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Adding 1-13/16 in. to 3-3/8 in. (or any other fractions) doesn't have to hurt. Just line up two rulers or tape measures side by side and read the answer instantly, with complete accuracy. It works for subtraction, too—just read the numbers in the other direction. #woodworkingtips

Adding 1-13/16 in. to 3-3/8 in. (or any other fractions) doesn't have to hurt. Just line up two rulers or tape measures side by side and read the answer instantly, with complete accuracy. It works for subtraction, too—just read the numbers in the other direction. #woodworkingtips

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Use the 3 4 5 Rule to Build Square Corners

How to Use the 3 4 5 Rule to Build Square Corners. One of the challenges when creating corners is getting them square. While your room doesn't need to be perfectly square, it's best to get corners as close to 90 degrees as possible.

Countersink first, drill the pilot hole second. That may sound backward, but it’s the easiest way to ensure a perfect countersink. Learn more now.

Smooth-As-Silk Perfect Countersink

Countersink first, drill the pilot hole second. That may sound backward, but it’s the easiest way to ensure a perfect countersink.

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DIY Tip: How to Quickly Add Fractions for Woodworking Projects... No Math Required

This technique for adding fractions is so simple you'll never need to reach for pencil and paper or worry about common denominators again. And then you'll kick yourself for never having thought about it before!

Understanding Angles - Rockler Woodworking and Hardware

Understanding Angles - Calculating Polygons

Removing Broken Screws and Lag Bolts: a list of methods to use depending on the situation.

How to Remove a Broken or Damaged Screw

How to remove a broken screw or lag bolt from wood. Multiple attempts covered for a successful screw extraction.

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Skill Builder: How to Find the Center of Any Circle

A Dremel is a type of rotary tool that has many applications around the home and in the workshop. It will accept a wide number of bits and attachments for cutting, sanding, routing, buffing and polishing. You can buff and polish stones by hand-using a Dremel tool. In order to buff stones you will need to sand them with several different sandpaper...

How to Use a Dremel to Buff & Polish Stones

A Dremel is a type of rotary tool that has many applications around the home and in the workshop. It will accept a wide number of bits and attachments for cutting, sanding, routing, buffing and polishing. You can buff and polish stones by hand-using a Dre

Learn how to easily transfer any photo onto a slice of wood using Silhouette temporary tattoo paper.

DIY Wood Slice Photo Transfer

DIY your photo charms, compatible with Pandora bracelets. Make your gifts special. Make your life special! Learn how to easily transfer any photo onto a slice of wood using Silhouette temporary tattoo paper.

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How to Build a Regulation Cornhole Set

No summer party is complete without corn hole (also known as bean bag toss). Try this top Pinned tutorial for how to build a regulation corn hole game.

Photo Place: Modern tealight holder...I would do with piece of natural wood

I would do with piece of natural wood(make individual tea light holders that fit together like puzzle pieces)

12ft --- normally you’d be on the same side as the rope, for easier lifting

Working Alone with Plywood

Working Alone with Plywood - Woodworking Techniques - American Woodworker Tie a loop in each end of a 12 ft length of plywood. With the sheet up against a wall, slip a loop under the bottom corners. Normally you'd lift it from he same side as the rope.

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