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Woodworking Math Tables, Formulas and Calculators - Part III / Rockler How-to

Woodworking Math Tables, Formulas and Calculators - Part III - On the page you'll find formulae for calculating the dimensions and angles necessary to build multi-sided shapes and tables containing dimensions and angles for common sizes of polygons.

How to Create a Paint Booth in Your Garage

How to Create a Paint Booth in Your Garage. Painting on the ground is messy and tough on one's back, and painting outdoors can lead to debris caught in the paint's finish. This guide will walk you through creating your own paint booth for.

❧ How to cut large circles on the table saw Amazing technique that would work well for round table tops or bar stool seats. by shirley

❧ How to cut large circles on the table saw - Very cool technique, but I gotta say that this guy has some bad table saw habits. - check more on my website

Kreg Tool Tip: Working with Different Board Thicknesses | When joining boards of two different thicknesses edge-to-edge or end-to-edge, set your Kreg Jig® according to the thickness of the thinner board. The picture shows a ½"-thick board and ¾"-thick board that were joined with pocket holes. As you can see, the Kreg Jig® was set for ½"-thick material, the thinner board. We've also included a helpful chart that shows which Kreg Jig® setting and screw length to use based on material…

Kreg Tool Tip: Working with Different Board Thicknesses When joining boards of two different thicknesses edge-to-edge or end-to-edge, set your Kreg Jig® according to the thickness of the thinner board. The picture shows a ½"-thick board and ¾"-thick boa

Easily find the bit of the right size for the screw/dowel/nail etc………………………………. ***Instead of drilling a hole in the side, just take out the drill bit and check the size of the hole!!****

Easily find the bit of the right size for the screw/dowel/nail etc………………………………. ***Instead of drilling a hole in the side, just take out the drill bit and check the size of the hole!

A Perfect Film Of Glue | Article | Woodworking

Pull a threaded rod through the glue to get a perfect film of glue on the surface