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Forum topic by woodworkingdrew posted 06-27-2014 03:09 AM 1298 views 0 times favorited 12 replies Add to Favorites Watch
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06-27-2014 03:09 AM

I was wondering if there were any other online woodworking stores besides Rockler/Woodcraft. I am looking for a variation of woodworking tools.

-- Andrew, California

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#1 posted 06-27-2014 03:19 AM

Highland woodworking & Lee Valley are just a couple.

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#2 posted 06-27-2014 03:24 AM

There are too many to list. Once you narrow the model/type of tool or item you are lookingfor you can google it, and you will have a lot to choose from.

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#3 posted 06-27-2014 04:39 AM

Plus Amazon carries a ton as well.

-- The quality of one's woodworking is directly related to the amount of flannel worn.

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#4 posted 06-27-2014 05:10 AM

K-119 in San Bruno

925 San Mateo Ave., San Bruno, CA 94066

They carry the major tool brands. I have purchased mail order a couple of times with good results. Tell Phil Jeff in Nevada says HI!

EDIT – re-read your post, thought you wanted a local store, K-119 should be about 45 minutes from you. Anyhow, if you want online… what are you looking for?

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#5 posted 06-27-2014 05:52 AM

Woodworkers Supply is good for some things.

Most of these places have some crossover and some

Garrett Wade catalogs used to be real interesting but
I think the internet competition has forced the
company into a defensive position. They still sell
only cool stuff.

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#6 posted 06-27-2014 11:37 AM

+1 Woodworkers supply, I’ve spent hours looking researching and hunting and 9 out of 10 times they’ve got the best price or the best shipping, be sure to request a pro account, you’ll get better pricing, Rockler has it too, but the discounts are not as good as WS

-- I've decided 1 mistake is really 2 opportunities to learn.. learn how to fix it... and learn how to not repeat it

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#7 posted 06-27-2014 11:50 AM

+1 to woodworkers supply. I’ve only been in their store, but even there they are extremely helpful and knowledgeable.

-- -Dan

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#8 posted 06-27-2014 01:26 PM

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#9 posted 06-27-2014 01:37 PM

Check out Hartville Tool. Free shipping with no minimum.

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#10 posted 06-27-2014 01:40 PM

and another –

-- Sam Hamory - The project is never finished until its "Finished"!

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#11 posted 06-27-2014 03:25 PM

So many stores, so little money. :(

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#12 posted 06-27-2014 05:57 PM

Nowadays I seldom order from the typical woodworking suppliers. Being in the business for some time means I’ve discovered more specialized sources for my supplies. A few are listed below.

McMaster Carr – Industrial supply
RKO Saw – Router bits, blades and sharpening service
Custom Service Hardware – Screws
Baer Supply – Hardware and cabinet components
Certainly Wood – Veneer
Sherwin Williams – Finishing supplies
First Auto Color – Solvents, paints for metal and tape
Raynor Rinn Scott – hardwood and plywood

-- See my work at and

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