There are a lot of different types of woodpeckers out there. They vary in size, shape, and color. In addition, they are also able to make a wide range of different sounds. For example, a crow can make a loud trident, or a robin can make a hoarse yell. A woodpecker can also use a variety of different woodworking tools. These can include clamps for holding joints in place, mortise and tenon templates, T-squares, and precision measuring and layout tools.
Precision measuring and layout tools
Woodpeckers is a company that produces a variety of precision measuring and layout tools. These tools are specialized for manual processing and are designed to be used by craftsmen. They are popular with professionals and are used in a variety of applications. The company was established in 1988 and has expanded its product line to include clamping accessories.
Measuring and layout tools are vital in ensuring that the work you do is accurate. Having accurate tools means that you will be able to work faster and more accurately, which will save you time and money.
The company manufactures a variety of precision measuring and layout tools, including T-squares and tri-squares. Their products are known for extreme durability and accuracy.
If you’re a woodworker, you may know that you can use a T-square to draw straight, parallel lines on your workpiece. But the T-square isn’t just for layout. You can also use it to position parts perpendicular to the board’s edge.
The good news is that the Woodpeckers(r) T-Squares have a very smooth, easy-to-use lip that eliminates a lot of the guesswork of plotting lines by eye. With the right setup, you’ll be able to draw perfect lines with a pencil, no matter how close they are to the edge of your stock.
In addition to its smooth, easy-to-use lip, the Woodpeckers(r) T-Square has the other features you want in a woodworking tool: a durable, long-lasting aluminium blade, precision machined scribing lines, and a sturdy aluminum handle. It’s all part of the company’s Computer Numerical Control (CNC) method.
Mortise and Tenon Templates
The invention is an assembly for forming mortise and tenon joints. The components include a base assembly, a set-up guide, and a finger assembly. The assembly may be removable or fixed. It may be incorporated with a depth guide. It may also have an adjustment assembly.
A set-up guide is positioned in a lower right part of the guide space in the mortise and tenon finger assembly. The set-up guide aligns the front rail 316, front to back, and assists in vertical positioning of the tenon workpiece.
The set-up guide consists of an outer sleeve 121. It may have a first diameter, a second diameter, or a combination of both. For a given joint size, a kit of varying sized sleeves could be included to provide variable spacing.
Slab Flattening Mill Pro
Woodpeckers Slab Flattening Mill Pro is a 132 inch machine designed to help flatten slabs in your shop. It’s a heavy duty machine that features a unique rail system for milling thin slabs and live edge boards. The machine also includes an optional dust collection port. With an integrated brush and dust collector, shavings are captured on an uneven slab surface and you can vacuum up the debris.
The machine is a workhorse that’s built to last. It has linear bearings and a dust trapping skirt. A large-diameter spoil board style bit makes the job go faster. You can choose from an extended model with additional rails, or a shorter one to fit your needs.
For a complete slab-flattening experience, you may want to add a router. A Slab Flattening Mill-PRO boasts a durable full surround curtain and twin pick-up points. And it’s easy to use. Just adjust the depth on the router mount.
Joint Bridge Clamping Pads
Woodpeckers has released a new line of clamping pads. These pads are designed to work on through-inlay cutting boards and other projects with sandwiched pieces. They are made of glass-reinforced polycarbonate and provide a strong and reliable clamping solution. You will never be stuck with a glue line or dents in your project with these pads.
These pads are made of a generous size, so you can place them on your glue seams or on the edge of your material. These are also a good alternative to creating your own alignment blocks. The pads come in packs of 24. This makes them a great economical choice.
The pads can be used with either a hex key or a knob, making them very easy to use. They are also less expensive than bar clamps. Plus, they are perfect for pocket-hole joinery.