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  1. Zero Clearance Table Saw Inserts / Rockler How-to

    Zero Clearance Table Saw Inserts / Rockler How-to

    …"zero clearance tradeoff": The whole point of a zero clearance insert is to bring the distance between the blade and the nearest supporting surface down to nothing, and as a result, every zero clearance insert is good for one, and only one, bevel angle setting. Fortunately, zero clearance inserts…

  2. Choosing the Right Drawer Slide / Rockler How-to

    Choosing the Right Drawer Slide / Rockler How-to

    clearance at top and bottom of cabinet opening; drawer sides typically can be no more than 5/8" thick. - Space from underside of drawer bottom to bottom of drawer sides must be 1/2". Drawer Slide Tutorial - Mounting Types Drawer Slide Tutorial - Ball Bering vs Roller Style Slide Mechanisms Slide

  3. Using the Rockler Custom Door and Drawer Front Program / Rockler How-to

    Using the Rockler Custom Door and Drawer Front Program / Rockler How-to

    drawer clearance inside of your cabinet If your current drawer boxes are three sided, you will be using the current front of the drawer as the back side of the drawer box, and will need to add the current drawer front's thickness to the overall length of the drawer (see Installing Drawer the Drawer

  4. The TopSlide Guide / Rockler How-to

    The TopSlide Guide / Rockler How-to

    …3/4 100 lb. Side Mount Trigger Zinc 10" - 28" Back to TopSlide List Series 714 - Center Mount Drawer Slides An economical, smooth and reliable choice for new cabinets and many retrofitting projects. Maximizes allowable drawer space - very little drawer side and bottom clearance required. Rigid,…

  5. How to Make a Tambour-topped Box / Rockler How-to

    How to Make a Tambour-topped Box / Rockler How-to

    …end of the back. Figure 6: Cut out the miter clearance into the lower rear corners of the drawer slides, cutting out a small chip of stock with a chisel. To create clearance where the tambour attaches to the drawer, cut off the back lower corner of each side at a 45 degree angle. Then, using a sharp…

  6. Understanding Hinges / Rockler How-to

    Understanding Hinges / Rockler How-to

    …a euro style hinge for face frame overlay style cabinet doors that will allow the door to fully clear the face frame when open, to allow clearance for slide out shelves? Thanx! * bruce blodget January 5, 2014 at 1:03 pm I have a knife rack mounted under my upper cabinet. I have a broken hinge and…

  7. Powermatic 701 Benchtop Mortiser Features Workpiece Holddown and Chisel Spacer / Rockler How-to

    Powermatic 701 Benchtop Mortiser Features Workpiece Holddown and Chisel Spacer / Rockler How-to

    …and a side knob locks the position. Up front, the table has two rubber wheels that press against the wood, yet still allow it to move sideways. The 2-5â 8"-tall fence slides fore and aft easily on its rack, then locks down with two levers. Table workspace is adequate at 8-5â 8" x 12-7â 8". My…

  8. Table Saw Safety Tips / Rockler How-to

    Table Saw Safety Tips / Rockler How-to

    …whenever possible. If you use a custom-made "zero clearance insert" (discussed below), equip it with a shop made splitter, or pick up an after-market solution, like the easy-to-install Pop-In Splitter. 8. Use Zero Clearance Inserts. A zero clearance insert supports the stock right up to the edge of…

  9. New European Style Hinge for Lipped Cabinet Doors / Rockler How-to

    New European Style Hinge for Lipped Cabinet Doors / Rockler How-to

    …I am interested if the door clears the opening (for slide out shelves). Also what are the specs on the mounting plate for using the hinge on non-face-frame or "less than standard" clearance between the FF and the cabinet side.<br />Thanks for any help. * Blog Editor January…

  10. Choosing a Crosscut Sled / Rockler How-to

    Choosing a Crosscut Sled / Rockler How-to

    …coated platform provides ample workpiece support. It comes with a little added width on the blade side, which trims down the first time you use sled to provide the all-important zero blade clearance fit with just about any saw. To make sure the platform travels easily, the Rockler sled comes with…

  11. Wall-mounted Plywood Panel Press Project / Rockler How-to

    Wall-mounted Plywood Panel Press Project / Rockler How-to

    …blank about 30" long and ripped to 8-3â 8" wide. Start by penciling a line along the length of the blank, located 1-5â 8" in from one long edge. Mill 3/4"-wide x 3/8" deep rabbets into both long bottom edges. Crosscut the eight large bracket tops to 3" wide, and designate four of them "uppers"…

  12. How to Make a Simple Router Jig to Increase Stability for Trim Edging / Rockler How-to

    How to Make a Simple Router Jig to Increase Stability for Trim Edging / Rockler How-to

    …Here's my stabilizing solution: I took a scrap piece of 4 x 4 fence post and jointed two adjacent sides flat and square. Then I cut a 3/8" x 5/8" rabbet along this edge to provide clearance for the overhang I leave on my edging when I glue it in place. By clamping my jig flush with the surface…

