FW News 2/22/23 — Electric saw mill!New tools from Grizzly, Seneca Woodworking, Highland Woodworking, Bora, and more.
Seneca products from Toolnut:
From Highland Woodworking:
Rikon’s 70-1420VSR is the largest benchtop lathe in the RIKON line of machinery. This upgraded model gives woodturners increased spindle-to-bed height so that larger diameter work can be done. The addition of 3 machined surfaces to mount optional extensions increase the working dimensions even further.
From Bora Tools:
The all-new BORA® NGX RIP Guide makes it quick and easy to accurately rip sheet goods down to size. Whether you need to make one, or multiple cuts, the durable aluminum twin rail design prevents racking and misalignment, while the oversized ergonomic handle provides ultimate control.
Spiral flush trim bits use a special twin-bearing pilot to follow a pattern or trim material flush with mating surfaces. The super sharp spiral flutes cut surprisingly fast and leave a surface that needs minimal sanding.
From Grizzly Industrial:
The G0960 Electric Sawmill will cut logs and lumber down to size. Designed for the homeowner to use, this Shop Series mill runs on 110-volt electricity with no special electrical hookups or gas needed.
An everyday multi-functional sander for small workshops. The easy-to-use T33256 4″ x 36″ Belt / 6″ Disc Combo Sander quickly smooths wood surfaces.
From Woodworker’s Supply:
Whether you’re building from scratch, renovating, or repairing, the Drawer Front Mounting Tool is the simple, effective way to mount and align drawer fronts.
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