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Learn how to build a lazy Susan; includes details for a circle-cutting jig for a saber saw and working with edge banding.

There never seems to be enough counter space, or cabinet space. One way to get more space without a lot of trouble or expense is to build a lazy Susan. Ron shows us how in this next workshop segment.

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