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An artisan specializing in making fine articles of wooden furniture.

cab′i·net·mak′ing n.
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(ˈkæb ə nɪtˌmeɪ kər)

a person who makes fine furniture and other woodwork.
cab′i•net•mak`ing, n.
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Noun1.cabinetmaker - a woodworker who specializes in making furniturecabinetmaker - a woodworker who specializes in making furniture
woodworker, woodman, woodsman - makes things out of wood
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Fuchs had been apprenticed to a cabinetmaker in the old country and was very handy with tools.
Her husband, a cabinetmaker, made four francs a day at his trade; but as they had three children, it was all that they could do to gain an honest living.
This was a time of unprecedented growth in personal wealth as craftsmen, cabinetmakers, joiners, upholsterers, and gilders all worked to provide the new, lighter furniture for the country estates, London mansions and palaces of their patrons.
Wood Ed simulates four different types of machines (band saws, rip saws, planers and routers) and several exercises to train cabinetmakers and carpenters in manipulating equipment in a secure way.
ofsted quotes about Nacro included: Mark Asplin Whiteley Limited, which has been crafting high quality bespoke pieces of furniture for clients all over the world, is looking to apprenticeships to help halt the decline in the numbers of skilled cabinetmakers.
"The Scandinavian tradition is rooted in a sincere devotion to the crafts, with a strong focus on using good materials and creating designs that last," says Bjerre-Poulsen, who traces these qualities to a "socialist and humanist design spirit." Despite the robust legacy of their predecessors, however, the firm, which was founded in 2008, saw room for modern adaptations: "While cabinetmakers of the '50s had all their design done by hand, we have designed this collection to be optimized for CNC milling, so production is much more effective." Their goal for this collection, he says, was to create outdoor furniture with real staying power, beautiful enough for the interior.
Paul Downs, president of Paul Downs Cabinetmakers and keynoter at the 2014 Cabinets & Closets Conference a Expo, embodies the entrepreneurial spirit of the unique three-day event set for April 9-11 in Somerset, NJ.
Jackson said that, like most cabinetmakers of the period, Mr.
Potters, weavers, spinners, quilters, embroiderers, cabinetmakers, metalsmiths, clock-makers, gunsmiths, and artists are profiled, along with their most notable creations.
Associate Publisher Rich Christianson and Dave Skinner of the ACSP shed light on the affinity between cabinets and closet systems, and how cabinetmakers can implement
"We thought, 'What if we went and cut up a bunch of old barns?" They did exactly that and launched a line of ceramic-coated tile made from reclaimed barn wood (as well as a second line made from cabinetmakers' scrap).