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Make a Set of Sawhorses

This video shows you how to make sawhorses using reclaimed wood. It’s a great beginner project for budget-minded woodworkers.

Tools for this Project

60T0622 - Kugihiki Saw

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Japanese Kugihiki Saw

$38.50

07J0310 - Set of 6 Utility Brad-Point Bits

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Utility Brad-Point Drill Bits

From: $3.60

60N3004 - 12" Stainless Square

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Aluminum and Steel Try Squares

From: $24.00

Using the Zircon M40 metal detector in pinpoint mode on a wooden floor

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Zircon M40 Metal Detector

$49.50

Front view of Nail Hunter showing curved underside of jaws

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Nail Hunter

$29.50

Slipping a 6" Pocket Rule into an apron pocket

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Pocket Rule

$17.50

Cutting dovetails with a coping saw

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Coping Saw & Blade

$22.50