One way to cut an angle beyond the capability of your compound miter saw is to use a 90-degree jig. Here’s how to make one.
This Japanese-made sliding miter saw performs exceptionally well for cutting trim and other general finish-carpentry tasks.
If the pilot bit is missing or broken, use screws to control the saw.
MAX's SuperLocator metal-connection nailer uses the nail itself to find the holes in framing connectors.
These specialized products make every phase of deck building easier and more efficient.
The new Bosch X-Lock system allows you to change grinder accessories with just one click.
A chain stitch is one way to keep power cords tidy and knot-free in your shop, truck, or on the job site.
Make cleaner cuts and prevent dangerous kickback with this handy tablesaw accessory.
The Fine Homebuilding editors offer their opinions on adding two layers of Typar, suggest affordable alternatives to building a full timber-frame house, and wonder why anyone thinks it's OK to build house on top of a mold farm.
Learn what makes each type of bit unique to help you choose the right one for every project.
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