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Just Say No to Overbooking: How to Bid Cabinetry & Millwork Jobs

By Jim McCagy Posted: 08/08/2014 8:00AM

How to avoid issues in overbooking, missing delivery dates and getting back-charged for other trades when taking on cabinetry and millwork jobs.


Does Your Sanding Make Sense? What Can Your Sander Handle?

By Adam West Posted: 08/07/2014 2:22PM

My job as a technician for Dixon Abrasives is to make sanding make sense. Every part of the sanding process must work together to accomplish a few simple tasks. Part 2 of 4


Odysseus, Epic Woodworker, Reveals How To Build an Immovable Bed

By Matt Schumake Posted: 08/07/2014 2:21PM

A custom walnut bed by Austin Aaron of Dancing Grains Woodworks echoes 3,000-year-old furniture techniques from Ancient Greece


Does Your Sanding Make Sense? Inside Wide-Belt Machines

By Adam West Posted: 08/05/2014 2:22PM

My job as a technician for Dixon Abrasives is to make sanding make sense. This is not as simple a task as most people would think. Every part of the sanding process must work together to accomplish a few simple tasks. Part 1 of 4




Cap, Gown and Caliper: Fine Woodworking Design in Academia-Part 1

By Brooks Gentleman Posted: 08/05/2014 1:22PM

A look at the role facilities play in the academic experience and the associated opportunities for woodworkers: Part 1 of 2


Carpenter's Trick Helps Fix a Stubborn Wood Door

By Scott Wunder Posted: 07/30/2014 11:11AM

I'm lucky to have a like Dan the carpenter, whose counter-intuitive advice for a nagging door problem gave me back my sanity.


More on Wood Products Employees, Employment, and Life

By Chuck Ray Posted: 07/27/2014 2:37PM

The first message to wood products companies looking to hire future superstars is, get out there and develop your own educational message, and compete for those young hearts and minds.


Woodworking Collectives Let Small Shops Compete on Scale

By Bill Esler Posted: 07/27/2014 10:18AM

WorkOf, a furniture and wood craft marketing collective in Brooklyn, is the latest example of groups springing up around the U.S., often nurtured by public or cooperative woodshops. The groups often share tools and machinery, and market together.


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