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Must-Have Tools to Work With Pallets

The handiest saw to have when working with pallets is a Reciprocating Saw. Not only can you cut between the boards, but with a metal cutting blade, you can also cut all the nails flush with the lumber. Pallet nails are threaded and blunt, and are miserable to try and pull out. Save yourself time and frustration, and just cut them off. You can also use a Dremel with a cutting disc,

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Must-Have Tools for Beginning DIYers

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Must Have Power Tools for you Wood Shop

This article will tell you which power tool should be your first purchase when setting up shop. #spon I wish someone had told me all this information when I started.

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Power Tools 101: Which saw should I use

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Ok women! Finally a site for us...no more dreaming...How do I Get Started? So you want to build your own furniture? And get exactly what you want? Potentially saving tons of retail?

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Jigsaw Tips and Essentials

Use a Fence for Perfectly Straight Cuts Use a Fence for Perfectly Straight Cuts A jigsaw is versatile enough to make straight, compound and beveled cuts through boards. Hold the workpiece firmly and guide the saw steadily against a saw fence. Avoid driving blades into the benchtop (bending and breaking them) by using rails to raise the workpiece. Read more: http://www.familyhandyman.com/tools/jigsaw-tips-and-essentials#ixzz3UgpHiSUi

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