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Refinishing - rather
than replacing - a vintage kitchen required
matching a door and a door pull
that were both out of production.
Here's how Russell Hudson's shop tackled
Clients with unreasonable
post-install punchlists are causing this
cabinetmaker some grief - and his
profits are plummeting. What
waterbased finishes are the wave of the future, now's the time to
Whether you're just starting down this road,
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up a whole-shop dust collection system is a complicated
matter. This shop owner
has proposed a design... Help him
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to width on the job site often leaves blade marks on the
edges of your boards.
What's the solution: a hand plane, a more
suitable blade, or...?
Jamon Schlimgen produces custom cabinetry and millwork,
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The structural considerations involved in making
a glued-up stringer
for a curved staircase range from suitable materials to
does a sawyer love best, even more than a perfect veneer log?
His log truck,
of course. Pros share pictures of their souped up, tricked
out, heavy duty
haulers right here:
options and efficiency issues are considered in this article
on setting up
a CNC router to round over furniture part edges, after
cutting the shape.
choices and joinery details for fancy custom garden gates
are reviewed here.
The goal is to construct an entry that will
stand up to the elements.
skilled cabinetmaker gets help with his weak area: pricing and
This advice aims to get him bidding quicker, and
The architect wants a "brushed-on" look for his cabinets — but how
can it be
created with modern, kitchen-worthy finishes?
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Timesavers Inc. features
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