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Shop Facility Size Poll
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This finisher is trying to find out what industry standard
tests are available for matching shades of colors. Check
out the suggestions from fellow finishers.
How does a large cabinet shop allocate hours for production
of face frame cabinets without a CNC machine? See if the
advice shared can get this cabinetmaker on
Going from general contractor to furniture
seem like a big transition. However, the consensus is
it may be harder than first thought - check out the
Water in the airlines to a new bander is the problem at hand.
Follow the suggestions on how to eliminate this problem.
This Curved Wall Cabinet was recently posted at
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Recent Additions to
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Seven Trees Woodworking
Viking Mat Company
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A finisher receives advice about making repairs to a piece
that's not an antique, but looks a lot like one.
Finishers consider the practical and esthetic
dull, satin, and glossy wood finishes.
Making one cut for somebody who walks into your shop
isn't much of a money-maker. So what is it worth?
A shop that mass-produces cabinetry looks for a way to
speed up its finishing operation.
Woodworkers debate the pros and cons of various wood
species compared to plastic or modified wood.
Accu-Router, Inc. features features CNC router
view the video, click on the link below and scroll down to
the Accu-Router, Inc. video link:
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