Most viewed in June 2016 at WoodworkingNetwork.com were stories about SawStop, wood panels joined on a sewing machine, and IKEA's earth-shaking recall of 29 million dressers. Also popular, unusual projects that also serve as practical demonstration of wood fabrication techniques.
 

1. Cradle inspired by Viking longships

2. Wood Hollow: 10,000 tree species from every point on earth

3. SawStop wins Supreme Court action in antitrust suit against Black & Decker

4. IKEA recalls 29 million dressers and chests after third child fatality

6.  Lumber Liquidators cuts formaldehyde deal with Consumer Products Safety Commission

7. NeoCon surprise: woodgrain powder coating uses sublimation technology

8. ShowplaceEVO frameless cabinets made by, aimed at, millennials

9. 12 ways to increase your woodshop's profits

10. Burning lumber as a finishing technique

11. Log shortage blamed for Weyerhaeuser plywood mill shut down

 
Most viewed since the beginning of 2016 at WoodworkingNetwork.com was Scott Wunder's challenge to the NHLA grading of walnut lumber. 
 

1. Why is walnut lumber graded lower than other hardwoods? - by Scott Wunder

2. Bosch launches new safety saw, defends against patent infringement charges - by Will Sampson

3. Burning Lumber as a finishing technique - by Bill Esler

4. 10 Steps to waking a wood wedding wing - by Bill Esler

5. Top 10 kitchen cabinetry design trends - by Karen Koenig

6. Plywood hammock conforms to your contours - by Bill Esler

7. Cherry on balsawood supercar took 10 years to build - by Bobby Dalheim

8. Parisot Space Up bed lifts for spacious storage - by Bobby Dalheim

9. 5 apps that woodworkers will really want to try - by Bill Esler

10. Inception inspired Wave City coffee table defies gravity - by Bobby Dalheim

11. SawStop patent trade case against Bosch wins procedural ruling - by Bill Esler