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Top 100 Saws Projects

  1. 76. Dremmel 400 XPR (01:40)

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

  2. 77. Wixey Angle Gauge (01:00)

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

  3. 78. TS 3000 Gravity Rise Saw (01:02)

    The TS3000, a stand on wheels, puts your table saw on the move with ease.

  4. 79. Cutting Perfect Stringers (02:12)

    Create perfect stairway stringers with this efficient method.

  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. 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:
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    Cost:
    $1 - $50
    Difficulty:
    Easy
  7. 82. 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:
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    Cost:
    $50 - $100
    Difficulty:
    Easy to Moderate
  8. 83. Chain-Saw Basics

    DIY Network experts offer tips for safe chain saw usage.

  9. 84. All-Purpose Saw (00:59)

    Rockwell's Blade Runner is one saw that cuts wood, metal and ceramic.

  10. 85. How to Make a Miter Saw Workstation

    Use these instructions to make a miter saw workstation that can be used on a jobsite or in a shop. Built-in infeed and outfeed tables e...

    Time:
    Under Half Day
    Cost:
    $50 - $100
    Difficulty:
    Moderate to Hard
  11. 86. Delta Universal Saw Stand (01:08)

    Check out this transportable transformer for a miter saw or planer.

  12. 87. Saw Hood (01:00)

    This hood covers any miter, chop or wet saw to keep the workspace clean.

  13. 88. How to Use a Chop Saw (00:60)

    Here's an Indoors Out quick tip on how to use a chop saw.

  14. 89. Best Table Saw Guards (04:43)

    Upgrade your workshop safety by installing an table saw guard.

  15. 90. 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.

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

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