Using a Reciprocating Saw
DIY experts discuss the various types of reciprocating saws and the jobs for which they are best suited.
Solutions to Common Table Saw Problems
Use this expert advice to make cutting with a table saw a bit easier.
When making carefully crafted parts for furniture or cutting the same design into several pieces of wood at once, the band saw is the tool of choice -- and one of the most versatile tools available.
Tips on Using a Router Table
Router tables allow users to run wood over the router instead of running the tool over the wood. Here are a few tips on using a router table, ensuring safety and accuracy.
Tips on Using Cutting Guides
Cutting a long piece of wood can be difficult unless you have a great tool to assist you. Check out these guides that can make getting the perfect cut easy.
The Basics on Hand-Held Saws
Before power saws were invented, intricate cuts had to be made by hand. With enough patience, you can master the task. Check out these hand-held saws capable of a variety of cuts.
There are various circular-saw blades available, and choosing the right blade isn't always easy. This guide takes the guesswork out of finding the right blade for the job.
Table saws are versatile and useful tools for any workshop. Use this guide to find the best table saw for any project.
Tips on Using a Spokeshave
Spokeshaves can be used to shape chair spindles and round surfaces. Use these tips to make the most effective cuts.
DIY experts explain the uses of a plunge router.
Host David Thiel explains what to look for when buying a pneumatic nailer.
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