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Top 100 Saws Projects

  1. 76. Tile Saw (00:58)

    From DIY to professional, Kobalt has a tile saw for every application.

  2. 77. Restoration Tips

    The experts from DIY Network's Restoration Realities offer tips and hands-on techniques that can help you with restoration projects.

  3. 78. Hybrid Table Saw

    Mark Woodlief from Delta Woodworking and host David Thiel explore the ins-and-outs of hybrid table saw.

  4. 79. Tradesmen (20:00)

    Chris Grundy checks out practical tools for every trade.

  5. 80. Festool Plunge Saw (01:51)

    This is no ordinary circular saw, with its vacuum attachment.

  6. 81. Multi-Tool (20:00)

    Chris shows us tools that can take on a multitude of tasks.

  7. 82. Easy Table Saw Maintenance (04:44)

    Keep your table saw in tiptop shape with these maintenance tips.

  8. 83. Installing Beadboard (03:30)

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

  9. 84. Metabo Reciprocating Saw (01:24)

    This cordless ergonomically designed saw beats up on structures, not you!

  10. 85. Yard (00:20:00)

    Host, Chris Grundy is getting it done in the yard today on Cool Tools.

  11. 86. 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
  12. 87. Sawtooth Sawhelper (01:11)

    This portable saw station has fast set-up and break-down times.

  13. 88. Irwin Miter Saw Laser Guide (00:59)

    With the guide attached, when the saw reaches 400 rpm, it projects a laser.

  14. 89. Bathroom Tile (04:46)

    Amy and homeowner Carolyn tile a steam shower, including a chair rail.

  15. 90. How to Make Faux Raised-Panel Cuts

    A panel-saw table can be used with a lot more than just a panel saw. Use these instructions to see how -- with the help of a plunge rou...

    Time:
    --
    Cost:
    $1 - $50
    Difficulty:
    Easy

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