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Rockler Launches Web App To Simplify Cabinet Door-making

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How can you help? Wish list from local nonprofit organizations, April 5

...takes care of all the calculations so users can focus on building their custom doors. Medina, MN (PRWEB) April 02, 2015 Rockler Woodworking and Hardware has launched a powerful new Web-based application that makes it much easier for woodworkers and do-it-yourselfers to design and build perfect frame-and-panel cabinet doors. The Woodshop Calculator (http://www.woodshopcalculator.com) guides users step by step through the design process. It prompts them to choose from seven different door styles, enter a few basic dimensions for the cabinet opening and door parts and specify the overlay or inset desired. The calculator takes those figures and instantly generates a complete plan for the door that includes a cut list detailing the measurements of each part and how many of each are needed. Users can print out the plan and cut list to have with them when they buy materials and machine parts. "This online software saves time, frustration and money," said Steve Krohmer, Rockler's vice president for product marketing and strategy.
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Strolling dinner to benefit St. Andrews church - Saline Reporter - Heritage Newspapers

Imagine while savoring hearty tapas small plates catered by The Movable Feast, sample a host of exciting wines and craft beers from around the corner and around the world, place your bids on Silent Auction Treasures that have been donated by Saline and Ann Arbor area businesses. Auction items include, but are not limited to: 2 framed prints by Dianna Wallace Soisson; a night stay at Comfort Inn, South State Street location; a fresh bread basket by Eds Breads; certificates for an in-home woodworking planes wine tasting sponsored by Wines for Humanity; free appetizer and dessert cards from Bravo Cucina Italiana; a night stay at the Hilton Gardens Briarwood; a garden patio miniature by Cecis Miniatures; Knights Barbecue for 8 to 10 guests from Knights Bar/Restaurant; a financial basket by Millio & Associates; a nigh stay at Towne Suites Briarwood; a bucket of tools from Junga Ace Hardware; dinner for two at the Brecon Grill; large floral bouquet and gift certificate Lillys Fresh Flowers. Other generous items have been contributed by: B&K Woodworking, Sewing Hebits, Marks Coney Island, Saline UPS Store, Bennys Bakery, Natures Gardens, Dr.Jean Lesch, DDS: Farmers Insurance, Saline Flowerland.
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For further information on RTG, visit www.racinetheatre.org. RADD The following is a wish list of items for RADD (Recreational Activities for the Developmentally Disabled), a nonprofit agency which provides individuals with developmental disabilities the opportunity to develop physical, social, emotional, vocational and leisure skills that can be applied across home, school, work and community settings. We are dedicated to promoting health and wellness among our clientele and are a long standing Partner Provider of United Way of Racine County.
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Danny R. Cast - News - Sturgis Journal - Sturgis, MI - Sturgis, MI

email Internment will be in White Pigeon Township Cemetery following the funeral. Afterward, a luncheon will be served at the church, 15765 Hoffman Road, across from the UAW Hall, in Three Rivers. Memorials may be directed to Three Rivers Health and Hospice for who we give thanks for their wonderful care, or The American Cancer Society.
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