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Plastic Table Pins (8 per pack)
Plastic Table Pins (8 per pack) Item #28548
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$2.99 Pack
Wood Table Pins (8 per pack)
Wood Table Pins (8 per pack) Item #21253
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$3.99 Pack
Brass Table Pins (8 per pack)
Brass Table Pins (8 per pack) Item #32334
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$15.99 Pack

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Align tops with Table Pins. Hold table leaves or halves in perfect alignment.

(8) Table Pins
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Weight 1.0000
Tech Spec
  • Brass pins are 5/16" diameter
  • Wood and plastic pins measure 3/8" in diameter x 1-1/4"
Hardware Type Pins
4.6 / 5.0
80 Reviews
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3/8" wood pins
the wood table pins were nice and smooth, did not need extra sanding.
November 27, 2019
Woodworking Experience:
Wood Table Pins
Bought these wood table pins to replace 40 year old plastic pins on a large dinning room table that had disintegrated. The hardest part of the process was digging out the old plastic pins. The new wooden pins fit snug and gave the 40 year old table it's original stability.
December 12, 2018
1 year ago
Woodworking Experience:
Perfect fit. Worked well when replacing the old ones
January 30, 2018
over 2 years ago
Woodworking Experience:
Plastic Table leaf alignment pins
These plastic table pins were an exact match for a customers existing table leaf. I needed to make 4 more leaves to match existing one.
They are well made as far as plastic pins go and worked well.
Table leaves using Rockler's Table Pins
Table leaves using Rockler's Table Pins
December 21, 2017
over 2 years ago
Woodworking Experience:
perfect fit replacement
I needed to replace some table pins on our 60's vintage dining table and leaves. These pins were the perfect replacement.
July 22, 2017
over 3 years ago
Woodworking Experience:
Brass table pins
These were the exact table pins I needed for my Shaker table. Now I can use my table. Delivery was prompt.
July 18, 2017
over 3 years ago
I have not received yet. The Post Office returned the original shipment. I called customer service and a great experience in dealing with them. The Rep said that they would send another set out
June 7, 2017
over 3 years ago
Simple instalation
May 7, 2017
over 3 years ago
Woodworking Experience:
Exactly what I ordered
Product as promised and arrived quickly. I would use Rockler again and would recommend it.
February 4, 2017
over 3 years ago
for years I looked every where for these. I go to you website and voila there they are. Thanks, they are exactly what I needed
January 17, 2017
over 3 years ago
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Why did you choose this?
Rockler Store
Matched the two that had broken off
Leonard R on Aug 20, 2018
Looks exactly like the other ones in the table leaf, so I am expecting this will work out nicely.
P C on Aug 13, 2018
Matched the two that had broken off
Leonard R on Aug 20, 2018
this is the only place i could find them, and i had ordered before with them.
Barbara T on Aug 16, 2018
Looks exactly like the other ones in the table leaf, so I am expecting this will work out nicely.
P C on Aug 13, 2018
to algin leafs for table.
Charles B on Aug 9, 2018
want brass over plastic or wood
Peter R on Jun 29, 2018
i chose brass because the application in which the pins will be used will see frequent opening and closing.
Douglas O on Jun 27, 2018
They look like what I already have in my table. I am doing a repair
nancy s on Jun 8, 2018
I’ve had a broken pin in my leaf for 10 years or more. Happy to find that these are available.
Sean O on Jun 7, 2018
prefer brass over wood or plastic
gregory c on May 14, 2018
replacing broken ones
Gene C on May 2, 2018
Making a new table, needed guide pins.
James S on Apr 28, 2018
to replace broken pins in my table and to have some on hand for future.
john w on Apr 25, 2018
needed for a project
R O on Apr 22, 2018
They look easy enough to use and install
Anthony L on Apr 18, 2018
Less likely to expand and contract with changes in temperature and humidity.
William G on Apr 17, 2018
No,I ordered wood pins.
Mark z on Apr 17, 2018
Rebuilding an old oak table. Table done, next come the leaves.
Jerry M on Apr 8, 2018
I have need to replace the ones on our dining room table. <br /><br />Thank you.
Manuel P on Apr 8, 2018
To repair table leaf, replace pins.
RICHARD K on Apr 2, 2018
to align two halves of a table top
Richard S on Apr 2, 2018
need for leaves
FLOYD R on Mar 28, 2018
Need to complete project
Joseph C on Mar 27, 2018
Old pins broke off. These pins appear to match the originals.
