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After surfacing, this white hard maple is off in color. The
Wood Doc explains how the drying process affects color.
This poster has always outsourced his doors. Now he's
added a couple of shapers and is making doors in-shop
but the stile and rail cutters are different from his
setup. See if the advice shared can set him straight.
What is the effect of roller blade guides on blade life?
This engineer is looking to find out, with advice from
the Wood Doc.
A variation between identically specified stained wood for
this interior atrium bridge is the issue at hand. Follow along
and see how fellow finishers would deal with the
Wood veneer artwork was recently posted at the Project Gallery:
Recent Additions to
the Woodworkers Directory
The following companies recently created
free web pages at the
Woodworkers Directory. Create yours at:
Long Island Kitchen and Bath
Joe Hubbard Custom Mica Works
DeRosso Finishing Co.
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Knowledge Base Highlights
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Here are some tips on using shims to tweak
configuration of pocket holes produced by a boring machine.
This two-man cabinet business is given advice
on how to
build name recognition and make personal contacts.
A cabinetmaker receives help identifying a production defect
in doors he bought from another shop.
Is it worth taking a class on touching up finishes?
Find out below.
How do you build arched top windows that will fit into a
curved wall? A book recommendation and some general
Veneer Systems Inc. features a Hofer Koptronik
clamp demo. To view the video, click on the link below
and scroll down to the Veneer Systems Inc. video link:
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