Power Tools projects
How to Repair a Cut Power Tool Cord
Power tool cords that get accidentally cut or hacked can be permanently repaired in minutes with heat shrinkable tubing and a soldering gun.
Using a Power Auger
If you're planning a project that requires lots of postholes, a power auger will speed up the process. But if you think it'll make digging holes…
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Oscillating Tool Reviews
Every DIYer should have an oscillating tool — but which model is right for you? Read these reviews from our editors to get the low down on…
Cordless Tools Buyers Guide
Learn how to get your money’s worth from your next cordless tool purchase in this buyer’s guide. Veteran pros and our field editors share their…
Tips for Using an Oscillating Tool
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How to Use a Power Planer
This article shows you how to get the most out of your power planer. Use it for leveling joists, making stubborn doors close easily and for…
Chain Saw Safety
A chain saw is one of the most versatile tools you can own, but it cuts both wood and flesh equally well. Before you cut up a fallen tree, learn…
Building a Drum Sander Table
Improvise a low-cost drum sander using your drill press and a custom sanding table with dust collection. Build it in an hour from scrap wood.
How to Use Powder Actuated Tools
Powder actuated tools are the quickest, most efficient way to fire fasteners into concrete slabs and block walls. We'll show you how to use…
Benefits of a Track Saw
Track saws make long, precise cuts faster and better than table saws and circular saws. They are light and portable, don't need clamps and set…