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Of the many tools available to a woodworker, one that they really hate to use is the mechanic's lien.  I am currently learning the ropes on how it works.When you start a project you truly hope that things will go smoothly.  The objective is to provide value to the client that they are willing to ...
03/15/2007
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Here is an example of a seam (the thin verticle line to the left of the hinge) between two stock cabinets that have face frames.  Since each cabinet is made independently, they each come with their own frame.  That means when you put them together in an assembly, you have to butt the two frames t...
03/15/2007
Another characteristic to look for to distinguish custom cabinetry from stock is the size of the cabinets, particularly their widths.  Most stock cabinets, being made first and then sold, limit their range of products to certain sizes, for example, three inch increments such as 12", 15", 18", 21"...
03/03/2007
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I didn't grow up in the woodworking business.  I came into the woodworking business from being a small business consultant.  That has given me a different perspective, a perspective of seeing things for the first time, dramatically rather than through a slowly evolving process.Although I always h...
03/01/2007
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