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Vorst Custom Cabinets of
Findlay, OH, designs and builds projects in their 5800 square
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system and Weaver door making system) at:
kiln drying systems - vacuum and dehumidification - are compared in this thread.
including equipment, energy, labor and maintenance are under investigation.
marks, be gone! If you have a tried and true method - or a magic trick - for
these blemishes so they don't mar a black and white gloss finish, share
a large white oak log to minimize twist is the object in this thread. Why do
trees spiral in one direction or another? Ideas are being offered up...
jointer knives while the machine is running: can it be done? And more
is it a really bad idea?
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archived episodes of All About Tools Live. Topics include
laminate tools, clamps, seam cutting and pulling, abrasives and
planers, particulates, solid surface corners, vacuum molding and forming,
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some advice on setting up shapers to consistently produce mouldings that
identical to a previous run.
intersections tighter than 45 degrees call for tricky chop-saw technique.
advice on jigs from a few trim carpenters.
on how to organize CAD drawings for simple workflow, clear visualization,
avoidance of confusion and errors are presented here.
long thread on bandmill workflow covers stacking and laying out logs and
for loading, edging, sawing, and off-loading efficiently.
Cabinetmakers grapple with the issues raised by installing unfinished cabinetry
an unheated house, mid-project.
a detailed discussion of edgebander characteristics, for a shop owner who's
to make a purchase decision.
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A line of simple to operate and highly
reliable Venturi vacuum transfer tubes
that have no moving parts, cannot overheat,
and feature a straight-through
interior for conveying powders, pellets, wood
chips, and non-caustic fumes
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This hanging mahogany bookcase stores hardcovers
and sheds light on its
owners as they read in bed...
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