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Share Your Tips for Best Practices

By Karen Koenig Posted: 11/09/2010 12:00AM

The 2011 Red Book Guide is soliciting papers for best practice tips and techniques in the areas of: Solid Wood Machining, Panel Processing, Cutting & Grinding, Gluing & Pressing, Sanding & Finishing, Components/Hardware & Assembly, Software and Plant Production.

Texting & Driving Don't Mix

By Rich Christianson Posted: 10/25/2010 12:00AM

How crazy is this? A recent survey found that only 36% of teens "strongly agree" that they could be killed if they text while driving. I wonder how many woodworkers out in the field would say they feel the same.

Impaled Cubs Player Puts Maple Bats Back in the Spotlight

By Karen Koenig Posted: 09/21/2010 12:00AM

The issue over the usage and safety of maple bats in Major League Baseball is back in the news after a bat shatters and injures Chicago Cubs rookie Tyler Colvin.

Crib Makers on Their Heels Over Safety Issues

By Rich Christianson Posted: 06/27/2010 12:00AM

The latest round of recalls involving more than 2 million cribs has me scratching my head.

Woodworking Network Is Looking for a Few Good Bloggers

By Rich Christianson Posted: 06/20/2010 12:00AM

Got information to share or an ax to grind with fellow wood products professionals? Then contact me about contributing a Guest Blog.

Is Your Company Good Enough for the WOOD 100?

By Karen Koenig Posted: 06/08/2010 12:00AM

Last year was tough – there’s no denying it. But many woodworking companies were able to rise to the challenge and grow their business. Was yours one of them? If so, share your success story by participating in the 21st annual WOOD 100, to be published in the September issue of Wood & Wood Products.

Beware of New Lead Rules

By Michaelle Bradford Posted: 05/20/2010 12:00AM

The new EPA Lead Rule requires that only contractors certified in handling lead can do remodeling in homes built prior to 1978, where paint is disturbed. There are 76.5 million homes that are covered...

Woodworking Skill Standards: Use 'em or Lose 'em

By Rich Christianson Posted: 04/07/2010 12:00AM

One issue that remains as timely today as it was when I joined Wood & Wood Products in 1985 is the recruitment, training and retaining of skilled employees.

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