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Top 100 Metal Projects

  1. 76. DFX E Series Metal Detector (00:03:21)

    Visit White's Electronics factory to see how metal detectors are made.

  2. 77. Turning a Metal Bowl (00:20:01)

    Dave demos the unique art of metal spinning on a wood lathe for this bowl.

  3. 78. Impossible Layout (20:00)

    Classic blend of old & new finishes will add modern style to this kitchen.

  4. 79. Metal Bathroom Floor Tiles (00:01:00)

    Adding metal floor tiles in a bathroom is a groutless alternative to stone.

  5. 80. Neat Metal Message Board (03:27)

    Custom design a snazzy metal message board.

  6. 81. White on White (20:00)

    A sterile white kitchen is transformed into something they can be proud of.

  7. 82. Simple Aluminum Bud Vase (01:19)

    Super fast and easy, create a chic bud vase from dryer duct tubing.

  8. 83. Eliminate Mini Metal Messes (00:00:23)

    Take care of scattered screws with this simple, ingenious hint.

  9. 84. Schonstedt Magnetic Locator (00:01:23)

    Determine the boundaries of your property with this handy magnetic tool.

  10. 85. How To Apply False Graining to a Metal Door

    Learn how to make a metal door look like wood with this false graining technique.

    Time:
    Day
    Cost:
    $50 - $100
    Difficulty:
    Easy to Moderate
  11. 86. Prefab Metal Arch Install (03:22)

    Amy shows a homeowner how to install a prefab arch around her bathtub.

  12. 87. Heavy Metal and Hard Rock- 4 (02:36)

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

  13. 88. Matrix 100 Metal Detector (00:01:08)

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

  14. 89. How to Cut and Bend Flat Bar Stock

    Learn how to cut and bend a flat bar stock using a chop saw and a plywood jig.

    Time:
    --
    Cost:
    $100 - $250
    Difficulty:
    Easy to Moderate
  15. 90. How to Paint Metal Chairs

    DIY Network shows you how to revive rusted metal furniture with a little elbow grease and some spray paint.

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