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  1. 46. Loggerhead Tools Bionic Wrench (00:02:57)

    See a hybrid tool that is a cross between an adjustable wrench and pliers.

  2. 47. Kreg Jig K3 Master System (01:48)

    This guide creates holes for pocket joints to be joined with screws.

  3. 48. Bosch Colt Palm Router (01:51)

    This router may be small, but it is mighty! Check it out.

  4. 49. How to Make a Vacuum-Screening Ramp

    Use these step-by-step instructions to make a vacuum-screening ramp that will rid a workshop of hazardous sawdust. It sucks up small pi...

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    Cost:
    $1 - $50
    Difficulty:
    Easy to Moderate
  5. 50. Power, Tunes, & Clean (03:03)

    Check out Cool Tools' top 5 best tool picks for 2007!

  6. 51. Dust Masks and Respirators (03:55)

    Protect yourself in the workshop by wearing a dust mask or respirator.

  7. 52. Bessey K Body Clamp (00:01:43)

    Increase your clamping pressure with little pressure on your pocketbook.

  8. 53. Cordless 18V Impact Wrench (00:01:19)

    When working with big bolts, you need a tool with some torque!

  9. 54. Vermont American Bit Sets (01:15)

    Fly through your projects with these bit clips and spade bits.

  10. 55. Ultimate Woodshop on Wheels: Mike Doerner

    This homeowner can convert his garage into a full-fledged woodworking shop in a matter of minutes. See how he designed this woodshop on...

  11. 56. Essential Trim Router Basics (06:08)

    Find out why a trim router is an essential tool for your workshop.

  12. 57. Build a Workshop Router Table (03:19)

    Build your own full-size router table that will fit any workshop space.

  13. 58. House Wrap (02:18)

    House wrap helps form a barrier against moisture and the mold it attracts.

  14. 59. Basic Flashlights and Work Lights

    No workshop should be without flashlights and work lights. Use this DIY guide to choose the right lights for any job.

  15. 60. Green Garage (03:32)

    This garage goes green when salvaged materials make their way back inside.

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