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C. Reuman of Conundrum Designs, Inc. enjoys his
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presents an inset arched door job he once did.
The problem? It was a real pain.
Now he's looking for advice on doing
it again, but without the hair pulling.
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thread concerns crown molding atop cabinet uppers. The
installation is complicated
by another piece of trim for which no one can
agree on a name. What would you
call it, and how would you install it?
post about producing inexpensive casework for department stores has
some interesting discussion on pared down, cost-effective
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speed steel can be sharpened to a finer edge than carbide, but
will lose that
edge quickly in hard or abrasive materials. Here's a long,
detailed, and authoritative
thread that explains when to use highspeed
steel and why.
conditions led to the hairline cracks in this very large wood
a technical discussion on prevention and possible fixes.
article looks to history for a little lesson in using hot hide glue and
to apply veneer.
carved work deserves a deft touch with the spray gun. Here are
some tips for
feathering in the finish.
it comes to CNC table size, is bigger better? Larger tables
and material savings for a moderate increase in
mirror on the wall, which of these medicine cabinet door
constructions is the
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carving and sculpting
Cook's Saw Mfg. features videos on hydraulic sawmills, personal
edgers, cat claw band blade sharpeners, and
semi-auto dual tooth setters. The
video links are found on the
individual machinery pages. To view the videos,
click on the link
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nice before-and-after project starts out with a tired old kitchen,
with a sparkly new one.
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