  13. Build a Folding Outfeed Table to Mount on Your Table Saw Stand / Rockler How-to

    Build a Folding Outfeed Table to Mount on Your Table Saw Stand / Rockler How-to

    …and securing it with brad nails. Now, glue, clamp and nail the side edging to the core with 1-1â 2" brads. Mark and cut the front edging (piece 8) to length, then glue and nail it in place. Fit a strip of back edging (piece 9) to the side edging, and install it. Take the time to round its ends on a…

  14. Building a Mahogany Greene and Greene Bedside Table / Rockler How-to

    Building a Mahogany Greene and Greene Bedside Table / Rockler How-to

    …Drawings, the legs are joined by a wide apron that also holds a single drawer. Start by planing enough 4/4 stock down to 3/4" thick for the table's aprons. Cut three of the four aprons 5-1â 2" wide: two that are 10" long for the sides and one 13"-long apron for the back. For the front apron, start…

  15. Horizontal Tilt-top Router Table Project / Rockler How-to

    Horizontal Tilt-top Router Table Project / Rockler How-to

    …18" x 12" bottom, three 12" squares for the front and sides and a 12" x 3" wide strip for the bottom rear (pieces 1 through 4). On the band saw (or with a jigsaw), cut a 3" high, 3/4" deep notch at the top back corner of each of the two sides for the crossmember that supports the router plate (cut…

  16. Building a Wall-Mounted Router Table / Rockler How-to

    Building a Wall-Mounted Router Table / Rockler How-to

    …playing cards as spacers, this will ensure the clearance of the table even as the wood expands. Follow the layout shown in the Drawings to make the two cabinet support arms (pieces 18) from 1"-thick, dimensionally stable stock. Ease the part edges, and slide the arms into place in the cabinet next…

  17. Choosing a Router Table / Rockler How-to

    Choosing a Router Table / Rockler How-to

    …be at least 1" thick. Along with meeting this minimum thickness requirement, a MDF table tops should be surfaced on two sides with a material that provides easy sliding and prevents surface wear. Many MDF and particle board machine tables are surfaced with melamine, which provides basic protection…

  18. How to Build a Trivet Using a Simple Trammel Jig / Rockler How-to

    How to Build a Trivet Using a Simple Trammel Jig / Rockler How-to

    …establish where to bore a clearance hole for the router bit. Mark the trammel carefully with two layout lines: one identifying the centerpoint of the router bit and a second drawn 12" back from this line, before making the bit clearance hole and fastening the router to it. Slide the trammel along…

  19. Home Media Center Project / Rockler How-to

    Home Media Center Project / Rockler How-to

    …the cart together, you'll need these sometimes difficult to find parts for the finished product. Heavy-duty Drawer Slides (1 pr.) #31416 Accuride Drawer Slides (5 pr. req.) #32482 Drawer Pulls (4 req.) #23331 Heavy-duty Levelers (2 packs req.) #81239 Oval Grommet (1) #22899 DVD & Audio Cassette…

  20. Build a Poplar Kitchen Workstation Table / Rockler How-to

    Build a Poplar Kitchen Workstation Table / Rockler How-to

    …upside down to make aligning the bit with the leg easier. Each top rail is held in place with 2" #8 screws. Before you move on, set up fences on a drill press to position the 5/16" diameter clearance holes in the legs for the lag screws that will hold the bottom rails. Continue Shaping the Parts Cut…

  21. Building a Base Cabinet for the Kitchen / Rockler How-to

    Building a Base Cabinet for the Kitchen / Rockler How-to

    …of them to sit on.) Now move on to building the drawer box. Bear in mind that the undermount slides require specific clearances to work properly. The runners are mounted underneath the drawer, and the bottom must be recessed 1/2" for them. The sides must be no more than 5/8" thick (in our case we…

  22. This Cat Recipe Holder Wood Turning Project Makes a Perfect Holiday Gift / Rockler How-to

    This Cat Recipe Holder Wood Turning Project Makes a Perfect Holiday Gift / Rockler How-to

    …on each side of the cat's nose. Next, find some material for the whiskers, leaving them long to ease handling. I used a few broom straws, which worked great. Secure the cat in a padded vise with the face in a convenient position and lightly mark the positions for three whiskers on each side. Using a…

  23. 10 Tips for Making Clean Cuts With Router Bits / Rockler How-to

    10 Tips for Making Clean Cuts With Router Bits / Rockler How-to

    …in place while using your router with Rockler's bench cookie plus work grippers. 8. If using a handheld router, make sure that the workpiece won't shift during the cutting operation and that there's proper clearance for the bit. Rockler's Bench Cookie® Plus work grippers (Item #46902) make this…

  24. Table Saw Terminology / Rockler How-to

    Table Saw Terminology / Rockler How-to

    …with motors under 3 HP and can be operated on standard 110 volt residential circuitry. In general, motors in this class are powerful enough for routine cutting of sheet goods and hardwoods up to 1" thick. Professional class saws, on the other hand, have motors in the 3- 5 HP range and require…

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