Learn how to make a scarf joint; details include using this special joint for making repairs to furniture or trim.
Learn how to use portable power tools including a pneumatic nailer, circular saw, saber saw, power miter saw and driver/drill.
by Ron Hazelton on May 09, 2015 in News
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Ron where can I get that miter guage? It can save alot of cut and recuts. Can I get it at one of the home improvement stores.
These Starrett Miter Gages are simply fantastic. I purchased both sizes a couple of years ago. I have an old house where I have been replacing a lot of the old moldings. This device has been a Godsend. Slap it up around an outside or inside corner, read the measurement setting on you Miter Saw and saw away....simple and perfect. I don't tell everyone how I get such perfect miters I just let them admire them. Spend the bucks on these and you will never regret it.
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hey ron your the man i'v learned a lot from you merry christmas were can i get that niffty tool?
I could have used this tool on a 100 jobs and save lot of time, and not to say the money would have been better.
Why won't the videos play for me? I am really interested.
Looks like a great product!Also... hope those two caterpillars on that guy's forehead turn into beautiful butterflies!
I just looked it up. It's the Sterrett 505A-12 and the 505A-7 Pro Site Protractor.
It would be nice to know the model number of the "tool"
I wish I knew about this guage 6 months ago when I made my first attempt at putting up wainscot with the top and bottom rails.
This is a commercial. Wouldn't hurt to explain how to do it the old fashioned way.