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  1. CMT ITK Contractor Blade Solid for Large Construction as well as Box Joint Cuts / Rockler How-to

    CMT ITK Contractor Blade Solid for Large Construction as well as Box Joint Cuts / Rockler How-to

    blade in both 10" and 12" versions, 40-tooth general purpose blades in both 10" and 12", and 60-tooth finishing/plywood blades in both 10" and 12". Pricing starts at about $18.50 for individual blades, while the 7-1â 4" blades also sell in 10- packs starting at $78 per box. CMT's ITK Contractor Saw

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

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

    …shallow dadoes with your saw's dado blades, the cuts along the back edge of the bracket tops will house the back pieces. The press requires four pairs of large upper and lower brackets, plus one pair of smaller brackets, to hold the pipe clamps. Make the tops (pieces 6 and 7) of the large brackets…

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

    Zero Clearance Table Saw Inserts / Rockler How-to

    …is a substitute for the throat plate that came with your table saw. The opening in the insert is cut on the table saw to the exact width of the saw blade's kerf, thereby preventing thin slices of wood from jamming in between the blade and the throat plate during a cut, and reducing the amount of…

  4. Table Saw Dust Collection Tips / Rockler How-to

    Table Saw Dust Collection Tips / Rockler How-to

    …factory system on my Delta unisaw. My Delta saw does not pull the dust down from the blade, I even packed holes in the sides with fiberglass to inprove suction, Francis Horton, 160 River Ridge ln, Statesville N.C. 28677 * Charles Buster April 4, 2007 at 6:35 am I have a Sears 10" contractor's…

  5. Building a Shop-Made Table Saw Dovetail Sled Jig / Rockler How-to

    Building a Shop-Made Table Saw Dovetail Sled Jig / Rockler How-to

    …glue square 2x4 exit blocks (pieces 7) to the base at the back of each slot, directly over the saw kerfs you just cut. To keep the jig from sliding beyond the point where the saw blade passes through the exit blocks, clamp a stop block into both of the saw's miter slots. Cutting Dovetails Figure…

  6. Are Radial Arm Saws a Thing of the Past? / Rockler How-to

    Are Radial Arm Saws a Thing of the Past? / Rockler How-to

    …read below. Here's our two cents: The blade you put on a radial arm saw - or any saw, for that matter - has a lot to do with how well it will perform and how safe it is to use. Read more on choosing radial arm saw blades here on the blog. Q. Are radial arm saws obsolete, especially when you take…

  7. Rockler - comment page 1

    Rockler - comment page 1

    …* Tools * Power Tools * CNC Machines * Saws * Routers * Lathes * Planers * Joiners * Drill Presses * Sanders * Multi-Tools * Handheld Drills * Dust Collection * Power Tool Accessories * Router Tables * Router Bits * Router Accessories * Saw Blades * Saw Accessories * Drilling Accessories * Mobile…

  8. Making a Small Parts Mitering Jig / Rockler How-to

    Making a Small Parts Mitering Jig / Rockler How-to

    …3-3â 4" in from each end, tight to the table and base. Apply the glue, and then clamp the tabletop to the base of the jig with speed squares at the ends at a 45° to the base. Make sure your saw fence and miter slot are parallel to the saw's blade. Set the saw fence 11-3â 4" from the blade. Rest…

  9. 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

    …radial arm saw and dado blade. A similar table saw set up would be fine for this application as well. Cut the base parts (pieces 1 through 7) to size. Lay out and cut the half-lap joints of the base's foot-end cantilevers (one piece 5, both pieces 6). Use a table saw or miter saw to cut the beveled…

  10. Workshop Benchtop Planer Cart Project / Rockler How-to

    Workshop Benchtop Planer Cart Project / Rockler How-to

    …rabbets, install a wide dado blade in your saw, and clamp a sacrificial fence to the rip fence so you can bury part of the blade in it. Raise the blade for a 3/8"-deep cut, and adjust the fence so the blade's cutting width matches the thickness of your project plywood. Make a test cut to check your…

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

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

    …Cut out an 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…

  12. How to Build a Hardwood Mosaic Picture Frame / Rockler How-to

    How to Build a Hardwood Mosaic Picture Frame / Rockler How-to

    …basically bulletproof. Begin with the Plywood To begin this project, use your table saw to rip the plywood stiles and rails to width and length (pieces 1 through 4). I am sure that any good quality saw blade will work for you, but I use a Freud 80-tooth crosscut blade for all of this work (even the…

  13. Shop Sandpaper and Abrasives Shelving Organizer / Rockler How-to

    Shop Sandpaper and Abrasives Shelving Organizer / Rockler How-to

    …side panels with your table saw, fence, miter gauges and stop block. Start the project by making the side panels (pieces 1). Cut two plywood blanks to overall size, and use a 3/4"-wide dado blade to mill rabbets along the inside bottom and back edges. Reset your dado blade width, as needed, and plow…

