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  1. Install Cabinet Knobs and Pulls with JIG-It Pro Drilling Guide

    drilling pilot holes for cabinet hardware

    Installing handles, knobs and pulls on doors and drawers is not only a functional addition to your cabinets or furniture projects. They’re also a great way to add an another design feature. It’s amazing how much different styles of knobs or pulls can change the look of a cabinet. The popular Rockler Drawer Pull JIG IT® Template and Center Punch and new Rockler Jig-It Knob and Pull Pro Drilling Guide make it fast and easy to install cabinet hardware.

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  2. Rolling Library Ladder Kits

    library ladder kits

    Build your own customized rolling ladder system! The Rockler Classic Rolling Library Ladder Kits include all the hardware you need to build a safe and sturdy rolling library ladder. Safely reach the highest shelves in your library, wine cellar, workshop or other out-of-reach spaces while adding a classic look to your home.

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  3. Wireless Speaker Kits

    The Rockler Single Wireless Speaker Kit and Rockler Stereo Speaker Kit make it easy to turn any enclosure into a wireless speaker that will connect to any Bluetooth device.

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  4. Shut the Box Game Project Plan

    shut the box game

    Shut the box is a traditional pub game, also called Canoga. The game requires a box with tiles numbers 1 to 9. Dice are thrown and the numbers are covered until all the numbers are gone or the players run out of turns. Making the box for your Shut the Box game is a fun project and a great way to show off your woodworking skills. This Shut the Box game box design features box joints. One of the best and easiest ways to form box joints is by using a router table and theRockler Box Joint Jig . This Shut the Box Game free project plan plan includes a complete list of materials, drawings and step-by-step instructions.

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  5. Entryway Storage Cabinet Project

    entryway storage cabinet project

    How to build an entryway storage cabinet for shoes, coats and other outdoor gear.

    When this house was built almost 100 years ago, people didn’t have as much stuff as we do today - definitely not as many pairs of shoes. Therefore many older houses don’t have very big closets. This prompted me to build a storage cabinet in the entry area near our front door.
    I decided to devote the whole wall to storage. I measured the dimensions of the wall and started planning. The design would have to be deep enough to accommodate shoes up to men’s size 12, leave access to the existing floor vent and wall-mounted thermostat. You can see from the before picture that we also needed room for hanging jackets and places for other outdoor accessories. We also included a bench where you can put your shoes on.

    Project designed and built by Kim McNeelan.

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  6. Project: Updated Miter Saw Station

    Miter saw station with storage and dust collection

    A dedicated miter saw station improves the performance of the saw and makes it much more convenient to use. This is not your typical miter saw stand.

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  7. Standing Desk Project Plan

    Sarah Listi next to standing desk

    I designed this tall table with easy workflow in mind. At 30" wide and 78"' long, its top is spacious, wherever you decide to put it to work — in your home office, as an airy kitchen island or whatever you decide. This tall table with geometric accents could easily serve as a large standing desk or a minimalist kitchen island. I wanted to incorporate some interesting geometry into my design, and hexagonal shapes appeal to me, but I also wanted to keep the project easy to build. Rockler’s Beadlock® loose tenon joinery was just the solution I needed. The Beadlock drilling jig makes it possible to assemble the mitered corners of the captured hexagons, as well as most of the other butt joints in this table build.

    Project design and plan by Sarah Listi from Tool Girl's Garage.

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  8. Project: Router Bit Cabinet with Pull-out Shelves

    Router bit cabinet with pull-out storage shelves

    With this cabinet located in plain sight on the wall, you can corral all your bits into one place, near your router table.

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