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Keyhole slots are useful for hanging mirrors, picture frames and other items on a wall. But routing them requires an expensive bit and careful work with a plunge router. 

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Most work stands are designed to provide simple but solid infeed or outfeed support, or to help heavy stock slide past a blade or cutter. You can accomplish a lot with most one-trick ponies, but sooner or later, you’ll encounter a job where you wish you had the stability of a fixed top, or rollers to help maneuver long boards or heavy sheet goods. Where some woodworkers might resort to buying or building another support, PM-5093 owners have 3 options, for only about $10 more than single-headed competitors.

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A strong mortise-and-tenon joint requires cheeks that are flat, smooth, and parallel. Good tenons can be cut in many different ways, but it’s hard to beat the results you get with a well-made table saw tenoning jig. With its sliding base and micro-adjustable stop, cutting perfect cheeks with the WoodRiver jig is smooth and simple.

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One tough middleweight contender.

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Leigh may have developed the B975 for the apiary box-making community, but other woodworkers can reap the benefits too. 

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Nobody wants to be called dull, but that adjective is even more painful for a woodworker to hear. 

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You can’t bring your workshop to the jobsite. The next best thing is to bring a useful selection of tools.

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The final, precise steps to complete a woodworking project are often preceded by tasks that require aggressive cleaning, shaping, and sanding.

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I started scroll sawing in 1971 with a Delta machine that had a primitive spring mechanism on the top of the blade. Thankfully, things have come a long way.

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Cut perfect straight, angled, or mitered tenons on your table saw safely and easily with the WoodRiver® Deluxe Tenoning Jig.

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