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Top 100 Hand Tools Projects

  1. 61. Tips for Using a Stepped Dowel System

    DIY Tools and Techniques guest Rorke Miller demonstrates the creation of a stepped dowel system.

  2. 62. Sandpaper Basics

    Use this DIY Network guide on choosing the best sandpaper for any job.

  3. 63. Hand-Powered Cutting Tools

    You don't always need power tools for cutting. The DIY Network highlights hand tools you won't want to do without.

  4. 64. How to Select the Right Hose for the Job

    Hoses are one of the most widely used garden accessories. Learn how to make the right choice when shopping for a new one.

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  5. 65. Gardening Tool Tips

    There are many cutting and trimming tools you can use in the garden. DIY Network experts offer tips to help you find just the right too...

  6. 66. Choosing the Right Screw

    DIY Network host David Thiel discusses a variety of screw types and the best material for each.

  7. 67. Compact Cordless Drill-Driver (01:31)

    Despite its size, this power tool is definitely not small on torque.

  8. 68. Edge-Gluing Clamps

    Edge clamps act as an accessory to clamps. You can purchase them, or make them at home by following these steps.

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  9. 69. Tips on Using Prying Tools

    It's easy to choose the right prying tool for any job with these tips from DIY Network.

  10. 70. Post Remover

    This tool helps you pull up posts and stakes from the ground without straining. Learn about it here at the DIY Network.

  11. 71. Tips on Sanding Hard-to-Reach Places

    These tips from DIY experts make sanding hard-to-reach places an easy task.

  12. 72. Viewer Jig: Board Center Finder

    Host David Thiel shows how to make a jig that can easily help find and mark the center of a board.

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  13. 73. Gunook Sky Hook & Super Hook (01:37)

    Find the perfect place for your power tools with these cool hooks.

  14. 74. How to Make a Hold-Down Pusher for a Jointer

    When working with a jointer, it's wise to use a hold-down pusher to keep the work piece in close contact with the table and your hands ...

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  15. 75. How to Add a Workbench Drawer

    In most shops, there's no place to keep small items handy. Use these instructions to make kitchen storage bins that are attached to a f...

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