Many homeowners and woodworking enthusiasts enjoy the experience of using their own handyman skills to create beautiful pieces for their own home or for friends. However, regardless of whether you are a professional or not, you still need the right equipment and tools for the job. Whether you are engaging in cabinet making or constructing a structure that requires fastening components, you will likely need wood dowels to complete your project. Fastening and strengthening two components is just one of the many uses for wood dowels. However, there are many other uses for which wood dowels can come in handy.
At St. Charles Hardwoods, we are one of the leading hardwood and lumber suppliers in the St. Louis region. Having experience in the woodwork industry since 1988, we can provide you with top of the line products and services that are specifically customized towards each unique project. Wood dowels are just one among the hundreds of products we sell. To learn more about the types of products we sell contact our hardwood lumber company online or visit one of our stores today.
Wood dowels were one of the first tools ever used in woodworking and have a long history. Wood dowels come in a large number of sizes and shapes. While wood dowels are most often used to secure two objects together, they are versatile tools and can be used in several other kinds of woodworking projects as well. The following are some conventional and unconventional uses of wood dowels:
At St. Charles Hardwoods, we sell has wood dowels of all shapes and sizes that can cater to your unique specifications. This includes wood dowels with diameters ranging from a quarter of an inch up to 2 inches, and wood dowels with a length of 3 inches and longer. We also have tapered and grooved dowel rods, as well as wood dowels made from ash, cherry, birch, hard maple, poplar, soft maple, red oak, walnut, and white oak.
To learn more about working with wood dowels or to purchase any type of wood dowels, visit one of our St. Louis area stores today.