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    My Friend Kip Porter Has developed a system of Panel and Millwork fastening and systems. I install a lot of ADA restrooms and this has made a major difference in our time and Profit.

    Think signage, panels ADA Restrooms Etc

    for My friends check this out

    http://www.starhanger.com/

    http://www.starhanger.com/pages/star...zero-animation
    James McGrew
    CAMaster ATC 508
    The principle of Measure twice cut once has not been replaced by a CNC

    www.mcgrewwoodwork.com

    https://www.facebook.com/pg/Mcgrew-W...=page_internal

    Camera 1 ATC Closeup !
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    fixed 4-27-2020
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    Jim
    last winter I completed the millwork for a plastic surgeon's office in Long island. There was extensive high gloss, mdf panels throughout the hallways and reception area. The thoughts of having to install using the traditional Z clips was going to take forever, so I found star hangers products and have never looked back. The zero clip was what I used and cut the install time at least in half and made my reveals what I wanted. This is an innovative company with a great product. They were very helpful and have a great series of installation videos. These things really HOLD. In fact they can be removed but they have extreme holding strength. I was actually thinking of using them to install the cabinets but they would not guarantee that they would hold.....I think they woud but its a liability thing for the company. great product though. Z clips will still have a place in the install world but this is a great alternative. Ill try to find some pics and post.
    Brian

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    • #3

      Had a look through the website. Very innovative. I can see how it would save a lot of time installing large panel jobs, and very simple to remove if needed.

      I love to see great ideas become successful! That's the american way!
      Russell Crawford
      Cobra 408 ATC with recoil
      Alberta, Canada
      www.cherryleaf-rustle.com

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      • #4

        My guys are using the heck out of them,, I can be a bit partial as the inventor owner is a friend of mine here in Columbia. I have done some prototyping of his jigs and did not quite understand this initially, when I saw it make Money I got INTERESTED !!
        James McGrew
        CAMaster ATC 508
        The principle of Measure twice cut once has not been replaced by a CNC

        www.mcgrewwoodwork.com

        https://www.facebook.com/pg/Mcgrew-W...=page_internal

        Camera 1 ATC Closeup !
        https://video.nest.com/live/esNTrZ

        fixed 4-27-2020

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        • #5

          Originally posted by bmc0787 View Post
          Jim
          last winter I completed the millwork for a plastic surgeon's office in Long island. There was extensive high gloss, mdf panels throughout the hallways and reception area. The thoughts of having to install using the traditional Z clips was going to take forever, so I found star hangers products and have never looked back. The zero clip was what I used and cut the install time at least in half and made my reveals what I wanted. This is an innovative company with a great product. They were very helpful and have a great series of installation videos. These things really HOLD. In fact they can be removed but they have extreme holding strength. I was actually thinking of using them to install the cabinets but they would not guarantee that they would hold.....I think they woud but its a liability thing for the company. great product though. Z clips will still have a place in the install world but this is a great alternative. Ill try to find some pics and post.
          Brian
          Please do this is a great Product which has made our work easier
          James McGrew
          CAMaster ATC 508
          The principle of Measure twice cut once has not been replaced by a CNC

          www.mcgrewwoodwork.com

          https://www.facebook.com/pg/Mcgrew-W...=page_internal

          Camera 1 ATC Closeup !
          https://video.nest.com/live/esNTrZ

          fixed 4-27-2020

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          • #6

            It makes doing this pretty easy, saves time and Money !
            Attached Files
            James McGrew
            CAMaster ATC 508
            The principle of Measure twice cut once has not been replaced by a CNC

            www.mcgrewwoodwork.com

            https://www.facebook.com/pg/Mcgrew-W...=page_internal

            Camera 1 ATC Closeup !
            https://video.nest.com/live/esNTrZ

            fixed 4-27-2020

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            • #7

              Hi Jim
              heres the pics of the mdf panels we hung using the star zero hanger. Its just been a great product for this type of application. This way we can build and hang the panels as drawn without worrying about the 1/4" drop using a z clip. another shop in my area is using them for a modern house that had walnut flat panel throughout. thought you would like the fact that the compressor is included in the pic!!
              Brian
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              • #8

                Nice !! There is a discussion on Woodweb about this as well in the Installation forum. I am helping kip get the word out, We need this Product
                James McGrew
                CAMaster ATC 508
                The principle of Measure twice cut once has not been replaced by a CNC

                www.mcgrewwoodwork.com

                https://www.facebook.com/pg/Mcgrew-W...=page_internal

                Camera 1 ATC Closeup !
                https://video.nest.com/live/esNTrZ

                fixed 4-27-2020

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                • #9

                  Hi Jim
                  Wow it really is a small world. I checked out the installation forum on woodweb. Edi has a shop close by me and is an A1 cabinetmaker. He borrowed some of my inventory of star hangers to try them out. that's great that you were able to help him out. Now I noticed that you were applying what looked like prefinished maple panels to the sheetrock walls on your project. Did you attached the zero hangers directly to the sheetrock? Also on your upholstered bench, did you fabricate the upholstery?
                  Brian

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                  • #10

                    Star Hanger

                    Guys
                    Thank you for the support.
                    Please let me know of anything i can do to support your work.
                    Charles Porter
                    Star Hanger

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                    • #11

                      Charles nice to meet you here. Is your request to "support our work" an unintentional pun?

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                      • #12

                        I've switched to using Star Hanger's brackets for mounting signs. Nice product, & I really like how there's a groove in the centre of the channel, so your drill doesn't wander.
                        Plus ... Charles & Leeza are awesome folks to deal with .
                        TR
                        www.trmacsigns.com
                        CAMaster MC4836 named Jemima
                        Aspire 3.5
                        Mach3
                        CoreldrawX3

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