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Top 100 Power Tools Projects

  1. 76. Circular Saw Guide

    The DIY Network shows you a product that serves as both a guide and a stop for a circular saw.

  2. 77. Tips on Choosing the Right Router

    DIY Network experts make it easy to choose the right router for the job.

  3. 78. How to Make a Cross-cut Platform for your Circular Saw

    You can eliminate inaccuracies with your circular saw by making a platform for angled cuts. Here are step-by-step instructions.

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  4. 79. Demolition Hammer in Slo-Mo (00:00:41)

    A 30-second slow-motion demonstration of a demolition hammer at work.

  5. 80. TIG Welder Basics

    The Tungsten Inert Gas (TIG) welder generates heat from an electric arc between the electrode at the tip of the torch, the filler rod, ...

  6. 81. Tips on Choosing Utility Lights and Flashlights

    DIY Network experts explore flashlight and shop light technology.

  7. 82. DIY Safety Tips (01:58)

    Here are a few safety tips to keep in mind when you're using power tools.

  8. 83. Learn the Basics of the Reciprocating Saw

    The reciprocating saw can handle jobs other power saws can't. Learn some basics about the reciprocating saw from the experts at the DIY...

  9. 84. How to Plane Short Boards

    Using a power planer for small pieces of wood can be difficult. Here's an easy way to make outriggers for sending short boards through ...

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    $1 - $50
    Difficulty:
    Easy
  10. 85. Powered Drain Snake

    DIY Network shares information on a powered drain snake.

  11. 86. Dust-Collection Systems

    Use these tips from DIY Network to choose the best dust-collection system for any workshop.

  12. 87. 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...

  13. 88. Cutting-Edge Tools

    Industrial-strength tools are used by pros to etch and cut glass, tile and stone. DIY experts explain the powerful jobs these tools are...

  14. 89. How To Maintain a Router

    Routine maintenance is key in keeping a router in peak condition. Follow these steps to keep a router working properly.

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    Under Half Day
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    $1 - $50
    Difficulty:
    Moderate
  15. 90. Dado Blade Basics

    The dado blade stack is actually a number of circular blades stacked atop one another to form a wide cutting area. Use this DIY Network...

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