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Optimizing Lumber Rip

By Dave Joslyn and Tim Brown Posted: 11/11/2010 12:00AM

Best practices for ripping random width lumber and creating a good glue joint.


Gunlocke Opens Opportunities Going Lean & Green

By Karen Koenig Posted: 11/08/2010 12:00AM

Building on its already prestigious legacy, Gunlocke Co. continues to distinguish itself through its efforts in lean and sustainable manufacturing, and the development of innovative products.


Efficient Edgebanding Practices at Haworth

Posted: 10/01/2010 12:00AM

Its commitment to the production of high-quality, ergonomic workspaces is a constant, but being a good environmental steward means Haworth Inc. of Holland, MI, must continuously review its materials and processes to eliminate waste. The company says reducing the amount of raw materials used for manufacturing products, as well as maximizing equipment utilization in production are two keys to global responsibility.


Custom Cupboards Goes Robotic

By Karen Koenig Posted: 08/13/2010 12:00AM

The robotic cell at Kansas-based Custom Cupboards builds face frames for the company’s line of traditional cabinetry. This fully automated production cell is the first of its kind in the United States.




Explosive: Combustible dust issue

By Jamison Scott and Karen M. Koenig Posted: 02/08/2010 12:00AM

It could happen at any woodworking plant. Any time. Anywhere. If your company processes wood flour, or produces fine particles of wood dust during machining operations, you have the potential for a combustible dust explosion.


Flexibility is Key to Market Growth for Panel Saws

By Karen Koenig Posted: $util.date("MM/dd/yyyy h:mma",$article.startDate, "America/Chicago")

Panel saw experts share their thoughts on recent machine developments and give their predictions for what’s ahead in the future.


Clean Finish? Avoid Contamination

By Bernie Bottens Posted: $util.date("MM/dd/yyyy h:mma",$article.startDate, "America/Chicago")

There are many contaminants that can ruin a finishing project. Collecting dust is one critical component.


Making Woodworking Machines Energy Efficient

By Mark Brownhill Posted: $util.date("MM/dd/yyyy h:mma",$article.startDate, "America/Chicago")

Simple steps to save energy — and money — in the plant.


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