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How to Use a Coping Saw for Baseboard

When installing baseboard trim, one of the popular options is using a coping saw to cut ends. Coped baseboards produce professional, close-fit joints. If looking to understand how to use a coping saw for baseboard,…

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How to Change Coping Saw Blade

A coping saw is a handsaw used to make coped joints and other delicate cutouts. It has a thin blade mounted between a U-shaped metal frame. The blade is designed such that it can be…

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Track Saw vs Table Saw: How to Choose Which Is Best

Any workshop will not be complete without a dependable working saw. ​Two of the more popular types of saws are the table saw and track saw. If you’re wondering which one you should buy, this…



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How To Use A Biscuit Joiner

A biscuit joiner is a tool used to cut shallow half moons into materials that are going to be attached together in a joint, usually at a 90 degree angle.  You need to know how…

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How To Drill Through Tile

Tile can be used in many different areas of the home. As an excellent water-repellent surface, you will commonly find it in a bathroom, but this brings on the issue of holes for plumbing going…

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How to Make a Jointer Jig for a Table Saw

If you don’t have the budget for a jointer or simply don’t have enough space to store it, you’ll benefit from learning how to make a jointer jig for a table saw. This way, you…

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How to Use a Coping Saw for Crown Molding

Crown molding joints are better coped than mitered. There are reasons for that and a special way to do it, as you will find out after reading this guide. Learn how to use a coping…

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How to Use a Coping Saw for Quarter Round

If you are remodeling your home, you might want to learn how to use a coping saw for a quarter round. While molding a quarter round is not done exclusively using a coping saw, it…

How to Use a Coping Saw for Baseboard - post thumbnail

How to Use a Coping Saw for Baseboard

When installing baseboard trim, one of the popular options is using a coping saw to cut ends. Coped baseboards produce professional, close-fit joints. If looking to understand how to use a coping saw for baseboard,…

Track Saw vs Table Saw: How to Choose Which Is Best - post thumbnail

Track Saw vs Table Saw: How to Choose Which Is Best

Any workshop will not be complete without a dependable working saw. ​Two of the more popular types of saws are the table saw and track saw. If you’re wondering which one you should buy, this…

How to Change Coping Saw Blade - post thumbnail

How to Change Coping Saw Blade

A coping saw is a handsaw used to make coped joints and other delicate cutouts. It has a thin blade mounted between a U-shaped metal frame. The blade is designed such that it can be…

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What Is a Coping Saw?

The term coping refers to the art of joining two irregular surfaces together. This is common when cutting complex curves and shapes on wood, plastic, metal and any other thin materials.  To do this, you…


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