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The classic Craftsman style comes to life in the permanence of stone. The lighted stone column mailbox features a paper box, large mailbox, lighted cap, post lamp, embedded address plaque, and an exterior outlet. [More]

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The classic Craftsman style comes to life with a tapered porch column set atop a stone base with a copper transition. [More]

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The look of exposed rafter tails on a roof is a beautiful accent, but to build them right is a challenge. This article shows how I got the look and made the rafter tails and eves maintenance free using PVC trim. [More]

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Undermount puck lights add a dynamic element to this fireplace mantle. The mantle looks like a solid beam, but it is really a hollow floating shelf. [More]

The PowerLift has Arrived

by John W. Nixon on September 1 2010 06:21

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The world's first and only foot-activated motorized router lift is now available from MLCS Woodworking. • Only the Powerlift allows for true Hands Free plunge cutting. No Cranks or Handles.
• Only the Powerlift uses a bi directional electronic foot pedal allowing the user to make micro-adjustments to a spinning bit (to within .001”) for real Precision.
• Only the Powerlift has a digital control panel (with mounting arm included) giving the user control of the speed and direction of the lift.
• Only the Powerlift allows you to change the router bit above the table in seconds.
• Make incremental passes quick and easy without ever turning off your router or taking your hands off of the work piece.
• Make repeatable Plunge cuts for mortises and dados using the built-in Depth Stop. [More]

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