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Like many of FastCap’s products, this one was invented by a cabinetmaker looking to streamline his production process.
If you’ve ever had to lie on your back inside a cabinet to snug up a joint in a laminate countertop, you know what a pain those traditional draw bolts are.
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We run a full-service remodeling company with a division solely dedicated to kitchen and bathroom remodels.
SawStop has introduced a new 3-hp 230-volt Professional Cabinet Saw aimed at low-volume shops.
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Build great-looking kitchens with these simple, efficient methods.
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To control the finished look of custom kitchens, keep cabinet construction in-house.
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