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Clamp a Picture Frame the Old Fashioned Way

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Uploaded on Mar 21, 2007

It seems no woodworker ever has enough clamps. Master craftsman George Berry, "The Woodguy" shows how to clamp up a picture frame with clamps that you make yourself. George Berry, "The Woodguy", has a master's degree in woodworking and furniture design from the Rochester Institute of Technology. His studio is home to a number of his custom pieces, including a $12000 armoire, built from vacuum-formed Brazilian rosewood, a handsome work that won the prestigious Lincoln Center Arts Festival Award for "Best of Show." A reporter from The New York saw the piece and described Berry as a "first-rate artist."

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