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Top 100 Saws Projects

  1. 76. Boar Blades (00:55)

    With teeth on both edges, these recip saw blades cut both wood and steel.

  2. 77. Reciprotool (01:01)

    The Reciprotool will breathe new life into your reciprocating saw.

  3. 78. Porter Cable Tiger Claw (01:02)

    A powerful reciprocating saw that pivots to almost any angle.

  4. 79. Tile Backsplash (02:43)

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

  5. 80. Circular Saw Guide

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

  6. 81. Cutting a Metal Fence (00:01:00)

    Jason Cameron shares quick tips for removing a chain-link fence.

  7. 82. Using a Crosscut Jig

    DIY host David Thiel explains tips for adding a crosscut table in order to cut large pieces of plywood.

  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 Add a Splitter to a Table Saw

    A simple plastic splitter can be installed to a zero clearance throat plate to make your table saw safer to use. Learn how to reduce th...

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    Cost:
    $1 - $50
    Difficulty:
    Moderate
  10. 85. Tile Backsplash (1 minute) (00:00:59)

    A tile backsplash adds instant character and style to your kitchen.

  11. 86. Wet Tile Saw in Slo-Mo (00:00:36)

    A 30-second slow-motion demonstration of a wet tile saw at work.

  12. 87. How to Handle a Handsaw (00:00:25)

    See how to use a saw properly and learn some great tricks.

  13. 88. Cool Tool: Portable Panel Saw System

    DIY Network spotlights the Portable Panel Saw System.

  14. 89. Razorsharp Multi-Tool (00:01:22)

    Pruner, saw, knife: the Spear & Jackson Razorsharp Multi-Tool does it all.

  15. 90. How to Make a Miter-Saw Measuring Block

    Making repetitive miter cuts isn't always easy. Use these step-by-step instructions and learn how this special jig can help make accura...

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    Cost:
    $1 - $50
    Difficulty:
    Easy to Moderate

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