Does anyone know of any websites to design furniture for free?A website that might allow you to blue-print your projects? Also, how about room design? I have a job (possibly) in a couple of months,…Continue
Started this discussion. Last reply by John Harrison Feb 14.
I'd like to apologize to everyone for my absence. It's been a good 6 months since I was active on here. I had a battle with A typical Pneumonia for a couple of months, but it wasn't as bad as it…Continue
Started this discussion. Last reply by Jens Jensen Jan 5.
Of all the tools I own (and I own a lot), One is a part of every project. My Kreg Jig.
As a small buisness owner, it is important to know you have all the right tools for each job. Without the proper tools, projects take longer, or the quality of the job can suffer... And that doesn't look good for anyone.
I stand behind every piece of hardwood furniture I make with a Lifetime Warranty. And because I do this, I rely on product and tools I can count on, day in and day out. Recently, the pastic slide on my Kreg Jig broke. A quick phone call to Kreg Service Dept, and 2 days later, my Kreg Jig was good as NEW..... And it didn't cost me a dime! "Stand behind what you do or step aside", that's what I say. I will eventually invest in every product Kreg has to offer. Not just because it's a great tool, but because they stand behind there product & I can count on them. Just as my customers can count on me.
Harrison Signature Woods
So many tools. So little time.
Craftsman, Makita, Skil, Bosch, DeWalt, Hitachi, Porter Cable, Dremel, Delta, Metabo, Black & Decker, General, Ryobi, Milwaukee, Kobalt.......
With all of the options out there, what's your preference? Why do you like the particular brand? And, which brands would you stay away from and why?
Personally, I have my own favorites in a variety of areas. For hand tools, I lean toward Craftsman. Power tools, DeWalt…Continue
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