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These PVC porch columns were constructed to
conceal the structural
posts within. Learn about the process at the Project
This knotty alder bar project has the builder in a knot regarding the incorporation
of a rustic design. Suggestions are made to achieve rugged construction along
with a rustic look.
to build a vacuum pod system, but not sure how? The advice from these
including a neat PVC pod setup, should point you in the right direction.
an L-shaped desktop – is it feasible? Some say yes, others no. The always
critical topic of wood movement is considered.
and maintaining a broad clientele can be difficult, as this cabinetmaker
out. Others offer guidance on how to diversify your customer base and not
leave all of your eggs in one basket.
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Fabrication Specialists Inc. produces fine architectural
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What starts out as a question about energy
usage of various equipment turns
into a detailed discussion comparing CNC
equipment with other choices in
terms of efficiency and output.
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describe various ways to quickly position and fasten new
drawer fronts on
an existing cabinet for a refacing job.
card sales: pain in the butt, or potential profit? Here are some ways
the process if you choose to accept payment by plastic.
Building a TV cabinet into a room corner is a little bit like that square peg/round
hole problem... Here, cabinetmakers share their experiences making it work.
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