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Top 100 Saws Projects

  1. 61. Versatile Portable Table Saw (00:01:23)

    Big on wood working but limited on space? This is the table saw for you.

  2. 62. Transformers (20:00)

    Chris Grundy checks out tools that transform shapes according to the job.

  3. 63. Measuring 101 - Part 3 (04:40)

    Host David Thiel demonstrates how to install and use a miter saw stop.

  4. 64. Saw Transformer

    A versatile addition to any workshop, this tool replaces a circular saw's blade and allows the tool to cut thicker stock.

  5. 65. Multipurpose Trans4mer Saw (00:01:03)

    This cordless saw quickly transforms from a jigsaw to a reciprocating saw.

  6. 66. On The Move (20:00)

    Chris Grundy checks out a fold-up table saw and a toolbox for pickups.

  7. 67. Retractable Hand Saw

    The DIY Network shows you a line of very useful utility cutters with retractable blades.

  8. 68. Dremmel 400 XPR (01:40)

    Take a look at this rotary tool with 101 uses and adjustable speeds!

  9. 69. Cool Tools

    DIY experts demonstrate a couple of cool tools, including a device that makes changing blades on the table saw much simpler.

  10. 70. Sliding Compound Miter-Saw Basics

    Use this DIY guide on the versatile sliding compound miter saw and learn how to cut wider stock with a smaller blade.

  11. 71. Port-A-Mate WorkCenter (01:05)

    Take your workshop directly to your site. Check this out.

  12. 72. Storing Blades and Bits

    In order to keep bits, blades and other accessories from being lost, damaged or dulled, it's important that they be stored properly. DI...

  13. 73. Eastern Influence: Using Japanese Tools

    DIY Network expert David Thiel talks with Sandor Nagyszalanczy, author of Tools: Rare and Ingenious, and cabinetmaker Patrick Huggins a...

  14. 74. Circular-Saw Basics

    DIY experts offer tips on choosing the right circular saw for any job. Byline:

  15. 75. The Original Third Hand (01:33)

    With this tool, you don't need to put your hand near the saw blade.

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