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Top 100 Hand Tools Projects

  1. 16. Telescoping Ladder

    DIY Network experts show how handy this telescoping ladder is. The ladder can fit into small spaces, which makes traveling with it a ci...

  2. 17. Essential Camping Tools

    Make your camping trip is a success by taking along the right tools. Here are some good tips and advice from the pros at DIY Network.

  3. 18. Ice Is Back on the Farm (00:02:10)

    He's back on the farm: Vanilla Ice Goes Amish returns October 11 at 10/9c.

  4. 19. Screwdriver Basics

    Screwdrivers are among the most commonly used--and misused--tools. Although screwdriver methods seem obvious, using the correct techniq...

  5. 20. Laser Level

    Every DIYer should own one of these handy laser levels that adjusts to various angles and indicates when a surface is level.

  6. 21. Hook Driver

    If you're looking for a handy tool to attach hooks to doors or walls, DIY experts have the answer.

  7. 22. All About Handsaws

    DIY Network explains the different types of handsaws and how they are used.

  8. 23. Tips on Using Cutting Guides

    DIY Network host Paul Ryan demonstrates some cutting guides that make it easy to get the perfect cut.

  9. 24. Ladders: Safety, Use and Accessories

    The ladder is one of the most common tools, but it's also one of the most misused. Here is a rundown of the basics about ladders and ho...

  10. 25. Loggerhead Immix (01:06)

    Check out this pocket tool that has a bionic wrench and 34 different tools!

  11. 26. Platinum Tile Nippers (00:01:27)

    It is the subtle improvements that make this tool a great upgrade.

  12. 27. Wire and Metal Cutting Tools

    DIY Network shares which tools can be used to cut through wire and metal materials.

  13. 28. How to Make a Mortise Cut

    Use these step-by-step instructions to make a mortise cut using a chisel.

    Time:
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    Cost:
    $1 - $50
    Difficulty:
    Moderate to Hard
  14. 29. All About Bricklaying Tools

    DIY Network explains the different types of tools used for used for bricklaying and masonry work.

  15. 30. Nail Starter

    This handy nailer has the ability to take the place of a hammer.

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