• by Rockler

    Etched Mirror Turned Jewelry Box. I've heard more than one woodworker express the opinion that woodturning is but a poor cousin to the "real thing." Absolutely untrue! Woodturning opens up new frontiers of organically shaped, useful and beautiful projects. It may be woodworking's purest form.

  • by Rockler

    Rustic Chickadee Cabin. If You Build it... They Will You can complete this attractive home for your feathered friends in a weekend!

  • by Matt Becker

    Most shops don't have the space for a full-sized large air compressor, but there are simple ways to tell how small you can go and still get the most out of your air tools.

  • by Matt Becker

    Jointers can be important workpieces in your shop, but a slight imbalance between the tables can throw it off entirely, so maintaining it is important.

  • by Michael Dresdner

    A lot of people don't really understand what wood sealer is and how and when to use it on a project, our author clears up this vital process.

  • by Rockler

    Whether you're a pro in a large commercial operation or a weekend woodworker with a garage-sized shop, dust collection is an important consideration. At Rockler Woodworking and Hardware, we concentrate on supplying dust collection equipment and supplies designed specifically for the space, needs and budget of the hobbyist and small professional shop alike.

  • by Matt Becker

    Block planes might seem like a antique from a different era of woodworking, but hand planes have a place in almost any modern shop for multiple tasks.

  • by Rockler

    Just as every shop is different, the appropriate dust collection solution for every shop is going to be different.

  • by Rockler

    This section of our Complete Cabinet Hinge Guide explains the different types of hinges, and how to properly utilize them in your projects.

  • by Rockler

    Even the best dust collection system can still leave clouds of tiny dust particles floating through the air, and these particles pose their own dangers. In this article, we'll look at the drawbacks of letting fine airborne dust run wild and at strategies for handling the problem.
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