Thomas M on Mar 25, 2018
I have used these before and have been pleased with the quality I received
steve g on Mar 12, 2018
replacing broken plastic dowel pins.
Peter K on Jan 27, 2018
Duh! Because I need them. Maybe you need to be more specific.
Dennis D M on Jan 12, 2018
Perfect replacement size!
David P on Jan 8, 2018
Wood, pre formed
Richard F on Dec 30, 2017
Replace missing pins in a dining-room table.
James L on Dec 26, 2017
replace old ones. and I find they are better than wood
william J. C on Nov 18, 2017
Match what I currently have. Just adding a table leaf.
Timothy A on Nov 13, 2017
building a table
Peter R on Nov 12, 2017
replacement on table repairing
Mouse on Nov 11, 2017
Ann B on Nov 9, 2017
I plan to build a third table leaf
Milton C on Nov 8, 2017
Best table pin on the market!
Daniel R on Nov 6, 2017
Needed to repair leaf on table. Looks like an easy repair.
AL B on Sep 30, 2017
One is missing on the antique table I am restoring.
JoAnn W on Sep 25, 2017
miss pins close to what's in the table
Kellie G on Aug 22, 2017
Wood because plastic not available and really need
Betty R on Jul 26, 2017
building a cherry table
Russell M on Jul 13, 2017
THOMAS J on Jul 12, 2017
This is the type of pin I need for my shaker table leafs.
Rebecca J on Jun 26, 2017
Complete the sewing machine cabinet build IFS-#1013A
Patrick J on Jun 19, 2017
closest to original, inexpensive
Woodman F on May 24, 2017
to fix a table
Richard S on May 21, 2017
they match the hinges
Daniel I on May 4, 2017
table leaves
charlie z on Apr 26, 2017
To align leaves in table
Russell J on Mar 28, 2017
Allows me to easily modify if necessary
James S on Mar 21, 2017
this is the only place i could find them, and i had ordered before with them.
Barbara T on Aug 16, 2018
to algin leafs for table.
Charles B on Aug 9, 2018
I am going to need some of these but it will be a while before I can get to a Rockler store or receive them if I order them on line. Can anyone tell me exactly what size hole I need to drill? While I am waiting to get them I can go ahead and drill the holes.
Andrew on Feb 4, 2016
A shopper on Apr 23, 2015
BEST ANSWER: I didn't have that problem, but I would do the following:
If it is a hollow plastic pin, screw a sheetrock screw into it a little way and then pull it out with pliers.
If it is a wood pin, drill a hole in it first and then do the same process. Good luck.
Would these brass table pins be strong enough to attach table legs to table top?
Bill C on Jan 7, 2016
BEST ANSWER: I would not recommend it considering they are made to align table leaves and not stay fastened to one another. One strong bump and your table is in pieces.
What kind of glue do you use with the brass pins?
Nicholas B on Dec 5, 2019
BEST ANSWER: Wood glue works fine. The pins are grooved on the sides - glue gets in the grooves and holds in the wood really well.
Fred @ Custom Sewing Cabinets
Which material should I choose for an extension table I'm making?
KATHY A on Sep 4, 2019
BEST ANSWER: That depends on the look you want. Or are you trying to match it to some other wood? Hard to answer this without more information.
Wood table pins won't let table go all the way together. Should I force the table together with bar clamps?
Dennis on Apr 25, 2017
BEST ANSWER: NO!! Make sure the pins are well aligned with holes first. If not you can re-drill holes slightly larger.Alternately
you can slightly sand the pins to let them slip into the holes. Good Luck !!
How can I measure the width and depth of a hole that is already drilled?
Linda L on Apr 6, 2017
BEST ANSWER: I suggest using a set of drill bits as gauges.
1. Hole depth: Insert a bit that is smaller than the hole until it bottoms out and measure the depth to the surface.
2. Hole diameter: Insert progressively larger bits until you find the one that fits snugly. That's it. You're done.
I am looking for a octagon type kitchen table plans with two center posts. Would you or anybody you know have some direction for me? If it had a hardware list also that would be great. It would be a long octagonal table. Thank you,.
John M on May 14, 2016
BEST ANSWER: I chose the pins that I ordered to replace two broken pins in my solid cherry dining room table. Hardest part was to get the stubs of the old pins extracted.
What is the term"land"when installing alignment pins in table leaves?
David F on Oct 23, 2019
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