Are you looking to indulge in some carpentry or woodwork? If you are going to be building wood-based structures designed to support weight, or furniture that includes joints, you are going need dowel pins. Dowel pins are one of the earliest tools used in woodwork. Wood dowel pins are typically indentified as cylindrically shaped pieces of wood. Dowel pins come in various forms and sizes and are most often used to re-enforce joints and shelves. While some woodworkers prefer to make custom dowel pins that fulfill their specifications, dowel pins are available for purchase in many different standard forms.
St. Charles Hardwoods started out in 1988 as a small lumber supplying company. Over several years, we have grown into one of St. Louis’ leading hardwood and lumber supplying entities providing multiple products of paramount quality. We can supply a wide range of hardwood and lumber-related products, including dowel pins for woodworking enthusiasts, professionals, and hobbyists. To learn more about any of the hardwood products we have available, contact us or visit one of our St. Louis area stores today.
When long dowel rods, are cut into much smaller cylindrical rods, they are known as dowel pins. Dowel pins can be found in various shapes and sizes. While dowel pins are used in many different kinds of woodwork, they are most often used in cabinet making. They are used to align and fasten two pieces of wood together such that the structure can support weight.
Here are some of the many different types of dowel pins available:
Here at St. Charles Hardwoods, we understand the necessity to provide wood products that perfectly match the requirements of our customers. Carpentry and woodwork is a precise science and accordingly one cannot afford to compromise with regard to the components used.
Our dowel pins come in all kinds of diameters, lengths, and materials. Our range of dowel pins consists of pins with diameters of a quarter inch to those with diameters of up to 2 inches. We also have dowel pins that vary in diameter, depending on whether they are grooved or tapered. Additionally, we can provide you with dowel pins made from a variety of types of materials including ash, cherry, birch, hard maple, poplar, soft maple, red oak, walnut, or white oak.
To find the best and most durable dowel pins available on the market or to learn more about the types of dowel pins we sell, visit one of our St. Louis area stores today.