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Learn how to build a wooden mailbox to accommodate a lot of mail.

Our homeowner enters sweepstakes and contests with the result that he receives a tremendous volume of paper mail and catalogs -- but his mailbox cannot accommodate the load. The overflow ends up in a cardboard box on the porch outside his front door. He decides to build a bigger wall-mounted mailbox of redwood to handle the volume and the physical dimensions of his incoming mail. Along the way, he constructs a series of auxiliary tools for his table saw to make the job easier and his cuts more precise.

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