  14. Building a Cherry Wood Sideboard in the Thos. Moser and Shaker-Style / Rockler How-to

    Building a Cherry Wood Sideboard in the Thos. Moser and Shaker-Style / Rockler How-to

    …table saw to taper the outside faces of each leg end to end after cutting the mortises. Next, construct the loose tenons and test-fit the joints, then cut short tapers on the legs and shape the bottom-rail arches. For the sideboard leg and rail diagrams in PDF format, click here. Cut the plywood

  15. Refacing Your Cabinets with Veneer / Rockler How-to

    Refacing Your Cabinets with Veneer / Rockler How-to

    Blade * Tape Measure * 150 Grit Sandpaper or block * Utility Knife * Scissors * Tack Cloth * Hammer * Steel Wool * 4" straight edge or putty knife * Adhesive spray * Carpenter's Glue * Drill * Touch-up Kit * Screwdrivers: Flathead and Phillips * Miter box and Saw * Finishing nails for Molding Step 1

  16. How to Build a Waney-edged Box / Rockler How-to

    How to Build a Waney-edged Box / Rockler How-to

    …like a charm. Creating this table saw sled will help you get the best, most even cuts for the dadoes on the edges of your box. I built the sled by gluing together four layers of 1/2" plywood and trimming it into a 5" x 16" rectangle. Then I set my table saw blade to exactly 45° and bisected it…

  17. Tall Kitchen Chair Project / Rockler How-to

    Tall Kitchen Chair Project / Rockler How-to

    …download the PDF The front leg is 1-3â 4" square for its width and thickness. Cut them exactly to length, and then move to the table saw to raise the tenon on the end. This must fit tightly in the notch you formed in the seat blanks. I set the blade on my saw to 1/4" high and sliced the shoulders…

  18. Woodworking Gift Ideas / Rockler How-to

    Woodworking Gift Ideas / Rockler How-to

    …50" All-In-One: "This all in one clamping guide is the best guide that I have ever used with a circular saw or router. With the 50" Clamp and a circular saw I can now cut a sheet of plywood perfectly straight and square. When using the clamp with a router I can put an edge on a board straight enough…

  19. Classic Shaker-Style Drop-Leaf Table Project / Rockler How-to

    Classic Shaker-Style Drop-Leaf Table Project / Rockler How-to

    …make these cuts freehand. I'd planned on forming the tenons on the table saw using a dado head, but the thought of making a blade insert and an ever-looming deadline helped dissuade me, sending me instead to the band saw. Finish the apron tenons by cutting out the breaks on the apron ends to match…

  20. Building an Arts and Crafts Style Bookcase Project / Rockler How-to

    Building an Arts and Crafts Style Bookcase Project / Rockler How-to

    …post and hide the glue lines. Glue up three pieces of lumber and slice off a 1/4" piece on your table saw from one face of the boards. To make them, glue up four blanks for your posts (pieces 1), with one of the outer pieces on each blank chosen to resaw for the thin veneer cap. Square up your post…

  21. Building a Mesquite Wood Southwestern Bench / Rockler How-to

    Building a Mesquite Wood Southwestern Bench / Rockler How-to

    …occasionally cut tenons on the band saw, especially if there are not too many of them. I use the same setting on the marking gauge for the tenons and the mortises, and the same philosophy as if I were cutting them with a hand saw. I split the line with the saw blade and go nice and slow. Take your…

  22. Build a Tambour Top Gift Box from Scrap Wood / Rockler How-to

    Build a Tambour Top Gift Box from Scrap Wood / Rockler How-to

    1) from 3/4" maple stock. Keep in mind that the two sides are mirror images of each other; thus the ends and accompanying dimensions must be reversed to make matching sides that face each other. For the tambour gift box diagrams and materials list in PDF format, click here. Using a dado blade in…

  23. Making an Easy-to-Build Shop-Made Clamp-on Router Table / Rockler How-to

    Making an Easy-to-Build Shop-Made Clamp-on Router Table / Rockler How-to

    …make insert rings. Disassemble the table and cut a 3/4"-wide slot along the front edge to fit your table saw's miter gauge bar. Mill it with a straight bit in your router or using a dado blade. Give all the project parts a thorough sanding, and apply a few coats of durable finish. When the finish…

  24. Making Your Own Bamboo Fly Fishing Rod / Rockler How-to

    Making Your Own Bamboo Fly Fishing Rod / Rockler How-to

    …chuck and a support to keep the far end of the blank from whipping around. I made my support by bolting a piece of plywood to a table saw outfeed stand. Drill a hole in the plywood, line it with something soft (like a cork with a hole drilled in it), and then feed the rod through the hole to steady…

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