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Changing the router base lets you handle any edges and corners.
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No way you'll forget the measurements taken with this carpenter's tool.
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Three trim carpenters compete to build huge entertainment centers.
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This hammer easily solves the problem of removing driven nails from wood.
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Recycled-glass counters are a highlight in this stunning kitchen makeover.