For part one you will have to go the the discussion section as ning will not allow me to post two parts at once Part two of two. By determining how long and wide the door needs to be. A normal and good working size for rails and stiles is 2"…Continue
Started this discussion. Last reply by james wilhelm Apr 19, 2015.
PAGE ONE OF A TWO PART DISCUSSION BUILDING CABINET DOORS AND HANGING DOORS: Attention Andy Harris Andy, in answer to your question about using cope and stile bits, is a pretty straight forward process. It is, with one exception, a two router bit…Continue
Started Apr 19, 2015
Recently was involved is a discussion about hanging cabinets and noted that some do not know how this it to be done in a safe manner. Hung wrong on a wall is a dangerous situation in a home, business or shop and anyplace where people may be…Continue
Started this discussion. Last reply by Jay Boutwell Apr 22, 2015.
Here is a tip for those of you that have experienced the problem with clamping up an item that is hard or impossible to use clamps on, use black electrician's tape. Wrap the tape and stretch it tight as you wrap. Because it is flexible it will…Continue
Started this discussion. Last reply by Jay Boutwell Mar 28, 2015.
I saw this tool in operation and after all the years that I have been exposed to the table saw dangers this product impressed me the most. I think it would be of benifit for all of us to watch this in operation and it is reasonable in price as well. Much better than any push stick or…Continue
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