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You must have JavaScript enabled in your browser to utilize the functionality of this website. The history of Rockler Woodworking and Hardware goes back to 1954, when Norton Rockler started the Minnesota Woodworkers Supply Company in north Minneapolis. Since then, we've grown into an industry-leading woodworking and hardware source with a nationwide chain of stores and international reach through our catalogs and website. We're also committed to the future – of woodworking and the natural resources that make woodworking possible. So as we celebrate our rich history of the past 60 years, we look forward to many more years of woodworking with you.
A special Rockler contribution in honor of Earth Day allows the Hardwood Forestry Fund to plant 7,000 hardwood trees in The Wilds, a private nonprofit conservation center located on reclaimed mining land in southeastern Ohio. Rockler receives the Hardwood Forestry Fund's 2014 Gifford Pinchot Award, which recognizes significant corporate achievements in promoting sustainable forestry. Rockler continues its Earth Day partnership with the Hardwood Forestry Fund to plant 10,000 trees in the Riverside School Forest in southwest Wisconsin and 6,600 trees in the Raystown Lake recreation area in central Pennsylvania. Maplewood, MN, store moves to a larger location and reopens with the new superstore format, which features a new design, more product offerings and dedicated spaces for demonstrations and hands-on woodworking classes. Again working with the Hardwood Forestry Fund to celebrate Earth Day, Rockler makes a donation from every online, catalog and retail sale – enough to plant 20,000 hardwood trees. The I-Semble™ line of DIY furniture components, DIY Shutter System, Mixing Mate® Paint Lid and Rockler's nonstick Silicone Glue Brush are introduced. The Mixing Mate® Paint Lid receives an Innov8 Award from Wood magazine and a Handy Magazine Innovation Award and is named to the This Old House Top 100. To mark Earth Day, Rockler donates a portion of proceeds from online sales to the Hardwood Forestry Fund to pay for the planting of 10,000 trees. The Rockler Rolling Library Ladder System is named to the This Old House Top 100 list of innovative products.
The Bench Cookie® Work Gripper is introduced and quickly becomes a hit with woodworkers and reviewers alike. The Clamp-It® Assembly Square is introduced, giving woodworkers an extra hand (or two) when gluing or nailing workpieces at a 90° angle. The Sure-Foot® Bar Clamp, a Rockler innovation featuring a taller, wider and more stable base than other pipe clamps, is introduced. Woodworker's Journal and Woodworker's Journal E-Zine are named Best Internet Site at the Minnesota Magazine & Publications Association's 2002 Publishing Excellence Awards. When Norm Abram needs specialty hardware for a project planned for the 2002 season of "The New Yankee Workshop" TV show, he turns to Rockler. Reflecting its commitment to offering hard-to-find hardware (in addition to woodworking tools, kits and supplies), the company changes its name from The Woodworker's Store to Rockler Woodworking and Hardware. The company purchases Woodworker's Journal magazine and changes the name of Today's Woodworker to Woodworker's Journal.
The catalog goes out to a mailing list of over 6 million in full color, containing more than 4,000 products, including 400 new products. The company launches its first websites, allowing customers to request a catalog and sign up for a free trial subscription to Today's Woodworker.

With the resurgence of interest in mission-style furniture, the company enters into an agreement with L. The T-Slot System of jigs and fixtures is introduced, featuring hold-downs, stop blocks and featherboards that secure into a special metal track or a groove routed into a wood base.
The JIG IT® Template System is launched with the introduction of the Shelf Pin Drilling Jig. Historically accurate "Windsor Green" paint is introduced as part of the Rockler Wood Finishing line. The company begins donating a portion of the proceeds from lumber sales to the National Arbor Day Foundation to help renew the woodworker's most important resource. Two finishes developed and used by the legendary woodworker Sam Maloof are introduced in an exclusive arrangement with the company.
The Woodworkers' Store Blum Hinge Jig is introduced, a forerunner of the JIG IT® Template System. The company becomes the first in the industry to carry square-drive screws and European-style cabinet hinges. The company, with eight employees, moves to a new 8,000-square-foot facility in Golden Valley, MN.
Heralding an enduring emphasis on innovative product development and commitment to offering hard-to-find hardware, the company introduces its first proprietary product, Plyedge® banding for covering exposed plywood edges, and becomes the first in the industry to carry lamp parts and porcelain casters.
Nordy Rockler starts the mail-order Minnesota Woodworkers Supply Company at 1713 Olson Memorial Highway in Minneapolis. It was a small mail-order business with a big aspiration – to become woodworkers' go-to resource for everything they need to complete their projects.
The Rockler Silicone Glue Brush also makes the TOH Top 100, and the 3-Piece Glue Application Kit receives a Handy Innovation Award. The project, an outdoor lounge chair like the ones on old-time luxury ocean liners, requires brass hardware that can withstand the elements. The formula is developed by an in-house chemist working from a paint chip provided by the Society for the Preservation of New England Antiquities. The first catalog features specialty wood veneers and hardware items such as knobs, pulls and table slides. We've continuously added to our offerings as woodworking technologies have advanced, and we're constantly working to bring the industry's most innovative products, thinking and education to our stores and website. We still work with many of the same vendors whose products appeared in our catalogs decades ago.
Rockler locates a source and adds the hardware to its offerings, and Abram and his deck chair are featured on the cover of the spring 2002 Rockler catalog. You can count on us for the products, advice and encouragement you need to finish your projects, and you can count on us to stand behind the things we sell.

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