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How U.S. Woodshop Won Oak Table Order for France's President

By Matt Schumake Posted: 01/28/2015 11:56AM

Woodworker Rohan Ward, commissioned by the White House to build a custom oak table for the President of France, used wood from George Washington's estate, and iron from the Statue of Liberty.


How to Create Perfect Bonds on Wood Surfaces

By Bernie Bottens Posted: 01/27/2015 4:41PM

Bernie Bottens discusses the many factors that impact coating and gluing bonds on wood surfaces.


Top 10 Kitchen Trends: White Cabinetry, Styles Fuse, Pets Matter

Posted by Wade Vonasek | Posted: 01/27/2015 4:21PM

European-styled cabinets, and kitchen cabinetry that is clean with an overall contemporary feeling, topped the list of 2015 design trends from the National Kitchen & Bath Association. A fusion of styles and multiple colors is seen. 2:


Bio-Based Laminate Offers Customized Digital Options

Posted: 01/27/2015 3:52PM

A digitally customizable and sustainable laminate from BioSurf featuring multi-layer, textural imaging capabilities allows new options for commercial and residential applications.




Metrie's Millwork Prowess Raises the Bar at Las Vegas IBS 2015

By Bill Esler Posted: 01/26/2015 10:46PM

Vancouver wood component firm Metrie showcased interior finishing based on its extensive millwork profiles and expertise. Applied in kitchen, bath and dining rooms, Metrie is raising the moulding products category from commodity to aspirational design.


Youth in Woodworking

By Randy Maxey Posted: 01/24/2015 9:00AM

There’s been a fair amount of press lately about how difficult it is to pass the craft of woodworking down to a younger generation. High school woodworking programs are being cut in the interest of saving money, and our high-tech society doesn’t lend itself to crafts like woodworking.


Vintage Wood Baseball Bat Hobby Turns Into a New Business

By Michaelle Bradford Posted: 01/23/2015 4:08PM

Entrepreneur Todd Eschman turned a passion for playing vintage league baseball into a business making vintage wood baseball bats. A $10,000 prize for start-ups from PNC Bank and Southern Illinois University helped fund the launch.


Why I Like Working with Poplar

By Randy Maxey Posted: 01/23/2015 9:00AM

Of all the hardwoods, I think poplar is the most misunderstood. It has traditionally been used on insignificant internal components of furniture as a secondary wood. A lot of folks get turned off by the green and brown streaks sometimes evident in the wood. But this can be overcome.


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