Item No.ABC255563/4’2’1/2’A fantastic value on high quality router bits. These bits are competitively priced while offering high performance and long life. Quality performance features include: K10 and K20 grade carbide for clean cutting action. Final sharpening with 600 – 800 grit diamond wheels.Precision balanced for smooth operation. Baked-on anti-stick coating to reduce pitch and resin buildup. If you are not 100% satisfied with these bits, send them back for a refund. Router Safety Tips: It’s easy to prevent mishaps if you take a few simple precautions.1) Rockler recommends using 1/2′ shank router bits whenever possible. 1/2′ shanks provide better stability with less vibration to produce a smoother cut and longer cutter life. 2) Make multiple light passes rather than one heavy cut. 3) Install your router bit so that 90% of the shank is inside the collet. Here’s a rule of thumb: fully insert the bit, then pull it back 1/16 to 1/8 of an inch. 4) Use a router table whenever possible. 5) When using large diameter bits, reduce the RPM of your router. Then test your set-up on scrap lumber. 6) Always follow your router manufacturer’s recommendations.
List Price: $ 44.99
Price: $ 44.99
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Question by younglady215: How do i make shoji screen doors?
I am getting thin wood to make the frame but how should i secure the material since staples would be to big? I am not making the frame as intricate as some so I don’t think that glue would be enough. Thank you!
Answer by woodbutcher
You need to define “thin wood” as that is a bit vague. However, generally speaking, most frames are made of 1/2″ to 3/4″ thick wood.
The easiest way to make the frame is to use half-lap joints at the corners with glue and brads or screws. Depending on the size and weight of the frames, you can use no-mortise hinges which makes hinging them together easier.
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