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Straddle1

After a four year hiatus, our handy Saddle T-Squares are once again available in four sizes in either Imperial or metric scales. These are precision-machined marvels unlike any other squares.

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Jet1221

There’s a new turner in town at Woodcraft.  Jet’s NEW 1221VS Lathe!

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Japan Woodworker has added high quality Silky garden saws to its Japanese hand tool product line to give customers a variety of dependable choices for their gardening and outdoor cutting projects.

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Apollo HVLP-Woodcraft Partnership Includes Educational Focus

Understanding how a tool works is the key to ensuring its optimum performance. With that in mind, Apollo HVLP International, Inc., included an educational component in its new relationship with Woodcraft Supply, LLC.

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Delvesquare1

Woodpeckers DelVe Square, now at Woodcraft, Item #132231, was developed over the years by North Carolina woodworker Tom DelVecchio.  He continually improved and added more functionality to his shop-made versions until it became the patent pending design marvel it is today.  Beginning with prototypes from a western Pennsylvania etching machinist, early designs were two part construction in one flat plane.  His initial idea was to have a tool similar to a speed square that was not cumbersome on small part usage. 

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Jessem

Woodcraft has added a brand-new safety accessory for the table saw, made by the Canadian-based JessEm® Tool Company, to its line of products.  Clear-Cut TS™ Precision Stock Guides for Table Saws are the ultimate hold-down on the table saw.  Multiple featherboards are required to simultaneously hold down and guide material accurately against a table saw fence.

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Cuttingboards4

Designing and creating cutting boards have never been so easy.  In addition to offering conventional square cutting board designs and products, Woodcraft has added new contoured design templates for you to make special shape boards for any occasion.  This is an idea that came from the heart of our Woodcraft product design guys, George Snyder and Ben Bice.  When they’re not at their desks, they can always be found in the woodshop, coming up with new innovative and fun ideas for you to make in your woodshop.  On top of that, they spend whatever spare time they have teaching and helping all of us at Woodcraft.

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New MT Doweling Jig.  First, we must thank our many customers who insisted that Woodpeckers develop a doweling jig based on the popular MT Center Gauge.Woodpeckers OTT – MT Doweling Jig with Case

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Historyofsawtooth1

Woodworking and basic furniture creation is as old as time itself.  From Egyptian times to Europe and England, woodworking has been a fascination to many generations.  The art of traditional cabinet making began in the mid to late 18th century with Thomas Chippendale,  Thomas Sheraton and George Hepplewhite, who were recognized as the three leaders in their artisan field as authors of furniture pattern books.  Their crafted knowledge was learned through family trades and apprenticeship education and their work became known as the finest age of  English furniture.  As the demand for more handcrafted furniture increased, traditional cabinet shops grew in number.

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Meters

Product development manager, George Snyder and blogger Frank Byers take a look at moisture meters with some in-depth information to consider when purchasing these types of pin, pinless, combination of both combined and scanner type meters.

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