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6 tape measure
A 25 ft. long tape measure (fig. 11) is a good choice
for a metal yardstick
with a t-square at the end (fig.12). Some t-squares come with a built-in
level, which can be quite useful.
Buy a utility knife (fig. 13) with a retractable
saw, hack- + hand-
Use a hacksaw (fig. 14) for cutting metal (pipes, table legs, etc.) and a
handsaw (fig. 15) for cutting wood. Handsaws will work just fine for smaller jobs,
although you may want to consider investing in a circular saw if you’re
dealing with large pieces of wood.
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