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I don’t have a router and router table. Can I fasten the mirror directly to the back of the frame without recessing it into a rabbit?
Yes, you can use mirror clips fasted to the back of the frame. Just be sure to select the right size clips for the thickness of your...
That’s common, but make sure you are using the right blade for the material you are cutting—wood, tile or...
Look to see if the mechanism for adjusting the base plate is sturdy. On less expensive models these are weak and will eventually wobble making it...
It’s a portable jigsaw that can perform many tasks, such as cutting curves and holes. However, it can’t handle heavy jobs. Some models have...
You want to use a keyhole...
A coping saw is best for this...
Yes, the fine teeth of a hacksaw can cut other materials too tough for wood saws, such as...
Use a fine cut blade. On heavier metals, such as steel pipe, a coarser cut blade will be more...
Yes the higher the number of points, the finer the...
Use an 11-point blade—with a fine cut—so that the wood will not splinter when it is...
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