This is one of the better spray adhesives.
Bonds Many Foils, Plastics, Papers, Foams, Metals and Cardboard, Low Mist Formula, Heat Resistant Adhesives Up To 110 Degrees Fahrenheit, Fast Aggressive Tack With Shear Strength Up To 160 PSI
Ordinary marking gauges tend to follow the grain of the wood and often have trouble marking a straight line. If used improperly the marking pin will sometimes drift with the grain or start to chatter and give unsatisfactory results. Wheel Marking Gauges solve these problems. They exhibit less tendency to drift with grain or to chatter and their hardened, beveled wheels leave a straight, almost hairline thin mark. Since the wheel is both sharp and beveled, it cuts through erratic grain while forcing the gauge face against the stock to maintain accuracy.
These are very handy for cutting threads onto a dowel and cutting matching threads on a hole. I found the 3/4" version to have the most uses for the scale of timber framing.
This threadbox and tap, for cutting external and internal threads in wood, is useful for making clamps, jigs, fixtures, knockdown furniture, toys, and novelties. Although traditional in design, modern technology and metallurgical advances have improved the traditional threadbox and tap and perfected its components.
* Hardwood threadbox with turned handles has an aluminum insert to prevent wear and extend the tool life.
* Steel tap is machined to close tolerances and designed to allow easy chip clearance.
* The resulting wood thread is both tight fitting and strong.
* Available in five sizes.
* Includes threadbox, regular tap and instructions.
Bottoming Taps are for cutting threads to the bottom of a blind hole. Use them after a regular tap has gone as far as it can in your hole. (Bottoming taps sold separately.)
Timber Framing has been a part of our building culture and an inspiration to mankind since the Middle Ages. As we enter a new millennium, it is designed to remain as one of building's most enduring forms, not only because of its intrinsic beauty, but because it is a pure and complete structural system.
The author shows the first-time builder illustrations of how to design the structure, layout, and cut joints, and finally drive them home on raising day. The professional will find the beam-design formulas and hard-to-find beam design load charts for oak, fir, spruce, and pine an great reference. 211 pg softcover
Forstner bits are very useful in the shop and in timberframing. The problem with using them in timberframing is they are not long enough for the mortise. Bit extensions are the easy and affordable way around the problem. These extensions solve one of the major problems with Forstner Bits---their limited depth capacity. Each extension is 4" long and is sized for the appropriate bit shank diameter. Bits are securely held in place with two hex screws to hold the original bit shank.
* Makita-built 4-pole motor delivers 450 in.lbs. of Max Torque, with a variable 2-speed all metal transmission (0-400 / 0-1, 500 RPM) for a wide range of applications
* Compact, ergonomic design; only 8-Inch long and weighs just 3.5-Pound
* Built-in L.E.D. light illuminates the work area
* Makita LXT lithium-ion battery and energy star rated 15-Minute rapid optimum charger produces 430-Percent total lifetime work with 2.5X more cycles
* 3-Year warranty on tool; 1-Year warranty on battery and charger
The DeWalt DW235G Heavy Duty 7.8 Amp 1/2-inch drill comes with helical-cut steel construction and heat-treated gears for increased durability and long gear life. A metal gear housing is included for jobsite durability and increased reliability, as is a 2-finger trigger for increased comfort. Also featured is a 360-degree side handle for greater control and versatility. This drill is capable of a no-load speed of 0-to-850 RPM and a maximum output of 600 watts. Weighing in at 4.2 pounds, this drill comes backed by a 3-year manufacturer's warranty. This drill comes with a chuck key with holder and a 360-degree side handle.
A drool tool for Timber Framing. Save lots of time cutting beams.
16-5/16" Circular Saw With Electric Brake, Large Capacity For Beam & Timber Cutting, Blade Cuts 6-1/4" At 90 Degrees & 4-3/16" At 45 Degrees, Weighs Only 28.7 LBS For Ease Of Operation, Electric Brake For Maximum Productivity, Powerful Motor Delivers 1,800 Maximum Watts Out, Low Noise At Only 87db, Includes: Carbide Tipped Blade & Rip Fence. A must have for large scale timberframing.
Broad axes are used for squaring and shaping logs and timbers. These broad axes use the Lower Bavarian Pattern and are particularly well suited to squaring timbers. The flat-sided head is chisel-sharpened with a single bevel, which makes flattening the side of a log as easy as it gets. The right hand model has the flat face on the left hand side of the axe so that you can chop flush on the right side of the workpiece. Has American hickory handle which is bent slightly so it will not interfere with your work.
The head is 2.2 lb with a 5-1/2" cutting edge and the handle is 15-3/4" long.
Perfect for anything that is too awkward to bring to your drill press.
You can drill any fixed angle from 45° to 90° and this jig allows you to drill round stock on center by using the integral Vee guides. Center edge drilling by using the anchor pins in the base for fences. Don't be limited by extra wide stock that won't fit your drill press, just chuck your electric drill to the 3/8" spindle to operate. A depth stop is provided for accurate boring and countersinking. Includes a three jaw 0-3/8" geared chuck.
I have a six inch, a twelve inch and a 16 inch combination square. I use them for every project. Starrett are of course the best, but the Emprie brand is more affordable without sacrificing quality and Empire has a lifetime warranty and is made in America.