Ideal for cabinetwork, these drill guides have a V-groove that centers the guide on 90-degree corners and curved edges.
A homemade T-square with a drilling guide centers a long drill bit in a cabinet bottom for running a puck-light wire.
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Create an improvised panel cart with clamps and a dolly.
A gridded top makes clamping easy and keeps sawdust out of your way.
Full-wall porcelain panels offer the seamless look of stone with less cost and maintenance.
Use a measuring block to to get accurate dimensions in hard-to-reach corners.
The Cadex V3/90.40 narrow-crown stapler is the best tool for attaching cabinet backs and building jigs with thin material.
This jig is perfect for holding window sashes when painting, planing, or other works needs to be done.
Use bamboo skewers and corrugated cardboard to make an improvised contour gauge for moldings of any size.
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