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Can Localized Sawdust Capture Clean Air Better Than Baghouses?

Posted: 12/01/2014 1:43PM

Servair says its self-clean wood sanding booths for furniture and kitchen cabinetry plants captures sawdust from sanding, routing and cutting stations – all applications generating large amounts of airborne dust - better than baghouses.


Supply Trends: 2015 Wood Industry Almanac

Posted by Michaelle Bradford | Posted: 12/01/2014 12:21PM

A survey from Norcraft Cabinetry says kitchen islands, floor-to-ceiling cabinetry drawer storage and working zones for kitchen prep were top design trends in 2014. LED lighting, textured surfaces and high-gloss panels also round out the list.


Technology & Emerging Innovations: 2015 Wood Industry Almanac

Posted by Michaelle Bradford | Posted: 11/25/2014 10:42AM

A hot air edgebanding, robotic finishing, moulders for textured surfaces and digital printing were some of the latest technological trends in the wood industry for 2014.


Smart Furniture Could Be Next "Internet of Things" Innovation

By Sam Knight Posted: 11/25/2014 7:25AM

Furnishings could figure in the "Internet of Things," as furniture manufacturer Hyundai Livart builds internet connections into its cabinetry, tables and chairs.




CNC Technology Brightens Solar's Window & Door Horizons

By Wade Vonasek Posted: 11/24/2014 5:13PM

Solar Innovations uses CNC machinery to manufacture custom wood doors, windows, greenhouses and other glazed structures.


How to Edge Glue Multiple Butcher Blocks Into One Piece

By Todd McClure Posted: 11/24/2014 2:56PM

When it comes to making butcher block almost every woodworker has at one time or another had to glue up multiple butcher blocks together. Here's some tips for improving the process.


Furniture Makers in 4th Industrial Revolution: Networked Machines

Posted: 11/24/2014 1:51PM

Furniture manufacturers are in the midst of the fourth industrial revolution, with the rise of networking, just like their counterparts in many other sectors,


If CNC Spindles Had Odometers Like Cars, How Far Would They Run?

By Tony Maffeo Posted: 11/20/2014 8:22AM

If we kept track of the mileage of spindles, as we do our automobiles, a typical 24,000 rpm spindle used eight hours a day would accumulate over 250,000 miles per year. Eventually, the bearings wear out or the electrical insulation fails. Then what?


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