Kevin Fristad, John Ward
Cabinetmaking Procedures for the Small Shop
Commercial Techniques that Really Work
This practical manual explains how to keep the work flowing and how to keep the quality high in a custom cabinet shop. Emphasizes sound craftmanship, smart planning, accurate measurements, and organized workflow.
Managing the transition from amateur to production cabinetmaking. An amateur cabinetmaker, no matter how skillful, runs into a whole new set of problems when he or she takes on a large project-building all the cabinets for a kitchen or a study, for example-or ventures into cabinetmaking as a commercial venture. For these larger production projects, the issues of accurate and consistent measurement, standardization, efficiency, and procedure become crucial. This practical manual explains how to keep the work flowing and how to keep the quality high in a custom cabinet shop.
|Small||8.5" x 11"|
|Author||Kevin Fristad, John Ward|
|Author||John Ward, Kevin Fristad|
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