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I'm John Marsh owner of Woodjam Products. It has come to my attention that my products have been discussed many times on this and other forums without any real answers being offered. I'm here to clear up any questions or concerns that you may have.

I would like to personally thank Mike and Mike from the thread, Raised Panels: Router vs. Table saw, for taking their time to discuss this matter with me. I appreciate all they have said and done.

I have 40 years experience in the trades, 30 of them as a cabinet maker. Hopefully, I can have a positive impact on this forum. I also teach private cabinet making classes.

Woodjam Products came about as a result of a wood shop accident, in which I avulsed the skin on my finger tips on a shaper. Hence, is why I am so safety oriented with all of my procedures and incorporate this into all of my products.












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Glad you have joined us John.

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Welcome John,

Enjoyed the phone call last night. We seemed to have clicked right off and I am sure your experience will be welcome here.

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John Marsh, I just want know where you live, when do hold classes, and what are costs? I am so far removed from woodworking I can hardly make a splinter without causing my wife to make fun of me. All I have ever done is twist nuts and bolts to repair this or that. However, this and that never had the word wood connected to it.

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Good afternoon Frank,

I live in Maumee Ohio. I generally hold classes on Saturdays. Occasionally I do teach during the week because of work schedules. Typically my students have the knowledge to build cabinets and face frames, make and install doors and drawers in about two or three hours depending on their experience that they may already have with their tools and equipment.

"Once you have the knowledge all it takes is practice"

Even though we are literally a great distance apart, I have started a new program using FaceTime and Skype, which has been working very well and may interest you. I'm very confident that I can teach you the wonderful world of cabinet making. In my world, no one is so far removed from woodworking.

"All anyone needs is a open mind and a desire to learn"


Sorry it took me a few days to get back with you.
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Rick Rosendahl of the Router Workshop is also teaching with Face Time. He can be contacted at Routerworkshop.net

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