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Cutting Stikwood

About Serge

Hi, I'm Serge and I'm the shop manager at Stikwood.

Tools You'll Need
Chop Saw
Pencil
Hand Saw
Jig Saw
Step 1
Choose Your Tool

There are multiple ways for you to cut Stikwood. Choose between different saws.

Step 2
Mark to Cut

Mark the Stikwood with a pencil to know where to cut.

Step 3
Cut Your Stikwood

Cut your Stikwood with a hand saw, chop saw, or jig saw.

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