Category Archives: Frank Vanderveur

Staircase Jig

By Frank Vanderveur of Minnesota Logworks, Inc. Reprinted from Spring 2012 newsletter Here is another way to cut the correct angles on the top and bottom of the staircase. This jig that I have tried worked well for me, it … Continue reading

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Don’t Get Rid of Your Metal Scrap Piles

By Frank Vanderveur (reprinted from spring 2010 newsletter) Some of us have piles of “materials” laying in our back yards, materials such as scrap steel – long pieces, short pieces, pieces of all kind. These piles sit around our places, … Continue reading

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Roof Trusses

By Frank Vanderveur (reprinted from fall 2009 newsletter) First of all, thank you for choosing me as a GLLCA board member. I hope to contribute my experience in the log building world as well as promoting the profession. Looking back … Continue reading

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