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Top 100 Saws Projects

  1. 91. Stock Feeder

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

  2. 92. 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...

  3. 93. Posts and Anchors for Decks (01:00)

    Get basic instructions for installing the support posts of the deck.

  4. 94. 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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    $1 - $50
    Difficulty:
    Moderate
  5. 95. Portable Band Saw Basics

    A portable band saw is a smaller, more convenient version of the stationary band saw. DIY experts show why this saw is one of the most ...

  6. 96. Finish Work (20:00)

    Chris adds the finishing touch with the coolest tools for trim work.

  7. 97. How to Cut Small Parts on a Table Saw

    Cutting small parts on a table saw can be a dangerous task. Create a jig that eliminates 99 percent of the danger by enabling users to ...

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    Cost:
    $1 - $50
    Difficulty:
    Easy
  8. 98. Magic Saw (01:01)

    The Magic Saw lives up to its name: it cuts effortlessly in any direction.

  9. 99. Boar Blades (00:55)

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

  10. 100. Jigsaw Tips

    DIY experts offer tips to keep in mind when cutting curves or lines with a jigsaw.

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