Attach dowels to interior-door slabs and suspend them on sawhorses to make the painting and drying process easier.
Drill a hole through the center of the sawhorse's top rail and use a wrench on either side to hold pipe for threading.
Best for high-level production work, the Cut Hub work system yields accurate cuts and increased productivity with components built to last.
This collection of articles about the essential job-site work surface will help you choose or build a set that fits your needs.
We put a stable of store-bought sawhorses through their paces to learn which ones work best on the job site.
A gridded top makes clamping easy and keeps sawdust out of your way.
A better way to paint and let shelves dry.
These sturdy steel horses adjust quickly for any task or job site.
These knockdown sawhorses are far easier to move from job to job than a conventional sawhorse.
This isn’t the most stable door holder, but it works in a pinch.
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