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Before jumping into any how-to project, it's best to understand the materials and tools you'll be working with. The following articles talk about engineered lumber and some of the tools you might be using for our next project. The "Selecting hearing protection" article is one I highly recommend. We all need to protect our hearing when working with power tools—that's a given!

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