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  1. Fein SuperCut Designed for Professional Woodworkers and Others with Kits / Rockler How-to

    Fein SuperCut Designed for Professional Woodworkers and Others with Kits / Rockler How-to

    …depth stop and a hard storage case. It also has a dust extraction accessory. Other SuperCut kits focus on flooring work, window repair, tile renovation and caulking/sealant removal. posted on April 1, 2010 by Chris Marshall previous post next post Comments * * Name * *Email * Website * *Comment

  2. How to Use Sandpaper, Scrapers and Planes to Smooth Wood for Finishing / Rockler How-to

    How to Use Sandpaper, Scrapers and Planes to Smooth Wood for Finishing / Rockler How-to

    …differently, and their appearance will be markedly off. If you must join pieces of wood that have been variously prepared, I recommend a final hand sanding to ensure a uniform surface. posted on June 1, 2010 by Rob Johnstone previous post next post Comments * * Name * *Email * Website * *Comment

  3. How to Build a Custom Platform Bed Frame With Cantilever Supports / Rockler How-to

    How to Build a Custom Platform Bed Frame With Cantilever Supports / Rockler How-to

    …bottom edge of the base. While this "floating" bed doesn't really defy the laws of gravity, the effect is convincing. A solid platform will keep it firmly grounded for years to come. posted on February 1, 2009 by Bruce Kieffer previous post next post Comments * * Name * *Email * Website * *Comment

  4. Advantages of Designing Your Own Projects / Rockler How-to

    Advantages of Designing Your Own Projects / Rockler How-to

    …should design my own web page and post my skills for others to enjoy. So I guess my question would be, is it at all profitable to sell from on line or should I just keep it to myself and sell from home under normal advertising?<br /><br />Desi Garrigan Comments * * Name * *Email *…

  5. Making Hardwood Bottle Opener Handles Turning on a Lathe / Rockler How-to

    Making Hardwood Bottle Opener Handles Turning on a Lathe / Rockler How-to

    …I happened to have a bottle of IBC root beer in my refrigerator. Of course, I'm sure Dan will be enjoying his own brand of brew on his birthday in an appropriately adult fashion. posted on December 1, 2008 by Betty Scarpino previous post next post Comments * * Name * *Email * Website * *Comment

  6. Customer Reviews Make Free E-Z Plans Easier / Rockler How-to

    Customer Reviews Make Free E-Z Plans Easier / Rockler How-to

    …"Thanks for the bank idea - they aren't professional, but 'Grandpa made it for them.' It means more than you know." Or, if you scroll down the page a little ways, you might decide not to follow the instructions at all. After all, the plans are just suggestions. We're always happy to see creative…

  7. Accuride Ball Bearing Slides At A Glance Comparison Guide / Rockler How-to

    Accuride Ball Bearing Slides At A Glance Comparison Guide / Rockler How-to

    …drawers under overhanging counters or desktops where better access is needed. Self Closing option available Load Rating: 90 lbs. Extension (Travel): 1" Beyond Full Extension Type of Mount: Side Mount w/Tab Style Mount Style of Disconnect: No Disconnect Available Lengths: 16, 18, 20 and 22 inches…

  8. Woodworking Math Tables, Formulas and Calculators - Part III / Rockler How-to

    Woodworking Math Tables, Formulas and Calculators - Part III / Rockler How-to

    …N = Number of sides of the polygon B = 180/N (See Note 1 below) S = sin(B) x D1 S = tan(B) x D2 D1 = S/sin(B) D1 = D2 /cos(B) D2 = S/tan(B) D2 = cos(B) x D1 D4 = D2 - (material thickness x 2) D3 = D4 / cos(B)M = D2 - D3 (see Note 2 below) Note 1: "B" is the bevel or miter angle setting for saws that…

  9. Creativity abounds at DIY Club Inc.! / Rockler How-to

    Creativity abounds at DIY Club Inc.! / Rockler How-to

    …is always so fun to look through --for a DIY gal, her handy handsome husband and DIY kiddos. Yes, we are a DIY family. Thank you from the DIY team for such a glowing article. We think ROCKLER ROCKS!!! Cheri from Its So Very Cheri and DIY Club Inc.com Comments * * Name * *Email * Website * *Comment

  10. Dealing with Fine Woodshop Dust: Personal Respiratory Protection / Rockler How-to

    Dealing with Fine Woodshop Dust: Personal Respiratory Protection / Rockler How-to

    …Re-usable Cloth Masks * Power Air Respirators Why Respiratory Protection Devices are Important The shop air filtration measures discussed on the last page of the article are important steps toward protecting your health from the hazard of fine dust exposure. Unfortunately, no amount of preventative…

  11. Table Saw Dust Collection - Part II / Rockler How-to

    Table Saw Dust Collection - Part II / Rockler How-to

    …by Richard Babbitt on dust collection for contractor table saws including a totally-enclosed motor box. The motor cooling issue is solved by cutting air intake slots near the motor. Several other strategies are discussed for various types of saws. Comments * * Name * *Email * Website * *Comment

