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Yellow-Bellied Sapsucker Brings Down Black Walnut (Price)

By Scott Wunder Posted: 04/03/2014 10:24AM

To be veneer quality, a log has to be perfect or close to it. It needs to be straight, round, defect free, and have not been pecked by a yellow-bellied sapsucker!


Utopia Needs Woodworkers, for Fox TV Reality Show

By Bill Esler Posted: 04/01/2014 4:47PM

Woodworkers could land a role in building a brave new world. FOX TV is launching a reality television show, “UTOPIA," and issued a casting call for woodworkers, builders, and architects among other skills.


Cabinet Makers 2014 Benchmark Study Looks at Payroll Rates

By David Grulke Posted: 04/01/2014 12:23PM

The CMA 2014 Benchmark Study, which looks at shop size, payroll rates, and other factors, is now available for immediate download. It is the Cabinet Makers Association 3rd annual benchmark study.


Big Wood Boats: Noah Puts Ever Popular Ark Projects in Spotlight

By Michaelle Bradford Posted: 03/31/2014 5:13PM

Ancient, wooden boats are hot: Take a look at the Noah's Ark replicas showing up all over including in the controversial, box office hit "Noah," which opened this past weekend.




Kickstarting Wood Business: How They Did It

By Bill Esler Posted: 03/28/2014 11:52AM

Woodworking businesses are turning to crowdfunding - finding money online to launch a new wood product. At Cabinets & Closets Expo we'll tell how they did it, with real-life case studies.


Tips For Wood Shops to Work Smarter, Not Just Harder

By Jared Patchin Posted: 03/28/2014 10:00AM

Jared Patchin shares a few tips for wood shops to create a better, more successful, workaholic-free environment.


Using Shellac as the Sealer Coat

By Bernie Bottens Posted: 03/28/2014 9:49AM

To create a rich, warmer finish, use shellac as the first sealer coat. It dries quickly and will create the same look to the wood that the polyurethane will.


No Woodworking Workaholics Allowed

By Jared Patchin Posted: 03/25/2014 10:47AM

Small woodworking businesses often work around-the-clock to get the job done. Jared Patchin discusses why being a woodworking workaholic is not just bad for health but bad for business as well.


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