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Display Cases, collectors cabinets and showcases for home, business, church, museums and exhibition.www.displaycase-it.com
Find made to measure kitchen cupboard doors, bespoke doors and mdf panelling at JMF Doors. Let us help with your next DIY job today.www.jmf.uk.net
Lecterns, furniture makers , Quality bespoke lecterns, racks, credenzas and equipment trolleys.www.fbdesign.co.uk
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I am an antique collector and I have this gorgeous 150 year old Walnut Dresser with a bow that goes 5 feet above the dresser. While cleaning it today- a carved plaque peice fell off of it- and this is the center peice to the dresser. Luckily it didnt break it half! There is 150 year old glue on both the Bow and the Plaque. Should I sand both of these and then use wood glue and reglue this? Should I not sand? Im worried about the finish of the Bow. Just wanted a cabinet makers opinion or someone who works with wood.... Thanks!!!
I've been a cabinet maker for the past ten years and want to move into carpentry. Would I have to start off being an apprentice again or would I be able to slip into the system somewhere along the line? I'd be looking to become a house builder.
Im 19. I took a wood tech in high school and enjoyed it alot. Lately I have been thinking that being a cabinet maker might be the right job for me, because I am creative, like to put things together and I like to work independently. I do not have much experience at all and would need to be shown everything from the basics. Is this possible? Where would I start?
Hey, my dad's birthday is fast approaching and I want to get him a really good gift. He's a cabinet maker and I want to get him something he can use. Thanks everyone.
Attention Cabinet Makers! I would really value a professional's opinion. We are renovating our kitchen and would like to know what a flat panel door is made of? We want maple shaker cabinets, with a veneer covered center panel.
I went to add hardware (knobs) to my kitchen cabinets. As I was drilling I hit metal. Do Cabinet makers use metal for the manufacturing process? How do I know where the metal is so I can drill around it?
there going to be recesed in the wall so im not worried about the looks especially beacuse im going to paint them but i do care abut using the right thickness and grade to get the job done. im no cabinet maker but i do have the skill to do this nice. oh and any tips or suggestions while were at it for those who have expirience in such matters?
We are replacing drop in range with free standing and have to remove the cabinet box below. It is too tight for a jigsaw or circular saw. Will a sawzall cut it smooth enough? Will we be able to do it ourselves or should we have a cabinet maker do it??? Thanks Cyndi The oven has been removed-there are cabinets on both sides and formica countertop. I need to cut out the box (which was under the range) but the plywood runs all thru the entire bottom of that wall of cabinets..so I need to use a saw that can cut right up against the wall of the cabinets, to get it out. Then cut about 1 inch off the formica countertop and the new range will fit. I just dont know what is the best tool to use.
I have a small L shaped wall 17"deep by 3' wide. I don't want to waste any space, so I have had several ideas, a wall of cabinets seems to "busy", and if I just install a working countertop with cone lights overhead you would be working looking at a wall. I thought about asking the cabinet maker to put good locking wheels and 3 cabinets underneath, and then we could roll it into the center of the kitchen for serving or working and then lock it back against the wall when not in use. As I am typing I am also considering the wear and tear on the wall....... I have never heard of this done. any ideas?
~what harder to be a cabinet maker or an electrician ~in collage what program is longer and harder to take