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  1. How Lumber Prices are Calculated / Rockler How-to

    How Lumber Prices are Calculated / Rockler How-to

    width, and then sold at a price per inch for sizes ranging from 6 to 60 inches. "Random-width lumber" is not cut to a specific width before it is sold. As the name implies, the width of boards sold as random-width lumber varies. Woodworkers who buy random-width lumber cut the lumber to width

  2. Choosing a Random-orbit Sander for Your Workshop / Rockler How-to

    Choosing a Random-orbit Sander for Your Workshop / Rockler How-to

    …of them. Check out how easily (or not) your fingers can wrap around the machine and reach the On/Off switch. There was very little variation in the width of the handgrip on the machines in this test. However, there was variation in the "neck" size under the handgrip where your fingers wrap. Although…

  3. Sugar Maple Wood in Birds-eye and Flame Patterns Difficult to Work but Beautiful / Rockler How-to

    Sugar Maple Wood in Birds-eye and Flame Patterns Difficult to Work but Beautiful / Rockler How-to

    lumber. It was one of the common species of lumber from which carcass work was built in my dad's cabinet shop. As such, we would order in large quantities in the rough, in random widths and lengths, and the low guy on the cabinet shop's totem pole (the owner's kid) would need to surface the lumber

  4. SketchList 3D: Design Like a Pro in No Time! / Rockler How-to

    SketchList 3D: Design Like a Pro in No Time! / Rockler How-to

    …that I'm considering my next project I can't see doing it on paper anymore. The cut list is great for plywood or fixed sizes, when using rough lumber, random length/width you have to work out the details yourself. You can create any size stock you wish (pro version), but it doesn't do any good after…

  5. Modular Bookcase and Entertainment Center Project / Rockler How-to

    Modular Bookcase and Entertainment Center Project / Rockler How-to

    …cured, I returned to my table saw and squared up the edges of the long blanks. With the second slice of the process, I ripped them to their final width. Then I used my power miter saw to crosscut the shelves and uprights (pieces 1 and 2) and even the TV shelf (pieces 3 and 4) to length. I cannot…

  6. Envelope Card Table Project / Rockler How-to

    Envelope Card Table Project / Rockler How-to

    …stringing to have a tight fit, once you are happy with how it looks glue the stringing in place. Obviously, these grooves must be carefully cut to the width and thickness of the stringing to look good. While this process does take time, it really lifts this project to the next level. Once the glue…

  7. Occasional Table Project / Rockler How-to

    Occasional Table Project / Rockler How-to

    …on how you plan to use it â beside a chair, couch, bed or otherwise. I'd be wary of making the height more than about one and a half times the width. A 16" x 16" table, for example, should not be more than 23 to 24 inches high. The placement of the lower shelf depends on what you plan to keep on…

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