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  1. Tools & Equipment
    Went on a little road trip today to Toledo, Ohio for a hunting trip. What was I hunting? Well, old cast iron wood working machinery. I bought an Oliver 144-8D, 8" jointer and much to my surprise, as I thought it was already sold, a 18" Delta Wedge bed planer.
  2. New Member Introductions
    Hello everyone. I just signed up for this site, based on a reccomendation from a friend who has has good experiences with this place. He also said he has found invaluable insight and help from the members here. I hope to have the same experience. I've been building custom store fixtures in...
  3. New Member Introductions
    Stephens and Sons Builders was founded by Mike Stephens in 1996. We are a 100% family owned and operated general contracting company. Being family owned allows us to work one on one with the client, and provide individual attention to each project. Our company specializes in residential...
  4. Electrical
    I'm looking to run a new dedicated circuit for trash compactor in the kitchen I'm just curious on how you all pull your wires behind cabinets near the ceiling or do you just remove the cabinets, drill your holes and then reinstall the cabinets after the wire is pulled? Whats the trick? Thank you.
  5. New Member Introductions
    Hmmm. Always a bit tricky to summarize your whole life in a paragraph or less. My name is Mark I'm a cabinet maker in beautiful Dana Point, CA. I primarily do custom furniture and that is where I have the most fun. But cash wise cabinets, built-ins and re-purposing is where I get the most...
  6. Finish Carpentry
    Message deleted by original poster. I was hoping for more, but should have expected less. My post was clearly foolish.
  7. New Member Introductions
    Hi, I'm Paul Lancaster, living and working in the Jackson, MS area. I have 18 years experience as a machinist, and the last 7 years manufacturing cabinet doors and millwork mostly on CNC machines. Always looking for a place to learn a few more tricks and pass a few on when I can.
  8. Carpentry
    I would like to thank JUMBOJACK BOBS LANDSCAPING BuiltByMac Workaholic And ChainsawCharlie For screwing up another good thread! Way to go... Maybe some day you will grow up and contribute to this forum instead of screwing it up for everyone. At least (I) try! No... Tried.
  9. Kitchens & Baths
    Hello, I've been installing wood floors for the last 7 yrs., before that did a lot of casework and finish carpentry. While doing installation of casework for hospitals, colleges, etc. my company paid on the rate scale per/hr. on the East coast. Here's what I'm looking at now: I have benn...
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