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Digitally Printed Wood Products at Interzum

By Bill Esler Posted: 06/02/2011 12:00AM

For the wood industry, "Interzum" may not be a word that trips off the tongue, but four days spent at the Cologne, Germany show - it's a materials show for wood interiors and furniture making - found digital excitement  in edgebanding and panel surface imaging, and "electrifying" lightweight panels, among other cool stuff.


Gas Up To Grow Woodworking Sales

By Rick Hill Posted: 06/01/2011 12:00AM

When I hear companies cancelling trips because gas is too high, I am amazed. Yes gas is higher, but in your overall travel cost, it is still one of the lowest expenses.


Don’t Become a Wood ComDust Statistic

By Rich Christianson Posted: 05/29/2011 12:00AM

Last week's fatal explosion at a Chinese factory that makes Apple’s iPad2 thrust combustible dust onto the international stage of workplace safety concerns.


Measuring Wood Coating Viscosity

By Bernie Bottens Posted: 05/27/2011 12:00AM

We are going to talk about wood coating viscosity relative to the use of a viscosity cup. Practice your measurements with a viscosity cup until you find the combination that works the best with your equipment and applications methods.




Wood Industry's Labor Shortage

By Bill Esler Posted: 05/26/2011 12:00AM

The woodworking industry's chronic shortage of skilled labor is expected to return in full force as the economic recovery continues.


Why Are Customers Buying Your Woodworking Products?

By Rick Hill Posted: 05/25/2011 12:00AM

In the woodworking business, we often forget why our customers come to us; we like to think that it is because of our beautiful wood craftsmanship but your task as a business person is to find out exactly why customers are buying your product.


A Woodworking School with Smarts

By Bill Esler Posted: 05/21/2011 12:00AM

Rolla Technical Institute (RTI)acquired a CNC router to teach the basics of CNC machining, a big move in a time of budget austerity.


KCMA’s wood coating standard: unvarnished truth

By Bernie Bottens Posted: 05/20/2011 12:00AM

In my blog, Calculating Wood Coating Thickness, I stated, “The KCMA standard for dry mil thickness is 3 – 5 dry mils.” I have spoken that little sentence more times than I care to count. But now I suspect that I have mindlessly misstated that sentence for years. It may not be factual and one of my readers finally spoke up and called my bluff.


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