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Mike Dils of Sun Lakes, Arizona, found himself in a fight for his life, and his family was given a dire prognosis. Paralyzed with a rare disorder known as Locked-In Syndrome, he was unable to move—but fully conscious. Eventually using woodworking as part of his recovery therapy, Mike's will to live has allowed him to enjoy life, family and his hobby once again. 

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Painting kitchen cabinets is a big job, but it can transform the look of your kitchen at a fraction of the cost of new cabinets. It may sound daunting, but breaking it down into bite-size steps can take away the fear factor.

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This article article shows you how to cover your refrigerator with wood.

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Homeofficecabinets

A flexible design for today’s totally wired family.

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Woodworkers love to make things that nobody else can figure out, such as wooden puzzles or mechanical toys.

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Cabinetmaking as a skill set has so many facets that almost any woodworker with a decent level of interest, and a modest number of tools, can become competent in some part of the field.

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Avoid snipped ends and spreading panel joints by springing your joints.

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Measuring tools such as tapes are essential to woodworking success, but there are ways to simplify measuring, and transferring measurements, that also help to prevent transfer mistakes.

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Factors you should consider while choosing cabinet hinges.

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They are known by many different names: Euro hinges, cup hinges, 32mm hinges, hidden hinges, and other aliases. Like secret agents, these fascinating bits of hardware do their work quietly and without drawing any attention to themselves. Instead, they keep the accent on your cabinet.

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