Monthly Archives: August 2015

Last notes, Interior Finish, Aug 31, 2015

Here are the last (?) notes you should remember when proceeding to your exam.  They should be remembered because this list represents specific details I will be looking for…among all the other “big picture” items: Again, I love questions…they help clarify … Continue reading

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Interior Finish, cope cut, Aug 27, 2015

Another updated post: The cope cut is the last step in this project.  I will make some pieces that you can work with.  A lot of you will struggle with this, so the best way to get good at it … Continue reading

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Interior Finish, Door 3, Aug 27, 2015

(I have added some photos to update this post) The third in a series regarding door installation. In “Door 1”, I discussed the preparation of the jambs – sort of like “pre-hanging” the door so that it can be carried to the … Continue reading

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Interior Finish: Door 2, Aug 27, 2015

The second in a series regarding door installation. In my last post I discussed the preparation of the jambs – sort of like “pre-hanging” the door so that it can be carried to the site where you will be installing … Continue reading

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Interior Finish – Door 1, Aug 26, 2015

(This is the edited version of the original….I took some photos last class with the cooperation of various students and have inserted them). I originally thought I make three posts for this “demo”….I have already dealt with the window extensions … Continue reading

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Interior Finish – window extensions, Aug 25, 2015

Today we worked hard at finishing the sheds and then I did a demo regarding some of the work that you will be required to accomplish for the final exam….we are in that preparatory time and you have about 4 … Continue reading

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Interior Finish, Aug. 24, 2015

Sometimes there is a full circle in life when you just realize that, unintentionally, you have imitated what has successfully worked in the past. This happened to me last week: I was sitting in my chair and and reflecting at … Continue reading

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