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  1. Rolling Clamp Rack Stores Your Clamps and More

    pack rack clamp storage cart

    Rolling clamps around your shop is just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to uses for the Rockler® Pack Rack® Plus. With vast amounts of interior space and a few simple add-ons, it also accommodates a huge variety of tools and supplies. Best of all, it smoothly rolls wherever you need it most, keeping everything you need close at hand and neatly organized.

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  2. Making Signs with New Script Fonts and Emojis

    router template sign making examples

    Learn how to make custom signs with the Rockler Interlock Signmaker's Template Kits. The comic sans and state park kits have been favorites for several years. Now you can also create signs with our new Script Font Kit and Emoji Templates Kit.

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  3. Getting Started in Pen Turning

    two wood pens

    Learn to turn a pen from start to finish. This is a fun and fast project for beginning and experienced woodturners. We offer hundreds of pen kits and wood or acrylic pen blanks that you can mix and match to create a nearly endless variety of pens. And, you don't need a shop full of woodworking tools to get started. All you need is a small lathe , a drill and a few turning tools .This is the perfect project to get started in woodturning and be creative.

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  4. 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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  5. Simple Serving Tray Plan - Get Started in Woodworking

    wiping finish on serving tray

    How do you get started with the hobby of woodworking? Of course, it would be impossible to fully explain how to get started in woodworking in just one short video … so in today's Rockler demo we will address a few of the most common concerns that folks raise when they are considering trying out woodworking.
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  6. Choosing the Best Router Circle Cutting Jig

    rockler circle cutting jigs

    The easiest and most accurate way to cut a circle might be by using a router and a circle cutting jig. The jig acts as a compass mounted on your router. You secure the center and then position the router so that the bit is located at the radius of the circle you want to cut. You can make a simple version out of plywood, but if you want the versatility to easily cut different size circles, then we recommend one of the Rockler circle cutting jigs. We make 5 jig kit options that look pretty similar, so which one do you choose?

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  7. Don't Make These 7 Epoxy Project Mistakes

    man with epoxy mess in workshop

    In this Rockler demo we’re going to share 7 of the most common mistakes you can make when working on a project that include pouring epoxy. Working with epoxy resin pours isn’t difficult, but there is a little bit of a learning curve and epoxy is not an inexpensive material. Avoiding these mistakes will make your projects more successful and could save your money. We've also created an epoxy buying guide that will help you choose the right epoxy for your project.

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  8. How to Make Perfect Dowel Joints

    Rockler Doweling Jig and Dowel Joint

    In this Rockler demonstration we'll show you how to make perfect fitting dowel joints. Using dowels is a strong way to reinforce butt joints when making furniture. The newly updated Rockler Doweling Jig Kit with Bit and Stop Collar doweling jigs gives you a strong joint with perfectly flush faces, every time. That's thanks to two stops that let you reference off of the end or edge of your stock for perfect alignment. The stops also allow easy repeatability when batching parts, and dovetailed ways make it easy to slide the stop out of the way when it's not needed. A depth scale is molded into the back of the jig to make setting the drilling depth dead simple. Each jig includes a corresponding drill bit and stop collar. Just clamp it in place, drill and you're done! Let’s get started!

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