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DIY Tip of the Day: Jacked-Up Outfeed Roller. To assemble an adjustable outfeed roller for your table saw and other power tools, drill holes in the base of a scissors jack and bolt it to a sturdy sawhorse. Bolt a bracketed roller (about $20 at woodworking stores) to the top of the jack. For faster adjustments, chuck a screw hook into a cordless drill (photo) and insert it in the jack’s drive hole.

DIY Tip of the Day: Jacked-Up Outfeed Roller. To assemble an adjustable outfeed roller for your table saw and other power tools, drill holes in the base of a scissors jack and bolt it to a sturdy sawh

Cut with a Drill If you need to shorten a bolt, let your drill do the hard work. Spin two nuts onto the bolt, tightening them against each other. Then chuck the bolt into the drill and hold a hacksaw blade against the spinning bolt. The nuts help to steady the blade and clean off burrs when you unscrew them.

Spin two nuts onto the bolt, tightening them against each other. Then chuck the bolt into the drill and hold a hacksaw blade against the spinning bolt. The nuts help to steady the blade and clean off burrs when you unscrew them.

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These DIY soap dispensers make beautiful, functional additions to room decor. Adding a little art to your soap is a great way to decorate small spaces by dressi

The Family Handyman - Screws DIY Tip of the Day. Use this quick and simple way to get a screw started in a hard-to-reach place. Just poke the screw through a piece of masking tape with the sticky side of the tape toward the head. Place the screwdriver in the slot, then fold the tape up onto the screwdriver. Once the screw is well started, pull the screwdriver loose and remove the tape.

poke the screw through a piece of masking tape with the sticky side of the tape toward the head. Place the screwdriver in the slot, then fold the tape up onto the screwdriver. Once the screw is well started, pull the screwdriver loose and remove the tape.

23 Mind-Blowing Hacks You Will Want To Share On Facebook If you have a door that doesn’t latch properly, chances are the latch and strike plate are just a little off. Use a bit of lipstick and tape to test and see exactly where your strike plate needs to be moved to get the door to close properly.

23 Mind-Blowing Hacks a door that doesn’t latch properly, chances are the latch and strike plate are just a little off. Use a bit of lipstick and tape to test and see exactly where your strike plate needs to be moved to get the door to close properly.