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How to Avoid Splintering and Tearing when Cutting Plywood. » Curbly | DIY Design Community

How to Avoid Splintering and Tearing when Cutting Plywood. » Curbly | DIY Design Community

Only if I had enough time in my life to do this.

Only if I had enough time in my life to do this.

Choosing the Right Wood Glue | Fix.com

Choosing the Right Wood Glue | Fix.com

Wood Projects Online Home Accents Play Ball Hat Rack

Wood Projects Online Home Accents Play Ball Hat Rack

A simple and inexpensive accessory that will cut accurate joints. #Tools #PowerTools #SimpleSolution #DIY #ApexTools

A simple and inexpensive accessory that will cut accurate joints. #Tools #PowerTools #SimpleSolution #DIY #ApexTools

Joining wood can be simple on a table saw. Create seamless, beautiful joints for all your construction projects.

Joining wood can be simple on a table saw. Create seamless, beautiful joints for all your construction projects.

taped plywood

taped plywood

DIY: How To Build an Industrial Style Wood Slat Closet System with Galvanized Pipes | Free and Easy DIY Project and Furniture Plans - this is an Ana White project.

DIY: How To Build an Industrial Style Wood Slat Closet System with Galvanized Pipes | Free and Easy DIY Project and Furniture Plans - this is an Ana White project.

DIY Tip of the Day: Cabinet Assembly Station. Here’s a third hand that will ensure square, no-hassle cabinet assemblies. Cut four 7-in. long 2x6s and screw or nail them to a plywood base, leaving exactly square crisscross channels just wide enough for the cabinet parts to fit in snugly. When you assemble the cabinet, the station will keep the parts vertical and aligned while you apply glue or pound in nails.

DIY Tip of the Day: Cabinet Assembly Station. Here’s a third hand that will ensure square, no-hassle cabinet assemblies. Cut four 7-in. long 2x6s and screw or nail them to a plywood base, leaving exactly square crisscross channels just wide enough for the cabinet parts to fit in snugly. When you assemble the cabinet, the station will keep the parts vertical and aligned while you apply glue or pound in nails.