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CNC Router Checklist: Key Considerations Before Purchasing

By Tom Galzin Posted: 03/31/2015 5:04PM

Once you decided that a CNC router is in your future, how do you begin the process of narrowing down the choices to the right one for your business? Here are the factors to consider.


How to Prepare Solid Wood Joints for Edge & Face Gluing

By Jaye Schroeder Posted: 03/31/2015 12:07PM

Here are some simple steps to help ensure strong and durable edge-and-face joints for well-built furniture and cabinetry.


Using Moulders in the Woodshop: 3 Frequently Asked Questions

Posted by Karen Koenig | Posted: 03/31/2015 12:00PM

Here are three of the most frequently asked questions when using moulders to machine mouldings and millwork, components and other solid wood products.


3 Trends in Hardwood & Softwood Lumber Demand

Posted: 03/31/2015 12:00PM

What are the hot-selling wood species, and what's driving demand? Timber industry experts share their views.




Troubleshooting Guide: Edge & Face Gluing of Solid Wood

Posted: 03/31/2015 11:49AM

Problem-solving tips and techniques to ensure good edge and face gluing of solid wood.


Rough Milling Solid Wood Lumber: Rip First or Crosscut?

By Bill Esler Posted: 03/31/2015 11:29AM

Should you rip saw first or crosscut first? Your decision will be determined by the product you are producing and the cut quality and length required.


New CNC Technology for Routing Wood and Composite Panels

Posted by Karen Koenig | Posted: 01/07/2015 1:53PM

Whether vertical or horizontal configurations, CNC machining centers and routers are fast becoming a necessary workhorse in wood shops of all sizes. Listed are some of the woodworking machines available in the marketplace.


3 Keys To Optimizing Use of Plywood Remnants in Production

Posted: 07/30/2014 2:06PM

With Just-In-Time and customized furniture manufacturing on the rise, more and more plywood remnants of various dimensions and shapes are found at the end of each production day. When should you dump these leftovers?


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