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At 50 Conestoga Wood Specialties Faces a Changed Cabinet Industry

By Jeff Eichenseer, Conestoga Wood Specialties Posted: 08/06/2014 9:02AM

One of the most significant changes to impact the cabinetry industry in the last 50 years is the rise of the retail home center. Currently, half of all kitchens are sold through home center stores. Here's how Conestoga has responded.


Cap, Gown and Caliper: Fine Woodworking Design in Academia-Part 1

By Brooks Gentleman Posted: 08/05/2014 1:22PM

A look at the role facilities play in the academic experience and the associated opportunities for woodworkers: Part 1 of 2


AirVantage Profile Sanders Have Full Floating Design

By Matt Schumake Posted: 08/04/2014 4:14PM

AirVantage Tools says its LP (Low Profile) sanders have the lowest profile in the industry – ergonomically designed to deliver greater control, balance and comfort. When you spend hours holding one, comfort matters.


Quiet Saw Blade Makes Sharp Cuts

By Matt Schumake Posted: 08/04/2014 3:59PM

NAP Gladu's new SuperSilent saw blade design makes 70% less noise and cleans up after itself. What’s not to like?




Innovative Cabinets Optimize Small Living Spaces

By Michaelle Bradford Posted: 08/04/2014 3:16PM

As living areas decrease in size the concept of micro kitchens catches on with cabinetmakers developing new cabinet designs to optimize space.


Spotlight on Sanding Machines for Wood Finishing

Posted by Karen Koenig | Posted: 08/04/2014 3:01PM

Sanding is perhaps the most important step to obtaining a well-finished product. Poor sanding preparation can result in unacceptable finish quality and rework. What follows is some of the sanding equipment available in the marketplace.


Slatwall Laminates for Retail Fixtures: Metallics, OSB, Bricks

By Bill Esler Posted: 08/04/2014 11:12AM

Slatwall can be produced in all types of surfaces, including increasingly popular metal laminates. Along with OSB and bricks, these surfaces are popular in retail fixtures.


Radiata Pine Crib, CNC Machined in USA, Sells for $7,500

By Bill Esler Posted: 08/02/2014 12:28PM

Baltic birch and Radiata pine wood are machined on a CNC to create the Contour crib. The design is machined from a fluid surface out of solid pine at a Los Angeles shop. Price? $7,500.


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