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01: Bruce Hamm

 

 

FABNET PRO is Moving to a New Site

 

 

FabNetPRO.com

 

 

You are invited to come to the new site. It has been redesigned with enhanced speed, updated features and advanced optimized search.

 

 

CLICK HERE to retrieve your USERNAME. Just type in your email and we will send your username with a link to reset your password. If you have already logged into FABNET PRO you do not need to reset your password.

 

 

Please note, if you do not have your current email, you will need to send your email address and username to andy@fabnetpro.com . I will personally reset your email and username.

 

 

Hope everyone likes the new website,

 

 

Andy


  Blog

Entries for August 2008

30

Betterly coving routers are an indespesible tool for the solid surface shop.  The cove router has been overhauled from its original design to be a powerful, well designed tool for any coving application.


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29

Do you have a problem keeping the cuff attached to the end of your Festool Vacuum hose? Although you can't merely screw it back on, there is a way to fix it.


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24

Back in April, Mr. Tom Stoffel, President of Betterly Tools, offered to send a Betterly Stacc-Vac Router Base to a fabricator for review. I took him up on his offer.


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Posted in: All, Product Review
20

There are a number of challenges you may run into as a fabricator involving adhesives and seams. Many of them can be easily solved through double-checking manufacturer instructions and checking the adhesive for correct...


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20

How to sand a solid surface top and what type of paper to use are probably the most controversial subjects in this industry. Every one seems to have an approach that works for...


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Posted in: All, Jon Olson
17

Stickers are probably the last thing on your mind as a countertop fabricator.   Placed on the "Save Material" and the Trivet set, you can keep your customer prepared and your company name in front of satisfied customers.


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07

Using modern seaming clamps requires a certain amount of space to attach the device . But, when space is limited, such as when seaming a 3-in. piece of solid surface to an edge or economics do not afford the use of such a device, using “seam chips” is a good alternative that our shop continues to use.


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