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  1. Woodpeckers Ball Wrench
    Tired of picking through a pile of allen wrenches to find the right size. The Woodpeckers 5/32” and 3/16” are easy to identify and solve most of your shop needs. The made in the USA, tools sport an ergonomic handle design, a non-slip grip to generate maximum torque. The anti-roll design prevents rolling on vibrating surfaces and inclines up to 15 degrees. Learn More
  2. Hold Down Clamp, Pivot, Non-Slip
    The Hold Down Clamp is by far one of the easiest ways to clamp wood along an aluminum T-Track. It also has far more capacity then most surface mounted Toggle Clamps. Learn More
  3. Toggle Clamps

    Toggle clamps are one of the greatest gadgets to have around your shop when you’re building fixtures. They’re often the perfect answer to clamping when you don’t have room for a typical clamp. They’re available to hold things down or up against a surface.

    They come in two basic styles horizontal and vertical which indicates the position of the handle when locked. Both styles are also available in a hold-down or push-pull types. We carry six different sizes of toggle clamps, so there’s sure to be one the size you need.

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  4. Hex Nut, 1/4-20 (10 pack)
    These 1/4-20 thread hex nuts are compatible with all 1/4-20 thread bolts,screws and studs. Learn More
  5. Cross Dowels and Connector Bolts

    If your project needs super strong joints, steel cross dowels and bolts are the way to go. We stock cross dowels with 10-24, 1/4 -20, 5/16-18 and 3/8-16 through holes. Our 3/8-16 Cross Dowels are ideal for workbench frames and trestle tables. They can withstand high torque values and provide extremely secure right angle joints. A slot in end simplifies alignment with bolt.

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  6. Rectangular Nuts
    Rectangular nuts are useful in many woodworking applications. Their large surface area reduces embedding into softwoods and are self-locking when the flat side is oriented toward material. Commonly used in clamping applications and even more commonly in T-Track. Learn More
  7. Nylon Washers
    Primarily, nylon washers help to distribute clamping force when used in conjunction with steel washers yet help to protect a surface. You will also find them useful in a number of applications such as using them as spacers and anywhere metal washers are not appropriate. Learn More
  8. T-Nut w/ Screw in Flange
    This insert nut is most commonly used for glides and levelers. Made with three wings and a splined body to resist torque and compression loads. Attaches with (3) screws into end-grain and particle board. Both sizes install in 29/64 hole. Price per 10 pack. Learn More
  9. Insert Nut, Knock In
    Originally developed for retention of speaker baffles, this barbed push-in style insert nut is very easy to install and has good holding power in particle board and edge-grain applications. Price per 10 Pack. Learn More
  10. Hex Nut Insert Drive
    Hex Drive Insert Nuts have a tapered body, install with a hex key and come in various styles and sizes. High retention value in blind, end and edge grain applications. Popular style. Can be set below surface. Price per 10 Pack. Drill bits priced each. Learn More

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