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#1 posted 03-12-2019 09:06 PM

My supplier is who ever I buy something from, It could be Home Depot, cabinet parts, or somebody in in the next town over. It saves have to spell out a bunch of different names/places. It’s just a generic term. There is a place in Anchorage that caters to the cabinet makers in town. But it’s open for anybody pro, or hobbyist. The reason I say caters to cabinet makers is because of the materials they sell, not who they sell too.

AG, your right. My supplier would not do that, nor would I. ......Some people are more prone to go the extra mile to help insure success and some are not. it’s an individual choice. My method has a long history of working well for me. You are free to do it how you want. I’m not telling anyone how to do it, just how I do it.

My post are intended mostly for the OP. I’m trying to give him a long term picture of woodworking so maybe he can make a plan for the future . Something I wish I had when I started out. When I start out no one even had a computer. It was trial and error or something out of a magazine. Trial and error is a horrible waste of time and money.

Just like your way I believe in my way. My way has been a good way for me and that’s what my advice is based on.

I believe the OP’s question was already answered. It was “NO” the rest is just icing on the cake.

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