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Routing Fingernail Edges

By attaching a jig to a router table, round-over bits can be used to create fingernail edges on tabletops or bookshelves. Here's how to...

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Top 100 Power Tools Projects

  1. 1. Power-Tool Pumpkin Carving (00:03:35)

    Chris Grundy shows how to carve a Halloween pumpkin with power tools.

  2. 2. Pressure Washer Up Close (00:02:19)

    An extreme close-up, slow-motion look at a pressure washer in action.

  3. 3. All About Power Drills

    DIY Network explains the basic types of power drills.

  4. 4. Lighted Facemask

    DIY shares how efficient a lighted facemask can be compared to other types of face protection.

  5. 5. Auto Hammer Up Close (00:02:22)

    An extreme close-up, slow-motion look at an auto hammer in action.

  6. 6. Tools For Removing Paint

    Removing old paint isn't a lot of fun, but a few paint removeal tools can make the task easier.

  7. 7. All About Power Nailers and Staplers

    Learn about the different types of air nailers and pneumatic fasteners from the DIY Network.

  8. 8. Tips for Using a Log Splitter

    DIY Tools and Techniques host David Thiel shares helpful tips and information on using a motorized log splitter.

  9. 9. Portable Miter-Saw Table

    DIY Network shows a portable miter-saw table that allows you to take the saw just about anywhere needed.

  10. 10. Spiral Saw Basics

    DIY Network experts explore some of the things a spiral saw can do.

  11. 11. How to Use a Laminate Trimmer

    A laminate trimmer is a small router that is most often used for trimming laminate, but can be used in many woodworking projects. Learn...

    Time:
    --
    Cost:
    $1 - $50
    Difficulty:
    Easy
  12. 12. Circular Saw in Slo-Mo (00:00:38)

    A 30-second slow-motion demonstration of a circular saw at work.

  13. 13. Sanding Tips

    DIY Network shares tips and tricks for using sandpaper to keep any project running smoothly.

  14. 14. Trim-Router Basics

    DIY experts explain that bigger isn't always better when it comes to using a router. Because of its small size, the trim router can som...

  15. 15. How to Re-plane a Door

    These step-by-step instructions show how to shave down a door in order to eliminate problems with sticking.

    Time:
    Under Half Day
    Cost:
    $100 - $250
    Difficulty:
    Easy to Moderate
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