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Finishing Partnership Grows Through 20 Plus Year Success Story

Posted: 05/05/2015 3:42PM

If it isn’t broken, don’t fix it – that’s the philosophy behind Looper Cabinet Company’s 20-year relationship with Sherwin-Williams Product Finishes.

Bed Bug Resistant Metal and Wood Furniture Patented

Posted by Bill Esler | Posted: 05/05/2015 12:42AM

Portland, OR, non-profit agency Central City Concern has patented a bed bug resistant bed frame, and sells it with companion tables, chairs, desks, wardrobes and dressers made of engineered wood and metal.

Modern Woodcraft Aims Toward $15 Million in Revenue

By Larry Maloney Posted: 05/01/2015 2:00PM

Though Modern Woodcrafts set a goal of $15 million in sales last year, it reached only $10 million. This year, though, the store fixtures and architectural millwork firm, says it will reach $15 million.

DEWALT Launches 20V Cordless 7¼ Inch Sliding Miter Saw

Posted: 04/30/2015 8:32PM

DeWalt launched a cordless lithium ion battery-powered 7¼-inch sliding miter saw, the model DCS361. The portable saw is optimized for job-site work for general contractors and remodelers for things like trim installation, flooring, and cutting 2x material.

Lowe's Innovation Labs Adds 3D Printers for Cabinet Hardware

Posted by Michaelle Bradford | Posted: 04/30/2015 11:27AM

Lowe's adds 3D printers and scanners so customers can produce hard to find replacement cabinetry hardware and other home improvement items.

Top Interzum Trends: Natural Wood, Gloss Goes Matte, Authenticity

Posted: 04/29/2015 1:13PM

What trends do interzum 2015 exhibitors see? 1) Naturalness, coupled with real woods or a solid-wood finish; 2) personality and authenticity, including textures; and a move from high-gloss to matte. The wood materials and hardware show runs May 5-9 in Cologne, Germany.

Associative Contour Parametric Engineering for woodCAD|CAM

Postd by Bill Esler | Posted: 04/28/2015 9:35AM

Associative contour parametric engineering for complex “one off” engineering is now available within woodCAD|CAM, says Roger Shaw & Associates, wood industry software applications specialist and developer.

With Accoya Wood and Sunken Pine We Restored Hundreds of Windows

By Brooks Gentleman Posted: 04/27/2015 8:35PM

For the Minnesota State Capitol building, built in 1905, we restored hundreds of windows to their original state using Accoya, a treated wood, for exteriors, and century old pine recovered from a lake to match interiors.

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