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I can answer questions regarding woodworking, cabinetmaking, architectural woodwork (interior and exterior), and the design of same. PLEASE provide photos whenever possible.
I have 25 years experience as a professional woodworker and cabinetmaker. I have a lot of experience in the design and fabrication of casework (built-ins, bookcases, entertainment centers) as well as free-standing furnishings including beds, tables, etc.
Author: "Architectural Woodwork - Details for Construction" published by Van Nostrand Reinhold (now Wiley).
BS Cornell University.
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David, First off, the ceiling appears to be unevenly-spaced in relation to the top of the cabinets. This may be one of the reasons that the original installer left the gap, instead of trying to fit
Sarah, There are a couple of drawbacks to leaving indoor woodwork unfinished: (1) The pine will get dirty from skin oils, pets, or other things that might come in contact with it. And because it
Prashant, A standard painting practice here, especially for new work, is to apply the paint with a sprayer then "back roll" with a paint roller which is wetted with paint. This helps to even out the
Prashant, Yes, but the equipment and the paint is typically very different for these two operations.
Kevin, I've seen this before. It is usually caused by the blade being slightly off-parallel from the direction of the cut. Use a good straightedge and re-position the shaft or the carriage so it is
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