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Something's Brewing in Oak, Cherry, Walnut and Birch

Posted by Bill Esler | Posted: 12/26/2014 9:38AM

Carved out of Cherry, Walnut, Birch and White Oak block of wood, the Canadiano pour-over coffee maker signifies in its earthiness and simplicity of design the perennial appeal of manual crafts for both makers, and users.


Cuba: Will Wood Products Industries Soon See Opportunity?

By Bill Esler Posted: 12/21/2014 1:05PM

In Cuba, wood industry opportunities will have to wait until Congress acts on trade restrictions. With diplomatic relations normalized last week by the White House, it's likely tourism will grow, affecting U.S. hospitality furniture manufacturers.


Woodworking Pastor Patents Natural Wood Design Fish Clubs

Posted by Bill Esler | Posted: 12/08/2014 7:29PM

Rev. Jamie Cutler, Cutler Brothers Woodworking, creates what he calls an "essential fishing tool" blessed with patented good looks. His crowdfunding campaign didn't reach its goal of $10,000 to raise funds for an Epilog CO2 laser. But he's having fun.


What's NeXT in Kitchen Cabinet Design Will Require New Skills

By Bill Esler Posted: 11/30/2014 7:30AM

Kitchen cabinets, countertops, and even closet designs are moving ever more rapidly to express fashion trends.To produce the colors, glosses, and textures, new technology, hardware and new materials will be required.




Pulp Panties: This Underwear Is Made from Beech

Posted by Karen Koenig | Posted: 11/25/2014 7:31PM

Just in time for holiday gift giving, lovers of wood and wood products will enjoy MeUndies, underwear made from Lenzing Modal, a material extracted from the European beech tree.


How to Edge Glue Multiple Butcher Blocks Into One Piece

By Todd McClure Posted: 11/24/2014 2:56PM

When it comes to making butcher block almost every woodworker has at one time or another had to glue up multiple butcher blocks together. Here's some tips for improving the process.


If CNC Spindles Had Odometers Like Cars, How Far Would They Run?

By Tony Maffeo Posted: 11/20/2014 8:22AM

If we kept track of the mileage of spindles, as we do our automobiles, a typical 24,000 rpm spindle used eight hours a day would accumulate over 250,000 miles per year. Eventually, the bearings wear out or the electrical insulation fails. Then what?


Paint vs. Stain: Tips for Selecting the Right Cabinet Finish

By Jeff Eichenseer Posted: 11/13/2014 4:06PM

Finish color is one of the most critical elements in selecting new kitchen cabinetry. The choice between paints, stains, glazes, distressing and antiquing can ultimately set the mood and define the overall design of the space.


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