Today Dene and I build a CD rack using treated pine. The mitre saw is very useful in this project. We use it to square off the ends of the timber and do the cuts required to make the CD rack. By using the hand clamps to lock the pieces of pine together we can mark and cut the timber with the mitre saw to ensure that the pieces fit together. We then chisel out the cuts and tap the pieces together. Then line up the legs, drill and screw together. Gluing is optional.
The tools that he will need to do it are a power drill with a 4mm bit, a cordless drill and screw driver.
15mm chisel, pencil, a tape measure, a set square, some wood glue, couple of clamps, 8 45mm chipboard screws, some sandpaper, some waste material to protect your timber when you’re clamping it. Mitre saw, which is going to be very useful for this job and that’s your material and of course you will need your instructions.