In this issue:
Built Equipment Feature
This mobile Nyle dehumification kiln is side-loading
and was built
from an old shipping container.
If you had to deliver a large commercial
job of heavy, delicate, expensive
pieces, how would you protect them? The product needs to make it from
the shop to the city and up the freight elevator in perfect condition...
For a few months, a strange texture has been
showing up in this shop's
painted finish. What could be the cause?
What's the best method for leveling cabinets?
From leg levelers to ledger boards
and ladder bases, here's a host of opinions.
After losing out on a custom moulding job,
this shop would like to learn about
the pricing structure other businesses use.
This issue of the WOODWEB Update is
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Manufacturer of CNC routers, inverted routers, and routing accessories
- Video Demos Online
- Machine Specifications
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- User Testimonials
Web Marketing 101
I've been hearing that paying to "boost"
your facebook posts is
worthwhile. So it may be time to direct some of your ad budget
to facebook. Shared by Jim Roberts of Roberts WebForge.
and Pinterest are the King and Queen of Social Referrals
This contemporary, European oak staircase
was part of a complete
renovation in France.
Knowledge Base Highlights
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A basic question about whether oil finishes
are compatible with
waterborne stains kicks off a long technical discussion of the theory
and practice of staining.
Thoughts on whether, and when in the finishing
process, to caulk
small cracks in frame-and-panel doors.
Here's an extensive discussion of the practicalities
of designing and building
a good spray booth in the cabinet shop.
The best course may be to hire a pro who
has the right equipment and
experience. But failing that, here are some ideas about finishing maple
with wipe-on products.
A good dust collection system should capture
most of the dust, but
you may still want backup filtration just to clean the shop air.
What's the best way to get a heavy, expensive
Sub-Zero or Wolf fridge
or range off the truck and into the house? Short answer: pay somebody
else to do it.
Baker Products features videos of edgers,
notchers, planers, re-saws,
sawmills, and more. To view the videos, click on the link below and scroll
down to the Baker Products video link:
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