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Justin Fink visits Palermo, Maine, to help a veteran
designer and woodworker build classic bookcases on site
Justin Fink visits Palermo, Maine, to help a veteran designer and woodworker build classic bookcases on site
Among the details incorporated are sturdy outfeed support, compatibility with jigs, hold-downs, drawers, a power strip, and stops.
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Justin Fink travels to Wellesley, Mass., to watch a production crew frame and skin a house using Zip System sheathing and compatible seam tape.
Builder Gary Striegler shows off his favorite new secret-door hinges. The hardware can support a full-size bookcase, and it can be set for inswing or outswing to work with any project you can dream up.
Curious about what's possible when building a 21st-century house? Justin chats with architect Boyce Thompson and discovers how his new book helps people ask architects and builders the right questions to get the home of their dreams
Justin Fink talks with Scott Harris from Chief Architect to learn exactly what sets this software suite apart from traditional CAD programs
This detail from Green Building Advisor was the basis of our front wall design..
This is a 2D image of a sketchup model we used to mock up the front window in the Project House garage shop.
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