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  1. 76. Lumber Wizard (00:01:31)

    Find out where the metal is in recovered lumber to avoid damaging tools.

  2. 77. Essential Tools: Pliers (00:01:42)

    The proper use of pliers; why they're important to have in every workshop.

  3. 78. Abbeon Cal Quick LE (00:01:08)

    Take a look at a hot air tool that can repair problem plastics.

  4. 79. Powermatic 3520-B Lathe (02:39)

    If you are serious about wood turning; check out this machine!

  5. 80. Port-A-Mate WorkCenter (01:05)

    Take your workshop directly to your site. Check this out.

  6. 81. Chris & Simon's Workshop (02:05)

    We visit the Hodshon twins in their workshop.

  7. 82. Designing Your Home Theater (00:20:01)

    Get information on how to design an incredible home theater.

  8. 83. Garage Workshop (20:00)

    Mobile workstations add storage space for this crafty couple.

  9. 84. Water in Basement (00:40)

    You can waterproof an existing house as well as a new construction.

  10. 85. How to Create a Custom Potting Bench

    Learn how to make a custom potting bench to save space in your workshop with these easy steps.

    Time:
    Day
    Cost:
    $50 - $100
    Difficulty:
    Moderate
  11. 86. Automotive Workshop: Blasting Cabinets

    DIY Network's Ultimate Workshop shares information regarding various types of blasting cabinets for an automotive workshop.

  12. 87. Workshop Safety and First Aid (04:52)

    Work safely in your workshop with these helpful reminders and tips.

  13. 88. Tips on Collecting Dust

    Paul Ryan, host of DIY Network's Weekend Handyman, offers tips on how to clean up dust.

  14. 89. How to Stay Safe in the Workshop

    If your workshop looks like an accident waiting to happen, then it may be time to take inventory and write out a few safety rules.

    Time:
    --
    Cost:
    $1 - $50
    Difficulty:
    Easy
  15. 90. Handy Bandsaw Workshop Table (04:44)

    Quadruple your bandsaw workspace with a simple plywood extension.

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