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Using A Shading Concentrate

By Bernie Bottens Posted: 01/05/2012 11:00AM

I have been hearing for years about people putting wiping stain into their clear finish to shade it or color it and around certain products that’s a big no, no!

Where Wood Will Go to Work in 2012

By Bill Esler Posted: 01/04/2012 10:14AM

Construction, home sales, and commercial remodeling are improving - looks like wood products are finding customers, and it's a good feeling.

Woodworkers: Help is on the Way

By Rick Hill Posted: 12/27/2011 6:59AM

Outsourcing, to American companies, to save time and money is not just about components and parts, it is about using your strengths and delegating the rest.

Some Thoughts on Using Wood Dyes

By Bernie Bottens Posted: 12/22/2011 1:22PM

I made a commitment to myself a number of years ago to learn about dyes and how they can be used to create new colors on wood.

Christmas Tree Science & Industry: Worth a Look

By Bill Esler Posted: 12/21/2011 11:00AM

Research into Christmas tree agriculture could spin off benefits for the forestry and lumber fields.

Woodworking Sales Tips for the New Year

By Rick Hill Posted: 12/20/2011 8:07AM

During the lull after the holiday rush, follow these sales tips to set your woodworking company apart from the rest of the marketplace with better quality, designs and unique offerings.

Woods Students Learn Fundamentals at MATC

By Patrick Molzahn Posted: 12/15/2011 5:00PM

In MATC's state-of-the-art lab, students learn the fundamentals of working with wood, from planning a project to adding the finishing details.

Shellac and the Female Lac Bug

By Bernie Bottens Posted: 12/15/2011 10:57AM

Shellac is the secretion of the female Lac bug (Kerrialacca) found in India and Thailand. It takes approximately 100,000 bugs to create 500 grams of shellac flakes. Why should you care?

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