Heavy-Duty 1" to 2-1/2" 15 Ga Finish nailer3 Year Limited WarrantyDual motor technology: oil free and oil lube.Uses 1"- 2-1/2" (25.4 mm - 65 mm) 34¦ collated nails, rear load;Tool-free features: reversible belt hook, jam clearing, 360¦ exhaustLow profile no-mar padTool-free depth adjustmentSequential action trigger installedIncludes:carrying case1,000 of 2" "DA" Style Angle Finish Nailsbump style trigger2 wrenchesair fittingFeatures & Benefits:Sealed Lube Dual Tech: motor works as an oil free and oil lube unit.Tool-free features: adjustable belt hook, nail depth adjustment, jam clearing, 360¦ exhaustUses 1" to 2-1/2" (25.4mm-65mm) 34¦ collated nails, rear load;Includes carrying case, 1000 of 2" finish nails and safety glassesLow profile no-mar padSequential action trigger installed
Eliminate the unsafe distraction of turning on and off your dust collection system while you're operating a shop tool! The iVac Pro consists of two main components, the Pro Switch (Sold Separately) and the Pro Tool, both sold separately in your choice of 240V or 115V. A complete iVac Pro System gives you wireless control of your dust collection system, automatically turning it on/off every time you turn on/off one of your shop tools.Here is how it works: plug your dust collection system into a Pro Switch. Now add a Pro Tool for every shop tool you want to automatically activate your dust collection system. One Pro Switch can accommodate up to 8 Pro Tools, as long as they are within the 40' radio frequency range, making it possible to run your dust collection system only when you run your tools! And running more than one tool at the same time won't cause interference; the Pro Switch won't turn your dust collection system off until the last Pro Tool in your system is shut off. You can even program your Pro Switch to run a little longer than your tool to allow for dust clearance. So get started today by selecting a Pro Switch in 240V or 115V and adding up to 8 Pro Tools.NOTE: IVac Pro System Boxes are built to handle the amperage advertised, however, both the UL (American) and CSA (Canadian) safety approval agencies require the boxes to be labeled at 80% of their actual amperage capacity due to the fact that the units have an attached power supply cord. Example - The 115 Volt / 20 Amp box is labeled as only 16 amps, however the box will actually continuously handle 20 amp AC mains.
If you've always wanted to take a woodturning class to learn the basics of the craft or to brush up on your skills, now's your chance with this complete and easy-to-follow course from artist and professional instructor Jim Rodgers. A Lesson Plan for Woodturning maps out everything you need to know, from safety and tools to the basic techniques that will have you quickly turning bowls, boxes and even baseball bats. Packed with step-by-step instructions, illustrations and photographs, A Lesson Plan for Woodturning is the self-directed course that will have you mastering the essential skills of woodturning at your own pace. Paperback. 112 pages. Contents: Getting Started—Turning Between CentersKeeping Your Tools SharpYour First ProjectsIntroduction to Faceplate TurningTurning Your First BowlTurning Your First PlatterWorking with Green WoodTurning a Natural Edge BowlEnd Grain TurningEnd Grain Boxes—Making Things FitCompleting Your ProjectsWhere to Go NextAppendix About the Author: Jim Rodgers is a professional educator who has been teaching woodturning to both adults and youths for over a decade. Rodgers holds California teaching credentials in both Adult Education and Career Technical Education focusing on woodworking. He is also the founder and senior instructor at the Mount Diablo Woodturning Center. Rodgers lectures throughout the United States, has published many articles on woodturning, and maintains a website with teaching and student support materials.
Beautiful, sturdy. Limited rocking motion.Hood protects from drafts. Only 14 pieces. Full-size patterns. 33 in. long by 27 in. wide by 27 in. tall.Note: if you intend to build this project for use by children, please make sure you follow current governmental safety guidelines for the country, state or jurisdiction in which you live. For the USA, current guidelines can be found at the Consumer Product Safety Commission website: http://www.cpsc.gov/ While efforts are made to design this plan to safety guidelines, no guarantee is made that this plan is current with the particular regulations or guidelines of your governmental jurisdiction.