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  1. Veneering: Skin-deep Beauty

    Macassar ebony wood flitch-cut veneer strips

    Veneering is a time-honored technique that has enhanced woodworking for centuries. Is it time for you to give it a try?

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  2. Silicone Glue Applicators and Project Mats

    silicone glue brushes

    The Rockler family of Silicone Glue Applicators and Project Mats are easy to clean without chemical solvents - even fully dried polyurethane glue cracks and peels right off the bristles - and re-using the brush is also friendly to the environment. When you're done with your glueup, just rinse with water, or simply set it aside, and the glue will easily flake off by the following day. 

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  3. Strong and Stable Sure-Foot Clamps

    sure-foot clamps

    The wide base on our acclaimed Sure-Foot family of clamps prevents the old "domino effect" so common with ordinary clamps.

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  4. How to Store Your Woodworking Clamps

    >man at workbench clamping a panel

    Let’s imagine for a moment that the old woodworking adage, “You can never have enough clamps,” isn’t true. If you really did have enough clamps, where would you put them all?

    Fortunately, that’s a problem none of us will have to worry about, but what about the clamps we do have? If you’re like me, even though you don’t have enough clamps, you do have quite a lot. And with a lot of clamps of varying sizes and types, the key to storing clamps is accessibility.

    Here are several clamp storage solutions.

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  5. Clamp-It Corner Jigs and Corner Clips Make Building Cabinets Easier

    clamp-it clamps

    One of the most important factors when assembling cabinets is to make sure the case pieces are square to each other. And, assembling cabinets can be a challenge when you're working alone. Learn how the Rockler Clamp-It Corner Jig and Corner Clips are like extra sets of hands that make it easier to assemble perpendicular cabinet and box corners. The Clamp-It system firmly holds panels at a precise right angle, freeing up your hands so you can drive fasteners.

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  6. Making Furniture with Beadlock Floating Tenons

    beadlock jig and tenons

    In this week's Rockler demo, you'll learn how the new Beadlock Pro Jig makes it easy to create floating tenons when you're building furniture. The Beadlock system creates incredibly strong, totally concealed joints with only your hand drill. Just pop the included drilling guide into the jig in the ''A'' position to locate the initial holes, then slide it to the ''B'' position to drill the overlapping holes.

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  7. Failing Flower Boxes?

    Planter box on the corner of a deck

    Why are these deck planters falling apart when they get outdoors?

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  8. Options for Breaking Edges?

    Routing the sharp edges of adirondack chair parts

    What is the best way to soften the sharp edges of a project?

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