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Woodworker Tips to Stay Afloat

By Bill Esler Posted: 12/09/2010 2:00AM

It's been a rough couple of years - and woodworking firms have diversified and become creative marketers to survive.

Kinkade Bankruptcy Bad for Wood Frame Sales

By Bill Esler Posted: 12/02/2010 2:00AM

Wood frames and hardwood canvas stretchers make Kinkade Galleries a major buyer of manufactured wood products. The company's bankruptcy threatens a good wood industry customer.

Ancient Roman Woodworkers

By Bill Esler Posted: 11/24/2010 2:00AM

Ancient Romans had amazingly refined and sophisticated woodworking capabilities - and they valued quality in craftsmanship, lumber selection and veneers

Woodworkers Gather: AWI Convention, CMA Meetings

By Bill Esler Posted: 11/11/2010 2:00AM

The cast and crew of WoodworkingNetwork.com is a restless crowd. You may have seen us at wood mannufacturing industry events recently hosted by CPA, WCMA, WMMA, AWI, NCG and CMA, to name a few.

Election Returns for Woodworkers

By Bill Esler Posted: 11/04/2010 2:00AM

"All politics is local," as the legendary U.S. Congressman Tip O'Neill once said, and as far as the woodworking industry is concerned, the biggest impacts may result from local races. Nationally there are some potential benefits for the woodworking industry, but threats, too, if Congress gets hamstrung.  

A Moratorium on Calls for Moratoriums

By Bill Esler Posted: 10/21/2010 2:00AM

Despite calls for moratoriums - on home foreclosures, or even new housing construction - our best bet is to slog through it. Now's the time to invest intellectual capital and improve the layout of your production floor.

Next at Fall NexGen: Continued Travels

By Bill Esler Posted: 10/14/2010 2:00AM

NexGen fall edition, a roving woodworking technology event last week in North Carolina, took me to Biesse America and Holzma the first day; Stiles, Delmac and Costa & Grissom Machinery on day two.

Do You Compete with Everyone?

By Bill Esler Posted: 09/30/2010 2:00AM

What of the received wisdom about the woodworking industry remains true? And which of the new "truths" are accurate.

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