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Top 100 Saws Projects

  1. 76. How to Cut Coves on a Table Saw

    Cutting coves is usually completed on a shaper, but with a few pointers from DIY experts, cove cuts can be made on a table saw.

    Time:
    2 hours
    Cost:
    $500 - $1,000
    Difficulty:
    Moderate to Hard
  2. 77. How To Cut a Lock Joint

    Follow these steps to make a lock joint.

    Time:
    2 hours
    Cost:
    $100 - $250
    Difficulty:
    Moderate to Hard
  3. 78. Kwik Tool Extreme Blade (01:00)

    Presenting the industry's first carbide-tooth reciprocal saw blade.

  4. 79. Guide to Circular Saw Blades (03:31)

    Learn more about circular saws, their anatomy and how they work.

  5. 80. Circular-Saw Basics

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

  6. 81. Incredibly Versatile Saw (06:53)

    Find out what a spiral saw can really do with this in-depth lesson.

  7. 82. How to Make Fluted Panels on a Table Saw

    Use a table saw to make intricate cuts on wood. A special jig makes it fairly easy to create fluted panel cuts with a table saw.

    Time:
    --
    Cost:
    $1 - $50
    Difficulty:
    Easy to Moderate
  8. 83. ICS RedZaw RZ60C Concrete Saw (01:45)

    This lightweight concrete saw makes quick work of rock and steel.

  9. 84. Safe and Sound (20:00)

    Chris has all kinds of tools to keep you safe on the job.

  10. 85. Solutions to Common Table Saw Problems

    DIY Network experts offer cutting tips and solutions to some common table saw problems.

  11. 86. How To Use a Metal-Cutting Chop Saw

    Learn how to begin construction on dining room chairs by cutting rods with a chop saw.

    Time:
    --
    Cost:
    $50 - $100
    Difficulty:
    Easy to Moderate
  12. 87. Cool Tool: Portable Panel Saw System

    DIY Network spotlights the Portable Panel Saw System.

  13. 88. Wixey Angle Gauge (01:00)

    The Wixey digital angle gauge accurately sets saw blade's bevel angle.

  14. 89. 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. 90. Power, Tunes, & Clean (03:03)

    Check out Cool Tools' top 5 best tool picks for 2007!

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