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Synonyms for cabinetmaker

a woodworker who specializes in making furniture

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EuroButt II is very practical to cabinetmakers who don't want to or can't use a butt hinge," he says.
EXaMPLE testimonials include: "Due to the support and flexibility shown by Nacro when a young person I referred, who had many diffi-culties in behaviour, they dealt with " In 2000, after deciding he needed the certainty of a steady regular income, Heath applied for a job as a cabinetmaker at Mark Asplin Whiteley Limited.
When the book was first published in 1966, Montgomery attributed the work to a then-unknown cabinetmaker, likely from Hartford or Providence.
Mahoney, who previously worked as a cabinetmaker and wood shop teacher in California, moved the company to Grand Junction in 2008 and now has three employees helping him crank out 2,500 longboards annually.
English, an author, cabinetmaker, furniture builder, and woodturner who teaches furniture design and building and woodturning at the Black Hills School of Woodworking, offers a guide to using carbide tools in woodturning projects of every level of difficulty, from a simple hickory candlestick to complex compound hollow vessels.
A cabinetmaker in central Indiana makes the bases and frames.
The considerable skill evident in his Canadian furniture suggests he was thoroughly trained as a cabinetmaker in his homeland before emigrating to Canada.
There is no going past Reiner St|eckle Cabinetmaker, a new outfit based in North Shields, when it comes to handcrafted joinery.
Ken Geisen has been a cabinetmaker in North Branch, MN, for 20 years.
James, a former cabinetmaker, was devastated when he was laid off last year, just two weeks before Christmas with an 18-month-old child to take care of.
It is long overdue, especially as Boulle may indeed be 'the most celebrated cabinetmaker of all time', as President Sarkozy claims in his foreword to the catalogue.
But it is always possible to commission a modern cabinetmaker to build something similar for you, to the exact size needed.
By combining a close-stool and set of stairs the cabinetmaker of the example illustrated here produced a piece of furniture with two purposes, and practical even today.
Cabinetmaker Thomas Chippendale refused to use any wood other than mahogany.