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Author Archives: Ralph Bagnall


  • by Ralph Bagnall

    Our author helps you determine the pluses and minuses of choosing between an open or closed cabinet router table stand for your workshop.

  • by Ralph Bagnall

    A flat, square fence is a key part to having a useful and usable router table set up in your shop, whether you build it or buy one like the Rockler’s Multi-Track system.

  • by Ralph Bagnall

    One of the centerpieces and workhorses of your workshop is your router table, whether you decide to build your own or buy one from the store.

  • by Ralph Bagnall

    Workbench casters and mobile bases keep your bench and large tools stable but allow them to be moved and stored in the shop more easily.

  • by Ralph Bagnall

    Incorporating casters into the design of your tool supports and workbenches ensures that your heavier tools will remain stable and mobile.

  • by Ralph Bagnall

    A mobile floor stand base or even something as simple as plywood with casters attached can be a great help for keeping your tools mobile.

  • by Ralph Bagnall

    Dual port connections and a bench top dust scoop will help you keep your tools and shop clean even above standard dust management techniques.

  • by Ralph Bagnall

    One central dust collection system can service your whole workshop if you can connect it to all your tools, which can be accomplished with adapters.

  • by Ralph Bagnall

    Rockler's 2-1/2 to 3/4" Rubber Hose Adaptor is one way to bridge the gap from dust collector to tool, helping keep your tools and workshop clean.

  • by Ralph Bagnall

    A Gentleman’s Saw is a hand saw designed in the Victorian-era, which still finds use today in many shops for hand-cutting tenon joinery.
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