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Pallet Child Car

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I built a simple crosscutting jig for use with a circular saw. It's easy to build, and consists of just one 2' by 2' by 1/2" piece of plywood and a small par...

I built a simple crosscutting jig for use with a circular saw. It's easy to build, and consists of just one 2' by 2' by 1/2" piece of plywood and a small par...

Ana White | Build a Wall Kitchen Corner Cabinet | Free and Easy DIY Project and Furniture Plans

Ana White | Build a Wall Kitchen Corner Cabinet | Free and Easy DIY Project and Furniture Plans

lock mitre router 90 degree - Google Search

lock mitre router 90 degree - Google Search

In 1903 Stanley Tools patented their No. 30 Angle Divider. It accurately divides an inside corner* angle for transferring the correct miter angle to your saw. This is especially useful for installing baseboard molding where corners in homes are seldom an exact 90 degrees.

In 1903 Stanley Tools patented their No. 30 Angle Divider. It accurately divides an inside corner* angle for transferring the correct miter angle to your saw. This is especially useful for installing baseboard molding where corners in homes are seldom an exact 90 degrees.

Rockler Circle Cutting Jig

Rockler Circle Cutting Jig

DIY Tip of the Day: Screw-Lube on a String. | Drill a hole through a bar of soap and hang it above your workbench. Run long screws across the soap before you drive them. They’ll smoothly penetrate the wood without stripping the screw head.

DIY Tip of the Day: Screw-Lube on a String. | Drill a hole through a bar of soap and hang it above your workbench. Run long screws across the soap before you drive them. They’ll smoothly penetrate the wood without stripping the screw head.

Preview - Making Full-Sized Doors - Fine Woodworking Article

Preview - Making Full-Sized Doors - Fine Woodworking Article

DIYNetwork.com woodworking experts show how a power saw with a special kerfing jig may be used to create a bend in a strip of wood.

DIYNetwork.com woodworking experts show how a power saw with a special kerfing jig may be used to create a bend in a strip of wood.