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  1. 61. Cool Tool Tip: Rotary Hammer Drill

    DIY Network host Paul Ryan demonstrates a new cool tool — the rotary hammer drill. This tool can have as much power as you need &...

  2. 62. Stock Feeder Table Saw Tips

    DIY Tools and Techniques shares tips for adding a stock feeder to a table saw.

  3. 63. Winch Versus Hoist

    DIY Network demonstrates the difference between a winch and a hoist.

  4. 64. How to Use a Planer/Molder

    Learn how to use a planer/molder -- an all-in-one thickness planer and molding machine -- with these simple instructions.

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    Cost:
    $1 - $50
    Difficulty:
    Easy
  5. 65. Leaf-Blowers

    This DIY guide shows how helpful leaf-blowers can be around the house. From cleaning up driveways, walkways and lawns to mulching leave...

  6. 66. Roto Zip Basics

    DIY Network host Paul Ryan demonstrates how the Roto Zip and its special zip bits can be used to cut difficult holes.

  7. 67. Handy Router Accessories: SweepEZE and Eliminator Chuck

    DIY Network experts reveal a couple of cool tools that can make your work with routers a little easier.

  8. 68. Restoration Tips

    The experts from DIY Network's Restoration Realities offer tips and hands-on techniques that can help you with restoration projects.

  9. 69. Black & Decker Power Caulk Gun (00:01:05)

    This caulk gun applies a consistent bead and is easy on your hands.

  10. 70. How to Use a Powered Sharpener

    This dry-system power sharpener works quickly and can be used with a variety of abrasives. If it's not used properly, though, it can be...

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    Cost:
    $100 - $250
    Difficulty:
    Easy to Moderate
  11. 71. Panel-Saw Basics

    Use this DIY Network guide to find out what type of jobs the panel saw is capable of taking on. This tool has the ability to rip, cross...

  12. 72. Using a Tile Wet Saw

    A tile wet saw is a faster, easier way to cut tile. DIY experts explain how to use a wet saw and make quick work of cutting tiles.

  13. 73. Mini Lathe in Slo-Mo (00:00:34)

    A 30-second slow-motion demonstration of a mini lathe at work.

  14. 74. How to Cut Mortises With a Mortiser

    Making a mortise -- sometimes cut with a drill bit and finished with a chisel -- can be tough. With a mortiser the process is much simp...

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    Cost:
    $1 - $50
    Difficulty:
    Easy to Moderate
  15. 75. A Bench Polisher

    A bench polisher can polish different types of items. DIY experts explain how the polisher works.

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