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  1. Quick, Easy and Affordable - The STS Slot Mortiser / Rockler How-to

    Quick, Easy and Affordable - The STS Slot Mortiser / Rockler How-to

    …challenge. In many cases, set up involves multiple fence and stop block positions each of which can be nearly impossible to repeat. When you consider the fact that an average furniture making project can easily require a couple dozen mortises, constant set up problems are more than a minor…

  2. Choosing a Router Lift / Rockler How-to

    Choosing a Router Lift / Rockler How-to

    …Router Lift Choosing a Router Lift posted on October 26, 2007 by Rockler As you may have noticed, router lifts have been gaining in popularity over the past few years - to the point that now they're considered a near-necessity among frequent router table users. If you're thinking of stepping up to…

  3. Digitize Your Router Lift / Rockler How-to

    Digitize Your Router Lift / Rockler How-to

    …never have to count lift mechanism revolutions again. When the need arises for a rabbet or groove at a specific, pre-determined height, just lay a straightedge across the opening in the lift plate, draw the tip of the bit up to it, press the "zero" button, crank the bit up the appropriate height…

  4. The Smartlift Digital Router Lift / Rockler How-to

    The Smartlift Digital Router Lift / Rockler How-to

    …in setting up a router table for a cut has led to the development of the "router lift" - a great idea that we think has reached a particularly high point in the Smartlift Digital Router Lift. In case you aren't familiar with these time-and-aggravation savers, a router lift is an after-market…

  5. Remarkable Rockler Reviews: Deluxe Sewing Center Plan and Mechanical Lift Mechanism / Rockler How-to

    Remarkable Rockler Reviews: Deluxe Sewing Center Plan and Mechanical Lift Mechanism / Rockler How-to

    How-To / * Remarkable Rockler Reviews: Deluxe Sewing Center Plan and Mechanical Lift Mechanism Remarkable Rockler Reviews: Deluxe Sewing Center Plan and Mechanical Lift Mechanism posted on January 8, 2010 by Kim Adams Today I'd like to share a great review for the Deluxe Sewing Center Plan. The…

  6. Shop Mobility Part III - Heavy Lifting / Rockler How-to

    Shop Mobility Part III - Heavy Lifting / Rockler How-to

    …set up we do have can allow you to work more quickly, efficiently and comfortably. It may even make sharing your shop space with the family car possible! posted on February 16, 2012 by Ralph Bagnall previous post next post 7 thoughts on “Shop Mobility Part III - Heavy Lifting” * gerald…

  7. Using Hand Tools to Clean Up and Polish Your Furniture Projects / Rockler How-to

    Using Hand Tools to Clean Up and Polish Your Furniture Projects / Rockler How-to

    …polish the inside faces of work before gluing up without a lot of fuss. This means that corners are clean rather than sanded and softened as is the case when they are assembled first and finished later. Finally, glue squeeze-out that is left to dry lifts off cleanly from the waxed faces with a sharp…

  8. 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

    …router lift, the top of the frame will make up the rear router mounting block. My router lift's open framework uses the rear mounting block as its top piece. It has a round crank that turns a threaded rod through a nut captured between the lift's base and bracket. The rod pushes against a small lift

  9. Making a Patio Furniture Table and Bench Set / Rockler How-to

    Making a Patio Furniture Table and Bench Set / Rockler How-to

    …and line the hinge leaves up against it to get them aligned properly. Break all the sharp edges of the legs and braces with 100-grit sandpaper before you bring them together with pairs of galvanized hinges (pieces 7). 4. Mount the crossbrace to the leg, by clamping the lower hinge to the rail, then…

  10. Woodworker's Journal Editor Rob Johnstone Selects Two Must Have Shop Routers for a Workshop / Rockler How-to

    Woodworker's Journal Editor Rob Johnstone Selects Two Must Have Shop Routers for a Workshop / Rockler How-to

    …over an edge, to cope-and rail-cutting and raising hardwood door panels. The Craftsman router combo kit provides great all-purpose routing in any wood shop. So I certainly need a router with enough power to do some occasional "heavy lifting." But as a 55-year-old guy, I am beginning to realize that…

  11. How to Build a Portable Gazebo as a Summer Project / Rockler How-to

    How to Build a Portable Gazebo as a Summer Project / Rockler How-to

    …you previously drilled in the hinges. Tap carriage bolts through each pair of hinges and post holes (from the outside face in), and secure the connection with washers and wingnuts. Raise the Roof Set the base for your umbrella in the center of the gazebo, then set up your patio table and bring the…

  12. How to Choose What Workshop Power Planer to Buy as a Shop Planer and Jointer / Rockler How-to

    How to Choose What Workshop Power Planer to Buy as a Shop Planer and Jointer / Rockler How-to

    …light, uniform pressure on both front and back of the tool, and don't lift up until the cutterhead has cleared the workpiece. If the workpiece is short, you can do all this without moving. However, for longer workpieces like doors, it's best to "walk" the planer through the cut. So, just what kind…

  13. General Tools 75-030 Drill Press Adds Shop Safety Features and Value / Rockler How-to

    General Tools 75-030 Drill Press Adds Shop Safety Features and Value / Rockler How-to

