Retired furniture/ cabinet maker/ restoration specialist. Had a sole proprietor shop in Illinois for over 15 years, sold it, moved to a barrier island in sunny Florida and never looked back- Beachside Hank
About my shop
I have a Garshop- a small 10X20 single car garage, but in my demented mind it's about 1,200 square feet.
Good day, How is everything with you, I picked interest on you after going through your short profile and deemed it necessary to write you immediately. I have something very important to disclose to you, but I found it difficult to express myself here, since it's a public site. Could you please get back to me on my private email:(firstname.lastname@example.org) for the full details? Have a nice day and God bless you, Elizabeth
Hi, Hank: I just saw your 3-part series on how to use the joiner. I'm a relative novice in comparison to you. I just purchased a joiner (not here yet, won the bid on e-bay) and would like to learn to use it constructing my EASELS which you can see here: www.myeaselapps.com
I need to improve these, and will be adding alot more product to the site in the coming week - but after that I will be 'joining' them with biscuits - and I am a bit at a loss still exactly how to do it -- some are at an 18 degree angle, but I am likely to go to 20 or 22 degrees on some as well. I also want to learn to use the joiner on my cabinets (I also have to improve my finishes which I have done some in this latest round. I would like your thoughts on how to improve as you may have time. Thanks, Mike.