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Housefish's Furniture Future Points to 3D Printing and CNC

By Michaelle Bradford Posted: 02/24/2015 10:18AM

Housefish, a Denver, CO-based furniture firm uses CNC and 3D printing technology to mass produce semi-custom furniture including modular storage, tables and chairs.


The Wonder of Ultra-low Temperature Wood Powder Coating

By Bill Esler Posted: 02/16/2015 11:57AM

Powder coating wood is a complicated process, with both the substrate and the moisture in it affected by the heat curing. IGP-RAPID powder coating addresses this with a ultra-low temperature of less than 250 degrees F.


Delignit Beechwood Composite Panel Finds New Uses and Customers

By Bill Esler Posted: 02/15/2015 2:12PM

Delignit, a composite panel material based on beechwood, is finding a broad range of applications, including a transportation flooring system for 866 high speed rail cars being rolled out by Hitachi in the U.K.


One Multi-tasking CNC Speeds Repetitive Cuts for 3 Display Firms

Posted: 02/09/2015 4:20PM

A trio of saws were retired soon after Lone Star Exhibits added its first MultiCam 3000 CNC router. The versatile machining center is so productive, two sister companies share its automated fabrication capabilities.




Weinig at Ligna 2015: Presenting a Wood Technology Offensive

Posted: 02/06/2015 7:56PM

The Weinig Group will present its wood manufacturing "Technology Offensive 2015" at LIGNA in Hall 12 with new Powermat 700 and 1200, Conturex Window CNC, Nocturnal Tool Cleaning station, new Unipin dowel station, block gluing production concept.


CNC Speeds High Volume Production of Custom MDF Picture Frames

Posted: 02/02/2015 5:40PM

Customizing photo frames on a Weeke CNC, Tulsa's The Organic Bloom cuts about 33,000 square inches of medium-density fiberboard (MDF) each day. Alphacam reverse-side nesting maintains consistency while managing volume production of picture frames


LIGNA 2015: Wood Manufacturing Technology in HOMAG City

Posted: 01/31/2015 8:33PM

Homag Group wood manufacturing technology at LIGNA 2015 will be located in Hall 26, with HOMAG City, with integrated solutions, from a compact 860 sq.ft. workshop up to a fully networked Batch 1 system with a length of 900 feet.


Researchers Progress in Wood Fiber for Automotive Components

By Bill Esler Posted: 01/31/2015 7:36PM

Wood fiber form-pressed into components for the automotive industry is being developed by researchers at Germany's Fraunhofer Institute. It is seen as a cost-effective substitute for pricier carbon fibers.


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