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  1. 91. Tips on Using a Spokeshave

    Spokeshaves can be used to shape chair spindles and round surfaces. DIY experts offer tips on how to make the most effective cuts with ...

  2. 92. 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
  3. 93. How to Make a Circle-Cutting Jig

    Use these step-by-step instructions to make a jig that will cut circles through wood or any other material.

    Time:
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    Cost:
    $1 - $50
    Difficulty:
    Easy to Moderate
  4. 94. Miniature Pencil Torch

    DIY Network shows a miniature soldering tool perfect for small soldering jobs around the house.

  5. 95. Clamp Basics

    Clamps are essential workshop tools for holding wood in position. It's useful to have a collection of clamps on hand for common tasks.

  6. 96. Tools for Grading a Paver Base (02:37)

    Dean and Derek discuss which hand tools work best for grading a paver base.

  7. 97. Calipers and Gauges

    Calipers and gauges are handy tools to have around the workshop when it comes to measuring. Use this DIY guide to see which tools are b...

  8. 98. Shovel Tips

    From light work to heavy-duty projects, DIY Network makes it easy to choose the right shovel for any job.

  9. 99. Learn the Basics About Hand Planers

    A hand planer is used to smooth rough edges and level warped wood. Learn all about hand planers here from the experts at the DIY Networ...

  10. 100. Wrench Basics

    DIY Network offers tips on choosing the right wrench for any job in the home or workshop.

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