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What brand of table saw do you own?
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Come in to one of our retail stores now to get a firsthand look at the Triton line of tools. You can check out the Triton WorkCentre which is a portable, modular work station that accepts contractor table saw and router table inserts. This display is in our Beaverton, OR store. http://ow.ly/qJK830aadUu
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Tim E. built this murphy desk that's perfect for small spaces. He used Georgian cherry gel stain to finish it.
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Come in to one of our retail stores now through March 31st to get a firsthand look at the Triton line of tools. Their unique and innovative tools will help you bring your DIY and woodworking projects to the next level! This display is in our Beaverton, OR store. http://ow.ly/tyfv30a0FWG
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Laser, multi tool, circular saw, and pencil all got eliminated in the first round. Vote for your favorite tool for your chance to win a $100 gift card. Vote here: http://woobox.com/r2qh87
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Stop by our Pasadena store tomorrow, 3/18 for our Make It in March Woodworking Show! We’re committed to bringing the traveling show experience back to woodworkers and DIYers in Los Angeles and the San Gabriel Valley, and we make it better than ever by making it Free: parking, how-to demos, refreshments and free hands-on skill-building projects. This is an event not to be missed!
New this year, we’ve added an Instant Woodworking Gallery & Competition. Bring in your completed woodworking project and display it in our one-day gallery to compete for your share in over $300 in prizes! (Phone the store at (626) 356-9663 for full details.)
Free How-To Demonstrations:
9:45 AM – Make Your Own Cabinets I: Planning & Face Frames w/ Kreg Jig
11:00 AM - Make Your Own Cabinets II: Box Construction w/ SawStop Tablesaw
12:15 PM - Make Your Own Cabinets III: Frame & Raised Panel Doors
1:30 PM - Make Your Own Cabinets IV: Making Drawers w/ Rockler Dovetail Jig
2:45 PM - Make Your Own Cabinets V: Choosing & Installing Hardware
4:00 PM - Make Your Own Cabinets VI: Finishing w/ Rockler HVLP Finish Sprayer
Free Hands-On Projects:
7 AM to 4 PM – Turn a Pen with Pete Carta (15 minutes)
7 AM to 4 PM – Make Natural “Log” Bookends, with Jeanette Gonzales (20 minutes)
Please contact the store at (626) 356-9663 for more details.
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Members of the Milwaukee Scroll Saw Club created all of these pieces that were on display at their last meeting. The club meets at our Milwaukee store the third Saturday of each month at 9 am. Stop by on 3/18 if you're interested in joining. #woodworking #woodworker #woodwork #DIY #diyproject #doityourself #wood #wooden #woodshop
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Here's a clever tip from Woodworker's Journal reader Michael Gaule. If your workbench doesn’t have a vise, here’s a simple jig that can take its place for holding workpieces on-edge. Start with a piece of 3/4″ scrap MDF or plywood, measuring 14″ x 36″. Crosscut it into two 18″-long pieces. Use one for the jig’s base. Rip a 2″-wide strip off the other piece, and glue and screw it along the edge of the base to create a fixed fence. Take the remaining rectangle and rip it diagonally, a couple of inches in from the opposite corners, to form two matching trapezoidal “wedges.” Tip your saw blade to 30° when making this diagonal bevel cut. Now attach the trapezoid with the outward-facing beveled edge to the opposite edge of the base.
To use the jig, clamp it to your bench. Set a workpiece against the narrow fence and tap the loose wedge against the fixed one to lock things in place. To unclamp, just tap the other end of the wedge to release it.
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How big is your scrap pile?
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