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Custom Mahogany Windows Restored for Provo Tabernacle in Utah

By Brooks Gentleman Posted: 02/22/2015 12:39PM

In December of 2010, the Provo Tabernacle succumbed to a fire, leaving only a masonry shell. Over the past two years the site has been under construction where the construction team excavated 40 feet below the Temple to build two levels beneath the surface, a mammoth undertaking.

Why Laser Level Measuring Tools Are a Must in Setting Toe Kicks

By Jared Patchin Posted: 02/21/2015 10:29PM

In a high rise apartment cabinetry project, I learned concrete flooring is not self leveling. We connected all the toe kicks, and cried when we realized how bad the floor was. Bosch's laser level mounted on a tripod can avoid that pain.

Design = Images

By Denise Butchko Posted: 02/18/2015 9:13PM

Whether you’re making cabinets or making closets, you’re in the image business.

How Many Trips to the Charger To See if the Tool's Ready To Use

By Ethan Abramson Posted: 02/13/2015 1:40PM

Visiting the annual Bosch power tool roll-out, held last week in Las Vegas, a section was devoted to hands on demonstrations of the wireless battery charging system introduced in the fall. Here's why it's a game changer.

Dump Your Newsletter and Replace It With Visual Content

By Denise Butchko Posted: 02/13/2015 10:56AM

Designers, you want more engagement with your customers? Then add more images and visual content to your communications.

Modular Cabinets are Key to Long-Term Organization

By Randy Maxey Posted: 02/12/2015 4:43PM

Whether you’re trying to organize a production shop, garage shop, or your home, consider a modular cabinet design. It’s flexibility means you aren’t locked into a permanent arrangement of cabinets or their contents. It offers the most flexibility, ease of reconfiguring, and options for future expansion.

Wireless Chargers, Laser Measures & Spade Bits at Bosch Tool Fest

By Ethan Abramson Posted: 02/10/2015 10:06AM

When you build furniture, you end up tired, dirty, and sweaty. So a media tool roll-out was a nice change. I saw great blades and bits, and an awesome tech idea: wireless battery chargers.

Favorite Closet Things from Design and Construction Week

By Denise Butchko Posted: 02/04/2015 3:48PM

Designer Denise Butchko, Butchko & Co., reveals her list of favorite things seen during Design & Construction Week, held Jan. 20-22 in Las Vegas.

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