Cabinet Door Pistons

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  1. 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

    …the door frames. Rip and crosscut the rails and stiles to size. Cut the panel grooves, then the stub tenons on the rail ends. You want a snug press fit, not a fit that requires you to hammer the parts together. While the groove-and-stub tenon is generally acceptable for cabinet doors, I reinforced…

  2. Black Walnut Lumber - A Midwest Forest Wood Highly Sought but Still Underpopulated / Rockler How-to

    Black Walnut Lumber - A Midwest Forest Wood Highly Sought but Still Underpopulated / Rockler How-to

    …is widely known, but surprisingly, the shells of walnuts are widely used as well. During World War II, airplane pistons were cleaned using ground walnut shell blasted against the pistons using high air pressure. The tree has been planted in other areas of the country for nut production. However,…

  3. How to Improve Your Bandsaw's Shop Production with Accessories / Rockler How-to

    How to Improve Your Bandsaw's Shop Production with Accessories / Rockler How-to

    …onto the upper casting and bolted into place (some drilling of the casting is required). Reassembled, the existing tension rod now rests atop a piston on the gearing mechanism. You still adjust the tension with the knob, but you can then engage and release full tension quickly by pulling the lever.…

  4. Chris Marshall Chooses His Top Two (Or Three) Routers for His Shop / Rockler How-to

    Chris Marshall Chooses His Top Two (Or Three) Routers for His Shop / Rockler How-to

    …electronics to keep rpm up under load, soft start and variable speed. It slides in and out of either plunge or fixed bases like a well-oiled piston, once you flip a lever and push a button. Micro-adjustment is a simple twist of the Acme-threaded rod â no annoying wingdings to it â and the…

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