Floating (Wall Mount) TV Cabinet Plans And Build Tutorial – Fast Build Projects To Sell

Floating TV cabinet build tutorial Whether a beginner looking for their first furniture project or a more seasoned woodworker looking for an easy project to sell, look no further than Woodwork Junkie’s floating tv cabinet. A beautiful wall mount cabinet that is simple in design and easy to build. It incorporates a very convenient cavity behind the cabinet that allows for wiring and the mounting bracket to be out of sight….

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Ultimate Pallet Breaker Tool (Plans)

DIY Pallet Stripper Woodworking with reclaimed wood and pallet wood especially has become very popular as of late. With the ever increasing and quite exorbitant prices tag placed on exotic woods, people often opt to build with pallet wood. Things like garden furniture and decorative fixtures are examples of articles where hardwoods would generally be overkill. The largest downside of building with pallet wood is the quite labored and time-consuming endeavor of…

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Making A Cutting Board From Scrap Wood – Easy

Wooden cutting board from scrap wood – Making your own Hardwood cutting boards add a certain panache to a kitchen thanks to their functionality coupled with their stylishness. Floating around your favorite stores you may have noticed that these boards don’t come cheap considering its’s just a piece of wood…or is it? Wooden cutting boards have a huge advantage over their glass and plastic counterparts. Why? Well, when working with…

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Cordless Power Tools – Choosing the right Cordless Drill

Cordless Power Tool Buyers Guide

Cutting the cord on power tools There is no doubt that cordless is convenient. In the case of cordless power tools like drills and drivers, sacrificing a bit of power output will result in a tool that is lighter, smaller and can be used on the go. With less operator fatigue when working in those awkward positions like hanging light fixtures or working in cramped spaces. Tripping over or getting tangled…

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What Is A Miter Saw Used For?

No DIY’ers workshop is complete without a miter saw. Used for accurate and quick crosscuts into wood or aluminum at the desired angle, it is a definite must have for your home workshop. With blade sizes ranging from 7 – 12 inches, single or double bevel, compound angles and sliding function, there is a lot to consider when buying a miter saw. What is a Miter Saw? A miter saw is…

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