PSI Woodworking DBGULP Big Gulp Dust Hood PSI Woodworking’s Big Gulp dust hood has a large 13-by-16-inch opening. It’s an ideal hood for miter saws, lathes, radial arm saws, carving, sanding, and planers without hoods. It’s lightweight and portable and has a tough ABS plastic construction. The 4-inch port to connects to any dust collection […]
Big Horn 18120 Router Plate Installation Kit. This kit is used to install our popular Big Horn No.18100 router plate into a shop made router table. It includes a Porter Cable style three piece guide bushing set especially designed to produce the stepped recess needed for a perfect fit every time. Features:Can be used in […]
The Big Horn 18100 is a Router Table Insert. The 9 x 12 x 3/8 Inch router table insert is used to accommodate heavier routers. It has snap out rings of 3-7/8 inch, 2-5/8 inch and 1-1/4 inch for various cutters and Porter Cable template guides. It features a shoulder pin for freehand work. Features:Can accommodate […]
The Porter-Cable 43127PC 1/4-inch Roman Ogee Router Bit is a dual flute roman ogee router bit. Featuring a 1/4-inch cut, the Porter-Cable 43157 will be one of the more useful decorative bits in your arsenal. Features:Diameter of 1-1/2-inchFlute length of 3/4-inchRadius of 1/4-inchShank diameter of 1/4-inchOverall length of 2-15/32-inch What's In The Box:Porter-Cable 43127PC 1/4-inch Roman Ogee […]
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Wind power, solar electricity and water is a brilliant way to produce your own electrcity. There is information on the web in the form of guides so one can be taught to create alternative power. This renewable electricity source will trim down your power costs, and at times elimates it. A first-class resource puts in […]
The currant is a seldom-grown fruit, partly because its berries are too tart to eat fresh; they do, however, make excellent jams. Like the gooseberry the currant spreads white-pine blister rust, a fungus disease that causes extensive damage to pine forests. Because of this, cultivation of currants is prohibited in parts of the country where white pines grow. Check with your county agricultural extension service to find out if this affects your area.