Built with both professionals and hobbyists in mind, the all-new DB210 Foreman Pocket Hole Machine is packed with features that will have you building with twice the speed and half the effort of a standard pocket-hole jig. It offers all of the same features and capabilities of our professional-grade machines in a machine that's versatile, portable, and extremely affordable. Simply clamp your workpiece and pull the handle to start the powerful 110-volt motor and raise the drill bit through the table in one easy motion. This drills a precisely-placed pocket hole at the perfect depth in materials from 1/2'' to 1-1/2" thick. The Foreman DB210 features a tool-free adjustable fence that positions your workpiece for precise pocket depth, plus a pair of adjustable, spring-loaded stops for repeatable accuracy. Clear markings in the table make it easy to position the fence for your material thickness. Includes a standard 3/8'' Kreg stepped drill bit. Single-step operation starts motor, clamps workpiece, and drills pocket holesCreates all Kreg pocket-joint sizes: Standard, Micro, and HDLightweight, durable construction allows hassle-free transport-perfect for use in your shop or on-the-goLarge table with ample workspaceBuilt-in storage tray provides the perfect place to store extra bits and accessoriesDust collection attachment helps keep your work area cleanPowerful 110-V, 5.0-AMP, 2,800 RPM motor provides fast drillingQuick-change chuck provides fast, tool-free bit changesAlso compatible with the Kreg Micro-Pocket Bit to create more compact pocket holes in thinner stock, and the Kreg HD (Heavy-Duty) Bit for creating strong joints in 1-1/2'' and thicker stock
Build projects with both modern and classic styling; increase your productivity and upgrade your shop skills with a framing jig and instructions on using a steady rest; easily create a curved laminate; and check out the choices for the best 10'' sliding compound miter saw. You'll find all this and more in the March/April 2015 issue of Woodworker's Journal. Coffee Table with LED Lighting: Sandor Nagyszalanczy adds an additional element of fun to a mid-century modern styled coffee table with the installation of color-changing LED lights beneath the glass top. Tool Review: Chris Marshall examines the current crop of 10'' sliding compound miter saws. His tests of hundreds of crosscuts and compound cuts through hard maple help answer the question "which saw is right for you?'' L.& J.G. Stickley-Inspired Settle: Simple construction techniques like mortise-and-tenon, grooves and corbels underlie the minimalist design of this Arts and Crafts style project inspired by some of the Stickley brothers. Bowfront Hall Table: A curved laminate front apron is the key detail to this table. Creating it takes patience and precision, but doesn't require rocket science. Framing Jig: Making frames? This jig will give you fast, accurate clamping and easy glue-up. Carving Linenfold Panels: Fool the eye with a wood panel that looks like folded cloth '' a great project for beginning carvers. Woodturning: Learn how to successfully turn long, slender items with advice from Ernie Conover (and a steady rest).
FastCap's SpeedTape provides a clean, efficient way of applying veneer, edging and even small moldings with no messy overspray or expensive hot-melt edging machines. Just peel off the liner on one side, apply to the edge, peel off the other liner, and roll on your edging. The adhesive increases in strength as it cures, providing a long-lasting permanent bond.Technical Details:FastCap SpeedTape is completely waterproof. Rated from 30° to 250°. SpeedTape is made with high-performance acrylic "Ultra Bond" double-sided PSA adhesive. As always, do a test to ensure SpeedTape is suitable for your application.Finishing veneers is very important with SpeedTape - always follow finishing instructions precisely. Ideal for: edgebanding, veneers, laminate, applying carpet, jigs and fixtures, general adhesives, peel-and-stick moldings.
Getting corner baseboard to fit together perfectly can be a tricky task without a tool like BaseCoper, which features an optimal-angle design for fast, precise-fitting cope cuts using your jigsaw.This easy-to-use jig creates a flat suface on which your jigsaw's base can ride, keeping the blade at the perfect angle for fast, easy cope cuts.