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Top 100 Metal Projects

  1. 31. Heavy Metal and Hard Rock (20:00)

    Deconstruction's Matt Blashaw drops by with major plans for the cabin.

  2. 32. Matrix 100 Metal Detector (00:01:08)

    Check out this handheld device that can find metal buried within lumber.

  3. 33. Metal Barnwood Kitchen Island (03:41)

    A kitchen goes rustic-modern with a combination metal and barnwood island.

  4. 34. Die-Cutting Basics

    The process of cutting a thread on the outside of a round piece of metal is known as die cutting. This method may be used to rethread a...

    Time:
    --
    Cost:
    $1 - $50
    Difficulty:
    Easy
  5. 35. Metal Barn Wood Kitchen (20:01)

    House Crashers takes on Atlanta and remodels a 1930s kitchen!

  6. 36. Bench Grinder in Slow Motion (00:00:33)

    A 30-second slow-motion demonstration of a bench grinder at work.

  7. 37. High Tech (20:00)

    Host Chris Grundy checks out a selection of high-tech tools.

  8. 38. Metal Tile Tub Deck (01:44)

    A tub deck is the perfect place to use today's hot mesh-backed metal tiles.

  9. 39. How to Remove Paint from Metal and Wicker

    To strip paint from wicker and metal, you'll need to use different stripping techniques than those used for stripping paint from wood.

    Time:
    Day
    Cost:
    $1 - $50
    Difficulty:
    Easy to Moderate
  10. 40. Modern Industrial Backyard (00:03:48)

    The brothers mix metal and organic pieces in a yard with industrial vibes.

  11. 41. Norton Abrasives (00:03:04)

    Take a closer look at the innovation that goes into making sandpaper.

  12. 42. Fun Watering Can (04:34)

    Crafty tips for decorating a plain watering can using markers and metal paint.

  13. 43. Stripping Wicker and Metal (03:41)

    Strip away layers of built-up paint on wicker and old metal furniture

  14. 44. Handyman (20:00)

    Chris Grundy discovers a hydraulically driven vise and a powerful planer.

  15. 45. Copper (20:00)

    The average home contains more than 400 pounds of copper!

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