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  1. Edge Trimming with a Router / Rockler How-to

    Edge Trimming with a Router / Rockler How-to

    …size edge forming bit you’d ever want to put in a handheld router, simply by changing the twist-in One Plate inserts. Edge Trimming Router Bits The router bit you use for edge trimming can make a huge difference in the quality of the final cut. By using a shear or spiral bit, you can virtually…

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

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

    …You can build completely from scratch; buy a router table package ready to work, or anything in between! You can make those parts you wish to and buy others. Pretty much every part is now available for sale. This huge pool of options can be a bit daunting to wade into, so for the next several…

  3. The Rockler Deluxe Router Fence / Rockler How-to

    The Rockler Deluxe Router Fence / Rockler How-to

    …the Rockler deluxe fence is cutting raised panels with a vertical raised panel bit. As many woodworkers have come to agree, vertical raised panel router bits are a safer, less power-hungry alternative to horizontal bits for profiling rectangular raised panels. But on the down side, the procedure can…

  4. The Rockler Portable Router Table - Full Sized Features in a Pint Sized Package / Rockler How-to

    The Rockler Portable Router Table - Full Sized Features in a Pint Sized Package / Rockler How-to

    …adjustable fence faces, which allow quick router bit clearance adjustments, and feature a T-slot for accessories. Unlike many bench top router tables, the Rockler Portable Router Table uses an easy-in / easy-out solid ¼" aluminum router plate to make the router to table connection. At 8" wide x 11"…

  5. Great Deals on Porter Cable and Delta Continues / Rockler How-to

    Great Deals on Porter Cable and Delta Continues / Rockler How-to

    …for drawer box joinery. We mean everything: a 1-3/4 hp Porter Cable router, the Dovetail Jig, and Dovetail bits. The combo has features that put it in league with a router and dovetail set up costing more than twice as much. The router is virtually designed for the purpose of cutting dovetail joints…

  6. Getting Dadoes and Plywood Thickness to Match / Rockler How-to

    Getting Dadoes and Plywood Thickness to Match / Rockler How-to

    …do you get your dados to match the actual thickness of common sheet materials? Using “undersized” plywood router bits is one of the simplest routes. Undersized router bits come in odd sizes that reflect the usual actual thickness of a standard sheet of hardwood veneered plywood, the most…

  7. Turning Screwdrivers in the Zone / Rockler How-to

    Turning Screwdrivers in the Zone / Rockler How-to

    …are just two of the many finished examples to be seen there: And did the instructors turn a few themselves? Jim laughs that he might have gone a bit overboard (see his fabulous set of screwdriver samples below!) but he wants everyone to know that they make excellent Christmas presents! Jim says,…

  8. Woodworking Gift Ideas / Rockler How-to

    Woodworking Gift Ideas / Rockler How-to

    …price, Rockler Complete Dovetail Jig comes with everything you need (except a router and wood) to start making perfect dovetails. You get the jig, two templates, the necessary guide bushing, the three router bit you need for both half-blind and through dovetails and a detailed set of instructions.…

  9. The Rockler Dovetail Jig - Beyond the Basics / Rockler How-to

    The Rockler Dovetail Jig - Beyond the Basics / Rockler How-to

    …jig, a guide bushing that attaches to your router base plate and guides the router through the cut, the three router bits necessary to get started, and a collet adapter that fits 8mm diameter bits into a standard 1/2" router collet. (A note on the bits: they're are a non-standard size because an…

  10. Five Last Minute Holiday Deals / Rockler How-to

    Five Last Minute Holiday Deals / Rockler How-to

    …spade bit or a hole saw - neither of which are especially well known for producing the smooth, crisp-edged holes that exacting woodwork projects call for. In the end, they're really the only bit suitable for a variety of woodworking tasks. In the world of woodworking tools, Forstner bits are an…

  11. Doweling vs. Biscuit Joints / Rockler How-to

    Doweling vs. Biscuit Joints / Rockler How-to

    …Doweling also makes for a stronger joint, and if you own a drill, it's less of an initial investment: You just need a doweling jig and a few drill bits. Either one will give you a reliable and reasonably quick method of reinforcing a variety of joints, and the more joinery tools and skills you have…

  12. Gift Ideas - Marking and Measuring Tools / Rockler How-to

    Gift Ideas - Marking and Measuring Tools / Rockler How-to

    …We can't, but can make an educated guess or two. A surprising number of woodworkers amass a sophisticated collection of power tools, clamps, router bits, specialized jigs, and all manner of hand tools designed to saw, plane, abrade, join and otherwise transform pieces of wood. And yet they measure…

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

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

    …priced. The radial arm saw can be a lot more flexible if you add sanding accessories or chucks for shaping. In terms of safety, they can be a bit more tricky. The blade is coming at you and is climbing the wood, so there's a lot of momentum between the blade and arm toward the person using…

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