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Versatile drill bits you need in your shop.
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Take the mystery out of making picture-perfect miter cuts on the table saw.
Find out how to put these simple, inexpensive router accessories to work for you.
The ebonized legs of this table provide a striking contrast to the maple top, shelf, and drawer.
Page 54: Piece E and Piece G dmensions
Piece E Side Panels – should be 3/4 x 4 – 6 3/4, not 3/4 x 4 – 6 3/8 as originally printed. Piece G Drawer Guides should be 1/2 x 1/2 – 6 3/8, not 1/2 x 1/2 – 6 1/2 as originally printed.
This poker chip case is unlike any other -- it features solid-brass hardware, a burl veneer top, and felt-lined chip trays.
With a felt top, chip compartments, and built-in drink coasters, this poker table is a sure bet.
Page 35: Ilustration
The drawing shows a router with a "1/4" Roman ogee bit." That callout should read "1/4" ogee fillet bit."
Page 35: Caption
The caption says to use a Roman ogee bit, but it should say to use an ogee fillet bit.
Page 51: Two Rockler Part Numbers
Rockler changed the part numbers of two parts sourced for the original article. The Pedestal Base part number is now 28260 (old number 30283), and the Leg Set part number is now 28030 (old number 37217). Note, the profile on these legs is similar, but not exactly the same as the original part number.
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