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Two cures for stripped heads and snapped shafts


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Quick-and-easy cosmetic surgery

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Over the past 10 years, readers have shared some great techniques, jigs, and shop accessories in our “Tips and Tricks” column. Every issue, we award “Top Tip” status (including a special prize) to the most useful or clever tip of the bunch. 

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Add toe-touch turnoff capability to your table saw. This shop-made upgrade enhances safety and convenience, and it’s easy to make.


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In my crowded, cramped shop, it can be difficult to rip long pieces from full-sized sheet goods using the table saw.

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The area around my drill press sure gets messy from the wood chips that I’m always brushing off the table.

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Successfully smoothing a finish depends on keeping your sandpaper clean by frequently brushing or blowing it off. 

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Tips and tricks from Issue 81.

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The camera phone tripod mount featured in issue #80’s Tips and Tricks column really helps me take better shots of my work. However, I’m still struggling to improve my camera phone photography. Any advice?  


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Complementary clamping cauls to the rescue.

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