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Offline jobsworth

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Re: Better Methods for Building Cabinets
« Reply #30 on: May 25, 2018, 11:34 AM »
Thanks for sharing the video.  A video always makes things clearer.  Is that you in the video?  It's cool getting to see what a poster looks like in real life!

Looks like you have a executive profile like I do  [big grin]

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Re: Better Methods for Building Cabinets
« Reply #31 on: June 08, 2018, 09:55 PM »
I ordered both books and they arrived today, thanks so much for featuring a few books for newbies like me to get into cabinet making.   [big grin]

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Re: Better Methods for Building Cabinets
« Reply #32 on: June 08, 2018, 10:47 PM »
I ordered both books and they arrived today, thanks so much for featuring a few books for newbies like me to get into cabinet making.   [big grin]
@SilviaS7 - nice of you to comment. Your interest is exactly why we chose to add these book offerings to our website. Between actively participating on the FOG and referring to your new library additions you'll be well on your way.

After you have taken a closer look at your books it would be great if you would share your experience via a REVIEW on our TSOproducts.com website BOOKS product page. - Tell it as you see it with the idea of helping others.

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Re: Better Methods for Building Cabinets
« Reply #33 on: June 13, 2018, 07:43 PM »
I ordered both books and they arrived today, thanks so much for featuring a few books for newbies like me to get into cabinet making.   [big grin]
@SilviaS7 - nice of you to comment. Your interest is exactly why we chose to add these book offerings to our website. Between actively participating on the FOG and referring to your new library additions you'll be well on your way.

After you have taken a closer look at your books it would be great if you would share your experience via a REVIEW on our TSOproducts.com website BOOKS product page. - Tell it as you see it with the idea of helping others.

Hans

Hi Hans!  I just left a review for the Paolini book.  It's truly a great resource.  I don't have anyone in my family or circle of friends who is in the trades so I'm often trying to look things up online or find Youtube videos to help me understand something I want to try.  What a lot of those things miss is explaining the vocabulary relative to the task as well as the "why" to many parts of the process.  Paolini's book is perfect for me, because it really explains everything there is to know about building cabinets.  I haven't even watched the DVD yet but I'm very happy with just the content of the book alone.  Thank you so much for finding and featuring a book like this for someone like me, it's basically taken all of the things I would have had to research independently and put them into one great reference.

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Re: Better Methods for Building Cabinets
« Reply #34 on: June 13, 2018, 09:27 PM »
@SilviaS7  - thank you for your REVIEW on TSO's website product page - it will go public tomorrow. Your post on this thread makes a good point about vocabulary for newcomers to woodworking. Seems every human activity develops a vocabulary of its own to make it easier / quicker for the insiders to communicate - at the expense of newcomers. We'll keep that in mind as we write explanatory copy.

And there are purchasers of these books out there from whom REVIEWS would be helpful - how about following Silvia's example and point out what you found helpful  and what may be missing for your needs.

Hans
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