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Author Archives: Ralph Bagnall


  • by Ralph Bagnall

    Just because you don't have a lathe doesn't mean you can't turn, the author creates a multi-sleeve rolling pin with a simple box jig and his router.

  • by Ralph Bagnall

    Rather than just storing your router bits in a pile in one big drawer, cutting out small blocks and storing them individually keeps you organized.

  • by Ralph Bagnall

    Washers can help you trace them out helping create small curves, larger curves, angles, and duplications making a template to mark a project.

  • by Ralph Bagnall

    Rockler blog contributor and woodworker Ralph Bagnall reminisces about is father's workshop and how he got started on his woodworking career

  • by Ralph Bagnall

    Adding a safety pin to your router table top gives you a good pivot option for making cuts with your router as well as adding a little safety.

  • by Ralph Bagnall

    Rockler's Pock-It Hole Clamps are perfect for holding workpieces in place during cabinetry construction and framework, many different screw settings.

  • by Ralph Bagnall

    Contributor Ralph Bagnall demonstrates old school countersink and pilot hole drilling technique with a modern day compromise to make things faster.

  • by Ralph Bagnall

    Woodworking expert Ralph Bagnall shares his top New Years Resolutions in his workshop for 2010, only half joking about them of course.

  • by Ralph Bagnall

    Woodworking has a classic tie to Christmas, from the elves in Santa's shop to making wood toys and furniture for the people in your life.

  • by Ralph Bagnall

    One of the great debates in woodworking is traditional hand tools versus modern power tools, but Ralph Bagnall wants to know why we can't use both?
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