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Table Saws [electronic resource]

This video covers both cabinet and portable table saws-the tools of choice when a circular saw just won't cut it.
Online
2006
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Cutoff Saws [electronic resource]

Also known as miter saws, cutoff saws will crosscut long stock, cut picture frame molding, fit crown molding, and quickly cut multiple boards to the same length. This video compares straight, compound, and sliding compound models.
Online
2006
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Radial Arm Saws [electronic resource]

A radial arm saw may just be the most versatile power tool in the shop-and also the most hazardous. This video thoroughly acquaints viewers with it.
Online
2006
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Band Saws and Scroll Saws [electronic resource]

Whenever a project throws you a curve, it's time to turn on the band saw or scroll saw. This video features both.
Online
2006
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Routers [electronic resource]

Help your students get in the groove. This video introduces the router through table-mounted and freehand applications.
Online
2006
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Jointers [electronic resource]

Jointers and biscuit jointers are becoming a common sight in woodshops. This video takes a look at both of these important tools.
Online
2006
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Planers [electronic resource]

If radial arm saws are the most hazardous power tools in the shop, planers are probably the safest. This video shows how to work with them.
Online
2006
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Lathes [electronic resource]

Spindle-turning, furniture-making, shaping round- or disk-shaped pieces of wood-lathes can do it all. This video examines how.
Online
2006
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Power Nailers [electronic resource]

This video nails the subject of nailers with information on four types: pneumatic, cordless electric, cordless impulse, and power-actuated.
Online
2006
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Drill Presses [electronic resource]

When pinpoint accuracy counts, the drill press is the tool of choice. This video highlights both floor and benchtop styles.
Online
2006
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Drills and Drivers [electronic resource]

This video takes a close-up look at cordless and corded drills and drivers, those indispensable sidearms of the building trades.
Online
2006
12.

Stationary Sanders [electronic resource]

This video explains how to make quick work of the biggest chore in the shop with stationary sanders.
Online
2006
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Circular Saws [electronic resource]

The circular saw is one of the most widely used portable power tools at construction sites. This video spotlights direct-drive and worm-drive models.
Online
2006
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Jigsaws and Reciprocating Saws [electronic resource]

A reciprocating saw is a workhorse that can cut through just about any material. A jigsaw is a precision instrument for cutting tight curves and complex shapes. This video shows how to put this dynamic duo to work.
Online
2006
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Rotary Tools, Bench Grinders, and Sharpeners [electronic resource]

For carving fine details or honing an edge, rotary tools, bench grinders, and sharpeners are a must. This video deals with them all.
Online
2006
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Building a Workcenter [electronic resource]

It's a multifunctional tool stand, a workbench, and a sawhorse all in one! This video profiles the portable workcenter, an indispensable item that's equally useful in the shop and on the construction site.
Online
2006