The family handyman using power tools: techniques and tips for getting the most out of your power tools
Hundreds of techniques and tips for getting the most out of all the power tools in your shop and home. A hands-on approach to using drills, saws, routers, and other hand tools, as well as table saws, miter saws, lathes, and stationary equipment.
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Safety and Maintenance
Protect Your Breathing
Basic Power Tool Repairs
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