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Woodworkers: Pay it Forward Support the WCA Auction #WNlive

By Randy Maxey Posted: 03/13/2015 10:25AM

You can further the cause of woodworking education and help steer the younger generation into choosing woodworking as a career just by bjying a T-shirt, or donating a piece to be auctioned Thursday, April 16 at Cabinets & Closets Expo 2015.


Taiwanese Build Integrated Wood Machinery

By Bernie Bottens Posted: 03/12/2015 9:21AM

In my three-day media tour of Taiwan wood machinery manufacturers, I saw both the individual machines that the Taiwanese have as well as the integrated machine systems they are building.


Water and Wood: Raising the Grain

By Bernie Bottens Posted: 03/09/2015 9:54PM

I will be discussing applying water to the wood’s surface in the course of the finishing process. In some instances, that can amount to quite a bit of water.


Taiwanese Woodworking Equipment

By Bernie Bottens Posted: 03/09/2015 9:40PM

I am beginning a new chapter in my writing with Woodworking Network. I have been sent to Taiwan to report on current trends related to Taiwanese woodworking equipment, 80% of which is exported.




Woodworker Scott McGlasson Figures Costs to Make Walnut Chair

By Bill Esler Posted: 03/05/2015 8:29PM

As he designs and build a walnut chair in his signature RB line for the 2015 Architectural Digest show, woodworker Scott McGlasson's costs for manufacture and marketing are profiled with unusual thoroughness by a daily newspaper.


Is Wood Part of the Ecosystem?

By Chuck Ray Posted: 02/25/2015 10:08PM

So many academic forestry programs have transformed themselves into "ecosystems" programs over the last decade or so that some say this new definition of "those who study the forest" is too broad for potential employers to evaluate. But is really is a matter of perspective.


Franklin Prosensor 710: Finds Studs & Joists Without all the Noise

By Bernie Bottens Posted: 02/24/2015 8:42PM

Cabinetmakers often find themselves searching for pesky joints and studs while up a ladder. My state of affairs was worse because my stud finder was driving me nuts. I needed to find a tool that would allow me to regain my faith in electronic stud finder technology.


'Coolbox' Redefines the Toolbox with Modern Tech Compatibility

By Randy Maxey Posted: 02/23/2015 7:00AM

The toolbox you lug around on the job site is usually nothing more that a container for your tools. It’s a single-purpose necessity for keeping your most-often used tools handy. A creative group of guys have set out to redefine what a toolbox should be. They call it the Coolbox.


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