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Wooden Bench With Sapele Veneer Gets Curved Finish: Part 2

By Jared Patchin Posted: 07/06/2012 10:55AM

In this second installment regarding the manufacturing of the curved shoe bench, we glue the EconoKore, deal with clamp distribution and adhere the inner sheet of veneer.

How to Find Cabinetry Jobs? Look at Building Permits

By Jared Patchin Posted: 06/23/2012 1:17PM

To find cabinets projects, we used to cold call, but that was hit or miss. Now we study building permits, research the builder and see if its a fit. This has led to cabinet projects, referrals and requests for quotes.

Large Ash Wood Table Sanded, Sealed and Delivered

By Jared Patchin Posted: 06/06/2012 9:39AM

This second entry regarding the large Ash wood table outlines the final woodworking steps that led to its completion.

Ash Wood Table Used Euro-ply Panel Torsion Box: Sweet!

By Jared Patchin Posted: 05/23/2012 11:59AM

I built an Ash wood dining table with a torsion box top using Euro-Ply. Ever since I used it for a job of 26 thick desk tops, I've been in love with this wood panel material!

Wood Shops: Get Leaner, Greener, and Red White and Blue

By Jared Patchin Posted: 05/11/2012 4:00PM

No matter how good you think your woodshop business may be, there are always techniques and strategies that can be implemented to improve efficiency.

Success for Wood Shops: Know Your Market, Innovate, Manage Costs

By Jared Patchin Posted: 05/04/2012 4:00PM

How can small businesses, including woodshops, succeed in a global economy? Know your market and stay in front, remain flexible and manage labor costs.

Running a Wood Business in a Tough Economy

By Jared Patchin Posted: 04/27/2012 10:47AM

Searching for information on domestic and exotic hardwoods, I found this article about how small businesses can succeed in a global economy. The headlines resonated with the particulars of my custom wood business.

My Table Saw Almost Got Me

By Jared Patchin Posted: 02/03/2012 11:25AM

Woodworking is not the safest thing. There is a chance to smash, cut, slice, and grind your fingers. I plan on building custom furniture for a very long time, and on dying with all 10 fingers intact.

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