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  1. Rockler Rock-Steady Folding Steel Stand

    Rockler rock-steady folding worktable stand

    Here's a way to create a rugged yet ready-to-travel full-size router table — or any other shop table you need.

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  2. Dust Right 750 CFM Mobile Dust Collector

    dust right 750 dust collector

    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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  3. Rockler Portable Drill Guide and Self-Centering Drill Vise

    Side view of the Rockler portable drill guide

    Two new accessories from Rockler can add portable precision to your drilling operations.

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  4. Bench Chisel Basics

    Bench chisel making a cut on a tenon

    For most of the history of woodworking, if you were going to make two of the three main woodworking joints (mortise-and-tenon and dovetail), it would have been impossible to do so without a chisel.

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  5. Contractor Table Saws vs Cabinet Table Saws

    man standing between two table saws

    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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  6. How To Get the Most From Your Thickness Planer

    Jet JPW-13BT Benchtop  Planer

    Benchtop planers are an extremely useful tool for any workshop. The perform one of the most important tasks in woodworking — smoothing lumber and machining stock to a specific thickness. The Jet JWP-13BT Benchtop Planer with Helical Style Head is featured in this video.

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  7. Laguna Fusion F2 Table Saw

    Quick look at the Laguna Fusion F2 Table Saw

    Laguna brings a feature-rich hybrid saw to market at a compelling price.

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  8. A Quick Look at the SawStop Model JSS Jobsite Saw

    Sawstop jobsite saw withe features

    Now, the company’s blade brake technology can protect end users wherever they need to cut wood — in the workshop, on the jobsite or out in the yard.

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