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Exterior doors take a beating from both frequent use and the elements. Here's how to provide a lasting clear finish on an exterior door.
How to make a custom storm door out of rot-resistant wood such as white oak or mahogany.
An organized work vehicle can save you a ton of time and effort, and it might even double as a portable workplace.
The basic FastCap Pro model has no wheels and comes with one continuous 64-inch wing with a metric or imperial scale and a flip stop. The rest of the stands have four wheels for better mobility, and include a variety of accessories.
Many carpenters make their own saw stands, which they can tailor exactly to the work they do. These stands are their workbenches, and because the stands are wooden, users can nail or screw their accessories anywhere.
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An informal survey reveals the most popular manufactured models, plus some ingenious homemade options.
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