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Add one more to the list of red-anodized aluminum tools you just have to own: the cross dowel jig. Cross dowels are used in assemble-it-yourself furniture that you might find in stores like Ikea. They create a really strong joint because you are mating a bolt with another piece of metal rather then threading into plywood or particle board.

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While not quite tool pr0n, Woodpeckers’ red anodized tools machined from aircraft-grade aluminum billet are still very drool-worthy. One of their latest products, their dovetail marking gauges, are no exception.

When making hand-cut dovetails, a marking gauge is handy for laying out consistent pins and tails. Not only does it help you get the correct angle, but it helps you precisely transfer the markings from the face grain to the end grain and vice versa.

The gauges come in three different ratios: 1:6, 1:7, and 1:8. Traditionally you’d use a 1:6 dovetail when joining hardwood and a 1:8 for joining softwood — the 1:7 ratio is a compromise between the two.

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It’s a bird, it’s a plane, it’s SUPER TRACK! All right, Super Track won’t save your kitten up a tree, but it might just save you a trip to the store to buy T-slot bolts. Rather than use special T-slot bolts, Super Track allows you to use regular hex bolts for your fixtures and to hold the track down.

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The whole point of a router lift is to make it easy to quickly and accurately adjust the height of a router. Most router lifts are pretty accurate, but sometimes adjusting them isn’t a quick as it could be. Generally you have to use a special tool for the top of the table to adjust the height. Woodpeckers’ new Side Winder Router Lift uses a flexible cable and crank that can be mounted within easy reach to quickly raise or lower the router.

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You’re not going to drop upwards of $140 on a T-square unless you need a precision instrument, but if that’s what you’re looking for, Woodpeckers is prepared to sell you one of their precision aluminum T-squares.  Available in 12″, 24″, and 32″ lengths, these T-squares not only allow you to draw lines perpendicular to the edge, but by putting a pencil in one of its 1/16″-spaced holes you can drag the square along the edge to produce precisely spaced parallel layout lines.

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