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Making long, straight and accurate cuts with a circular saw can be a challenge. Build this simple track jig that serves as a guide for your saw to help make straight cuts every time.
Plasma cutters and oxy-acetylene torches are the preferred way to cut sheets of metal. But if you’re not geared up with those tools and still need to cut some steel, you have a few other options.
An air compressor paired with pneumatic tools can be a great addition to any DIYer’s arsenal, whether you’re a professional mechanic, or just do a lot of spray painting and nailing. Here’s what to look for when selecting an air compressor that suits your needs.
Adding a larger drill press table and fence to your drill press will allow you to drill consistent holes along the same plane every time, as well as provide support for larger pieces of wood. Here are some great examples of drill press tables that you can build yourself.
Tool belts aren’t for everyone, but keeping your hand tools within reach makes any project much easier. Here’s an alternative: Make your own tool vest to fit every tool you need.