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Top 100 Saws Projects

  1. 61. The Original Third Hand (01:33)

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

  2. 62. Tile Backsplash (02:43)

    With these tips from Marc Bartolomeo, anyone can tile a kitchen backsplash.

  3. 63. Tradesmen (20:00)

    Chris Grundy checks out practical tools for every trade.

  4. 64. Essential Paver Cutting Tips (01:29)

    Get tips for making the most accurate paver cuts.

  5. 65. 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.

  6. 66. Amazing Japanese Hand Saws (04:55)

    Learn the proper techniques for using Japanese hand saws.

  7. 67. Skil X-Bench (01:32)

    This strong, portable worktable changes to accommodate multiple uses.

  8. 68. How to Make a Push Block

    Push blocks and push sticks are invaluable tools for the table saw and joiner. These accessories help keep your hands away from the bla...

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    Cost:
    $1 - $50
    Difficulty:
    Easy
  9. 69. Porter Cable Tiger Claw (01:02)

    A powerful reciprocating saw that pivots to almost any angle.

  10. 70. Cordless Track Saw (01:10)

    Don't take the material to the saw: you can take this saw to the material.

  11. 71. Best Circular Saws and Blades (05:01)

    Take an informative look at both battery-operated and corded circular saws.

  12. 72. Stock Feeder

    DIY Network explains why a stock feeder is a handy tool to have in a workshop.

  13. 73. Installing Beadboard (03:30)

    Installing beadboard wainscoting easily gives a room an old-world look.

  14. 74. 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.

  15. 75. Retractable Hand Saw

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

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