    …lasers to help zero in on centerpoints. Due to Canadian safety regulations, there's a plastic guard around the chuck that flips up for bit changes. You also need to lift a hinged kill button to turn on the power. The spring-loaded chuck guard on the 75-030, provides added safety for users and is not…

  14. Rockler Router Table Finds a Good Home / Rockler How-to

    Rockler Router Table Finds a Good Home / Rockler How-to

    Lift with Rockler Router Table, Fence and Accessory Package includes some of the most sought after router table luxuries (the JessEm Lift has been particularly highly rated). There are a number of Rockler router table packages in between and all of the router table accessories, fences and lift

  15. How Much Router Do You Need? / Rockler How-to

    How Much Router Do You Need? / Rockler How-to

    …handle". Each turn of the handle moves the bit up or down 1/16". This adjustment ratio is gradual enough for exceedingly fine adjustments but still lets you crank the collet up above the table in a hurry when it's time to change the bit. The lift mechanism rides on two ground and polished shaft…

  16. Trend Tool and Bit Cleaner Offers Biodegradeable and Nontoxic Dirt Removal / Rockler How-to

    Trend Tool and Bit Cleaner Offers Biodegradeable and Nontoxic Dirt Removal / Rockler How-to

    …you have to clean up after yourself. Trend's new Tool & Bit Cleaner is supposed to make that task easier when it comes to your tools. You spray it on, then wipe it off, to remove resin, pitch and other gunk from your saw blades, drill bits, files, etc. It's formulated to lift the dirt away from…

  17. Affordable, Hassle-Free Table Routing / Rockler How-to

    Affordable, Hassle-Free Table Routing / Rockler How-to

    …What do we mean by "conveniences"? Maybe we should say "lack of inconvenience". If there's one router table complaint that comes up again and again, it's that setting up for a cut can be a huge, time-gobbling hassle. These days, such problems are less likely to be the table's fault. The serious bugs…

  18. Router Expert Bill Hylton Picks a Fixed Base Router and Plunge Router for His Router Table / Rockler How-to

    Router Expert Bill Hylton Picks a Fixed Base Router and Plunge Router for His Router Table / Rockler How-to

    …no lift. The first time I handled the Milwaukee 5625, the first of my "indispensables," I knew it was perfect for mounting in a table. I like the router table for many routing jobs. But give me a simple, functional table, please; spare me the lift. With the right router and setup, a lift is…

  19. Shop Testing Plunge-Cut Rail Saws for Different Types of Lumber / Rockler How-to

    Shop Testing Plunge-Cut Rail Saws for Different Types of Lumber / Rockler How-to

    …splinters. DeWalt, again, cut the panel edge well but lifted some little splinters on the offcut side. MDF was third up on my chopping block, to see how efficiently the saws managed fine dust (all three cut MDF like butter). The air didn't cloud up during cutting, and my work area stayed quite clean…

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

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

    …Extension (Travel): Full Extension Type of Mount: Side Mount Style of Disconnect: Lift Off Rail Available Lengths: 12, 14, 16, 20, 22, 24, and 26 inches Accuride 4034 Series, Zinc Finish Application: For file drawers up to 24" wide or where over-travel is needed for better access. Load Rating:…

  21. JET Tools JWP-15DX Stationary Planer Learns from Benchtop Planers / Rockler How-to

    JET Tools JWP-15DX Stationary Planer Learns from Benchtop Planers / Rockler How-to

    …you get them set up properly. Casters in the base make it easier to move this heavy tool around, and they lock with a foot pedal. The JET also sets the low bar of pricing for the group at $1,249. Given its easy knife changing and an attractive price, the JWP-15DX has a leg up on its similar cousins…

  22. Craftsman 21907 Benchtop Mortiser Tough Auger Bit Installation, but Good Riser Block and Feed Handle / Rockler How-to

    Craftsman 21907 Benchtop Mortiser Tough Auger Bit Installation, but Good Riser Block and Feed Handle / Rockler How-to

    …chisel travel from 5" to 7-1â 2", a tool holder and four chisels. Setting up and using this machine left me with some mixed reactions, however. All mortisers have a hold-down mounted over the fence to keep workpieces from lifting when withdrawing the chisel. Craftsman's stayed put, but it requires…

  23. A Shop-Made Router Table: Part I / Rockler How-to

    A Shop-Made Router Table: Part I / Rockler How-to

    …for the router and miter slot. I will be using a mechanical lift for the router, but the process is the same for a standard plate as well. I attached the plate template where needed and used a small pattern bit to cut the channel for the lift to sit in according to the instructions on the template,…

  24. A Shaper or a Router - Which is Best for Your Shop? / Rockler How-to

    A Shaper or a Router - Which is Best for Your Shop? / Rockler How-to

    …to the gentleman making the garage door panels. If you are good and safe with a table saw you can do the job on a table saw. Set your fence at your limit of cut (in other words at the 2 1/4 limit and make your first cut on all of the doors. After all doors have been cut at the 2 1/4 limit you…

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