The pilot bit ensures a precisely located center for your hole. Comes with replaceable HSS 3/16'' cutting blade and 1/4'' pilot bit3/8'' round shankBody is constructed from heat-treated tool steelAll adjustments are made with included hex wrenchMaximum safe speed is 500 RPMFor use in drill press only
Finding an effective jig or fixture for a woodworking operation can be as elusive and time-consuming as designing a great piece of furniture, a sailboat, or a ukulele. It takes solid woodworking knowledge and some problem-solving skills, with a good dose of inspiration thrown in. Even a moderately complex setup can pose numerous choices: What tool or machine is best for the operation? Should the jig move the wood over the machine or guide the machine past the wood? How does the workpiece need to be referenced and clamped? Should the jig be adjustable? Most of the woodworkers I’ve met delight in solving challenging jigging problems. But tackling these problems requires a basic understanding of jig function and design. This book will teach you how to make these time saving devices and help improve everything you build in your shop. 272 pages. Contents: Section 1: Function and Design Why Use Jigs? The Functional Approach Customizing Jigs Section 2: Materials and Hardware Selecting Materials High-Friction Materials Fasteners Tracks & Guide Bars Other Jig Hardware Section 3: Tools and Techniques Jig-Building Tools Joinery Gluing Up Finishing Section 4: Marking and Setup Jigs Marking Gauges Layout Jigs Templates Machine Setup Section 5: Fences and Guides Parallel Fences Auxiliary Fences Short Fences Angled Fences Curved Fences Dowel Guides Section 6: Sliding and Pivoting Jigs Miter Slot Guided Miter Gauge Jigs Fence Guided Table Guided Pivoting Jigs Section 7: Jig Tables Tilt Tables Extension Tables Power Tool Tables Section 8: Fences and Guides Router Jigs Router Bases Hand Tool Guides Section 9: Templates Part-shaping Joinery Drilling Sawing and Sanding Section 10: Stops and Indexes End Stops Travel Stops Index Devices Section 11: Clamping and Alignment Alignment Devices Simple Clamps Production Clamps Section 12: Fixtures Part Holding Assembly Fixtures Bending and Lamination Section 13: Safety Devices Hold-Downs Blade & Cutter Guards Section 14: Dust Control for Jigs Machine Dust Collection Portable Power Tool Pickups
It's all here: every issue of Woodworker's Journal - more than 30 years' worth - in searchable, printable digital format. This bundle includes the 1977-2012 Complete Collection DVD, the 2013 and the new 2014 Annual Collections on CD. That's over 220 issues all at your fingertips and over 10,000 pages full of tips, tricks and projects with step-by-step instructions. Includes many hard-to-find and out-of-print issues, with instructions for multiple projects in each issue.You can easily view, print and search every issue. Looking for something specific? Type it into the search bar, and you will be searching the entire collection. Or browse through the issues to find over 1,500 plans with step-by-step instructions.Your satisfaction is guaranteed!
The Distinctive Series Dovetail Templates, Style A can be used with the Rockler Dovetail Jig, 22818 (sold separately) to create a narrow pinned dovetail. This template creates a fine, hand-cut appearance with the wide dovetails and narrow pins. This dovetail produced by this template is typical of handmade furniture but could also be used on other projects as well. This Distinctive Dovetail Template also comes with the needed knobs and T-bolts so youre ready to place it on your jig as soon as you get it. Best of all installation is easy. This template works with the router bits included with the Rockler Dovetail Jig, 22818 (sold separately). For added variety you can also use the 8mm Distinctive Series Dovetail Router Bits (sold separately).
The Distinctive Series Dovetail Templates, Style B can be used with the Rockler Dovetail Jig, 22818 (sold separately) to create a clean visually striking dovetail. This template eliminates the need to shift around different templates in order to achieve an interesting spacing between joints. Its set up to work perfectly with stock widths commonly used in making drawers, but you can also get creative and create your own spacing patterns. This template produces its unique dovetails due to its preset spacing for 4", 5", 7" and 10" widths and is easily installed on your Rockler Dovetail Jig. This Distinctive Dovetail Template also comes with the needed knobs and T-bolts so youre ready to place it on your jig as soon as you get it. This template works with the router bits included with the Rockler Dovetail Jig, 22818 (sold separately). For added variety you can also use the 8mm Distinctive Series Dovetail Router Bits (sold separately).
Whatever space you have, whether it's a basement, garage, or even a parking spot, can be transformed into a comfortable, user-friendly shop. To make the most of your space, a copy of Fine Woodworking Best Workshops is an essential guide. This collection of outstanding Fine Woodworking articles explains how to locate, set up, and accessorize your shop, even when space is limited. You’ll learn how to build smart from the ground up, including how to install easy-on-your-feet flooring, proper wiring, adequate lighting, and safe dust collection. You’ll find many of our editors' favorites here: the super workbench that was 30 years in the making, a best-ever outfeed table, a pivoting plywood cart, and clever ways to store tools and lumber. The book concludes with important tips on fire prevention, dust-free air, and a well-stocked first aid kit. 224 pages. Build a shop that works for your specific needsInnovative ideas for maximizing limited spaceChoose the best components for an efficient shopIncludes important tips and guidance on shop safety