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  1. What To Avoid When Picking Timber For Your Woodworking Project


    Starting any woodworking project requires good wood. Knots, twists and other damage to timber will mess up your project before you even get started.
    Hereís what to look for when buying individual pieces of wood.

    Get picky when buying wood (no matter what the grade) and donít just settle for whatís on top. Inspect boards looking from one end to the other and note any warping, twisting or splits. Pass on those that arenít ...
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  2. Cashing in on Kitchen Cabinetry

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ID:	10066As a cabinet manufacturer or woodworking industry specialist, you must be on top of the latest trends and designs for all types of living spaces.

    According to a report done by the American Institute of Architects, outdoor living has emerged as the most popular special function room among homeowners in the second quarter of 2014.

    With the popularity of outdoor kitchens only continuing to grow each year, shouldnít you be thinking about what ...
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  3. Be-elastic makes tool-free furniture creation a Snap

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    With SNAP you can create endless solutions for your living space. You can transform any surface into a unique piece of furniture.

    SNAP is an assembly system that will enable you to design your space and change it whenever you want.

    What makes SNAP unique?

    VERSATILE USE: With SNAP you can transform any surface or board into a unique piece of furniture with many different functions. From a coffee table to a bench or from a TV ...
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    Furniture
  4. Make bland rooms better with instant architectural detail

    Summer is a great time to take on a DIY project. One way to spruce up your home is to add instant architectural detail to otherwise bland rooms. Architectural detail can come in various forms, from the more ornate, like columns and stone fireplaces, to the more basic, such as installing bead board or a simple chair railing.

    Installing bead board with the right tools can be an easy and affordable upgrade to any home, as with chair railing, which typically comes in long inexpensive strips. ...
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    Home Decor
  5. Build Useable Furniture With 3D Printable Modular Construction System

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    3D printed furniture has generally been a rather tough sell for most 3D printer owners.

    The main problem is size obviously, most desktop 3D printers have rather small build envelops, so in order for the users to make use of it the parts would have to be printed is smaller pieces and then joined.

    For many geometries, that is where the real problems begin. Parts would need to be connected with super glue or a bonding agent, which can often ...
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    Furniture
  6. How much should my new floor cost?

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    What is the right price to pay for flooring?

    Many homeowners fear they'll receive an inferior flooring product by paying too little, or get overcharged by unscrupulous contractors.

    For the average consumer, it's hard to know a good deal from a bad one.

    Carpet

    Unlike tile or wood flooring, which is priced by the square foot only, carpet is priced by the square yard or square foot, making an apples-to-apples comparison ...
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