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  1. Dust Right 750 CFM Mobile Dust Collector

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    The Dust Right 750 CFM Mobile Dust Collector rides on smooth-rolling casters to service all the power tools in most small shops. It features a large wire basket in the base for neatly storing your hose and nozzles, and mounting holes in the frame let you hang various Dust Right® accessories. This way, as you roll it around your shop, you'll always have the accessories you need close at hand. The dust collector comes standard with a high-quality 1-micron canister filter, which further contributes toward cleaner air in the shop. The crank-style agitator makes it easy to clean the filter—just rotate a few times to knock the dust off the sides. Plus, emptying the collector bag couldn't be easier, thanks to the convenient snap band ring. 750 CFM promises excellent suction for most any power tool.

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  2. Contractor Table Saws vs Cabinet Table Saws

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    The table saw is the heart of most woodworking shops. When looking at stationary table saw, the choice most often is between a contractor saw or cabinet saw. Take a closer look at the differences and similarities you'll find on a cabinet table saw and a contractor table saw. In this case, we use the SawStop Contractor Saw and SawStop Pro Cabinet Saw as our examples of each category of table saw. The saw you choose will depend on the work you need to do with your table saw.

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  3. Four Reasons You Need a Table Saw Crosscut Sled

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    Every table saw comes with a miter gauge, and they’re made for making crosscuts and angled cuts. So why do you need a crosscut sled ? There are four good reasons why a crosscut sled can improve your safety and accuracy at the table saw. Chris Marshall will demonstrate all four in this video. So, whether you’re crosscutting big stock or little tiny workpieces, or making repetitive cuts or angled cuts. A crosscut sled can improve your safety and accuracy at the table saw.

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  4. Making Projects with a Router and Signmaker's Template Kits

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    Making signs is a fun project home or even as a business. It’s also a great gift idea. And there are a ton of applications such as address signs for homes, cabins, or businesses, signs for your workshop, for kid’s rooms, or to label public spaces. The Rockler Signmaker’s Template Kits are easy. The thing that makes using these templates so easy, is our Signmaking Wizard. You simply type in up to 20 characters of text and the wizard gives you the combination of templates you need to make your sign. And you can make more than just signs, we recently made these clocks with the 2-1/2” State Park Kit.

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  5. How Do You Use Your Bandy Clamps?

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    Rockler introduced the innovative Bandy Clamp more than five years ago. It was originally designed as a solution for clamping edge banding. The rubber band strap connected between the no-slip clamp pads puts pressure on the edge of your work piece - the deeper you set it, the tighter the pressure. There’s no doubt, it’s a perfect solution for edge banding, but we’re amazed by the number of other uses you’ve come up with for these clamps. So today we’re taking a fun nostalgic look back at the clever, cool and crazy life of the Bandy Clamp .

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  6. How to Install Floating Shelf Hardware

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    Floating Shelves are shelves supported by concealed supports, making it look like the shelf is floating. They are a great way to add practical storage and a clean, modern accent to any room. In this demonstration video, you'll learn how to install concealed brackets to support floating shelves.

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  7. Build a Live-Edge Slab Table

    live-edge slab table with metal legs

    Modern-style live edge table with metal legs like this one have exploded in popularity in the past few years. If you’ve ever shopped for one of these tables you might have been hit with sticker shock. And the prospect of building one of these tables might seem out of reach because the slabs alone can be tough to find and most of us don’t have the equipment to mill our own slabs. Also, welded metal legs aren’t something you can find at every corner hardware store. We've found an easier way to build a live-edge slab table.

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  8. Making a Clock with the NextWave SD100 CNC

    wood modern clock with white circles for numbers

    Are you considering getting started in the world of CNC projects? In this demo, we'll show you how the new affordable Shark SD100 from Next Wave Automation works. And, we'll make a nifty Mid Century Modern clock in the mix.

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