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Learn how to cut a perfectly straight edge on crooked boards with a simple fixture and portable tablesaw. The method I teach in this video is very useful for doing framing work on remodeling projects because it allows you to salvage crooked boards for non-typical framing or furring applications and save straight boards for places where you really need them.
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DeWalt DW745 Jobsite Tablesaw seen in this video:
How Far Out Gauge:
My favorite cordless drills by Makita:
Snappy drill/countersink bit set with carbide tips are well worth the extra cost:
Snappy drill/countersink bit set Made in USA:
Makita Cordless Saw kit:
Clic-Readers glasses are the BEST!
3M Band Style Hearing Protector:
Stanley 25′ tape measure:
Crick’s beautiful and functional 48″ walnut & maple level:
Papermate Sharpwriter mechanical pencils… the ONLY ones I use!
Here’s a link to the How Far Out Gauge review I did which is somewhat related to the content in this video:
And this link shows How to Cut Super Shims using a fixture and method similar to this one: