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post #1 of 5 Old 03-17-2008, 10:27 PM Thread Starter
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Begginer from NJ,

Hello everybody!

My profesion is not even close to woodworking. I am mechanic, machines, welder, with expierance in electrical, pluming. Lately I am learning upholestery and woodworking. 1.5 years ago I decided to buid RV on Sprinter. I am 80% done what I have left is woodworking.
Alredy I did cabinets, kitchen counter itc ,and really all came out great.
Iam about to make cabinets doors (maple) and drawers. All will be made with soft maple and maple playwood 1/2".
I see lots good treads here and lots of nice people helping each other.

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Wecome Ziggyk to the woodworking talk forum.

Is that a camper you are building?
I built campers in my own company.

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post #3 of 5 Old 03-18-2008, 04:29 PM
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welcome ziggy; what part of NJ?
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Central NJ ,Roselle Park.
Yes ,that is full version camper on Dodge Sprinter Van so it is class B.
Somthing similar making company like: pleasure way, Laisure, or roadtrek.

Thank you for welcome
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ZIGGYK the campers I made were slid ins for pick-up trucks.
I never built in a van. Good luck!

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