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Top 100 Power Tools Projects

  1. 61. How to Make a Scroll-Saw Vacuum

    Dust can harm a scroll saw's motor bearings, as well as the user's eyes and nose. Here's how to make a vacuum accessory that'll keep sc...

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    $1 - $50
    Difficulty:
    Easy
  2. 62. Handyman Tool Tip: Quick-Change Drill-Driver System

    DIY Network host Paul Ryan offers a tip for those looking for a timesaving tool — a quick-change drill-driver system. This tool d...

  3. 63. How to Cut Circles and Curves With a Router

    Learn how to use a router and a special jig to cut perfect circles and ovals.

    Time:
    Under Half Day
    Cost:
    $1 - $50
    Difficulty:
    Moderate to Hard
  4. 64. Handyman Tool: QuickDriver

    Host Paul Ryan demonstrates this week's handyman cool tool tip: a QuickDriver.

  5. 65. Tips on Storing Power Tools

    DIY Network experts offer advice on how to easily store large power tools.

  6. 66. Specialty Air Nailers

    Some air-powered nailers are designed to simply drive nails, while others have a more specific purpose.

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  7. 67. Pressure Washers

    Pressure washers can be used to clean a number of surfaces, from concrete to windows. Use this DIY Network guide to see which washers a...

  8. 68. Cordless vs. Corded Tools

    DIY Tools and Techniques host David Thiel explains when to go cordless and when to stay plugged in.

  9. 69. How to Enlarge a Hole Using a Drill

    Weekend Handyman host Paul Ryan offers some handy tips on drilling and demonstrates how to enlarge a hole using two hole saws on one ar...

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    Cost:
    $1 - $50
    Difficulty:
    Easy
  10. 70. Tips on Choosing a Weed Trimmer

    Use this advice from DIY Network experts to choose the best weed trimmer for your lawn.

  11. 71. Automotive Ramps and Jacks

    DIY experts offer tips on automotive repair tools that make the job easier.

  12. 72. Bobcat (03:32)

    Popular Mechanics puts this ultimate power tool to the test.

  13. 73. Wet-Saw Basics

    DIY experts explain the basics of using a wet saw for cutting tile.

  14. 74. Tips on Choosing and Using a Generator

    DIY Network experts offer tips on how to choose the right generator for specific tasks.

  15. 75. Mini Reciprocating Saw

    This reciprocating saw can do straight, miter and flush cuts and attaches to any work surface. Read about it here at DIY.

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