  12. Book Giveaway: Rustic Furniture Basics / Rockler How-to

    Book Giveaway: Rustic Furniture Basics / Rockler How-to

    …choose one lucky person from all the people who comment on this post to win it! If you Tweet a link to this post, or post about it on your blog or website, come back and tell us about it in the comments for another chance to win! The book is 144 pages, with 282 color photographs and 19 drawings.…

  13. Miter Joint Tips / Rockler How-to

    Miter Joint Tips / Rockler How-to

    …sketch of the eave trim under the roof. Thanks. Bill * Rockler Blog Team November 20, 2009 at 11:21 am Thanks for the comment. It's been a while, and we haven't heard from John. If you decide to take a crack at it anyway, let us know how we can help! Comments * * Name * *Email * Website * *Comment

  14. Two Ways to End Up with Great New Cabinet Doors / Rockler How-to

    Two Ways to End Up with Great New Cabinet Doors / Rockler How-to

    …WITH MITERED CORNERS? * blog editor March 21, 2008 at 2:25 pm Robert - In answer to your question, we <a href="http://www.rockler.com/blog/index.cfm?commentID=282" rel="nofollow">posted</a> a few thoughts on the subject. Comments * * Name * *Email * Website * *Comment

  15. Read All About It: New Additions to the Blogroll / Rockler How-to

    Read All About It: New Additions to the Blogroll / Rockler How-to

    …My blog runs from the very serious to the frivolous to the absurd. The great thing about the internet is that if you don't like something, just don't read it. But then, you may be missing something in the long run. Life is short, work some wood. Gary Comments * * Name * *Email * Website * *Comment

  16. Rockler Junkers Get Some JunkMarket Style! / Rockler How-to

    Rockler Junkers Get Some JunkMarket Style! / Rockler How-to

    …loves JunkMarket's style! If you're lucky enough to be in the Twin Cities area this weekend, this sale is don't-miss event! Check out the JunkMarket website at www.junkmarketstyle.com! posted on July 31, 2009 by Kim Adams previous post next post Comments * * Name * *Email * Website * *Comment

  17. Doweling vs. Biscuit Joints / Rockler How-to

    Doweling vs. Biscuit Joints / Rockler How-to

    …casesâ ¦" "â ¦The forum seems to be of the opinion that biscuit is good for alignment only and contributes very little strength to the joint. On page 70 of Jim Tolpin's book, "Building Traditional Kitchen Cabinets" he writes, (Joining wood with compressed hardwood wafers let into slots is a viable…

  18. Dust Collection Series: Putting It All Together / Rockler How-to

    Dust Collection Series: Putting It All Together / Rockler How-to

    …* Patricia Brace August 28, 2011 at 10:00 am Were and how do you go about pricing your work ? * Ralph Bagnall September 1, 2011 at 4:49 pm That's a big question, and many pages have been devoted to the subject in the trade magazines. There are as many pricing formulas as there are woodworkers. Some…

  19. Dust Right - A New Answer for Small Shops / Rockler How-to

    Dust Right - A New Answer for Small Shops / Rockler How-to

    …dust bags are at least 5 microns if not 1 micron. Should be marketed as a chip collector, not a dust collector. Would be acceptable for planer chips, but not fine sanding or cutting dust. * Rockler Blog Team April 6, 2009 at 7:51 am Thanks for the comment - that's a valid point. The nomenclature…

  20. Building Greene and Greene / Rockler How-to

    Building Greene and Greene / Rockler How-to

    …* Blog Editor August 1, 2008 at 5:42 pm Dan - Thanks very much. Great looking work and some very useful information for anyone interested in working in the Greene and Greene style. Comments * * Name * *Email * Website * *Comment

  21. Tung Oil Finish for a Kitchen Table? / Rockler How-to

    Tung Oil Finish for a Kitchen Table? / Rockler How-to

    …stated to use gloss for the first few coats and satin for the last. What are your thought about that? * Rockler Blog Team September 1, 2011 at 9:33 am Thanks for the comment Greg. It's really a matter of preference for the final appearance. If a satin look is what you're after, the a few thin coats…

  22. Shoulder &amp; Coachmaker's Rabbet Planes / Rockler How-to

    Shoulder & Coachmaker's Rabbet Planes / Rockler How-to

    …or horizontally. The body height of the 042 averages 2-1â 2", which helps you to gauge that you are holding the tool accurately when cutting in either the vertical or horizontal plane. posted on August 1, 2008 by Ian Kirby previous post next post Comments * * Name * *Email * Website * *Comment

  23. Table Saw Safety Tips / Rockler How-to

    Table Saw Safety Tips / Rockler How-to

    …resources in our selection of table saw books and DVDs. If you start off with a solid understanding of the basics, using your saw safely and correctly will soon become second nature. posted on August 15, 2013 by Rockler previous post next post Comments * * Name * *Email * Website * *Comment

  24. Selecting Wood for Raised Panel Doors / Rockler How-to

    Selecting Wood for Raised Panel Doors / Rockler How-to

    …thoughts on “Selecting Wood for Raised Panel Doors” * acousticaldoors March 2, 2011 at 6:24 am Awesome post, I will be a daily visitor from now on! * customdoors March 4, 2011 at 8:53 pm Awesome post, I will be a daily visitor from now on! Comments * * Name * *Email * Website * *Comment

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