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Does Your Sanding Make Sense? Sand Right, Stain Right

By Adam West Posted: 08/11/2014 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 4 of 4.


Does Your Sanding Make Sense? How to Set Your Wide Belt

By Adam West Posted: 08/09/2014 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 3 of 4


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


Custom Woodworking Helps Drive Bentley Motors' Luxury Vehicles

By Karen Koenig Posted: 08/06/2014 12:04PM

Unique veneer and the woodworking craftsmanship distinguish Bentley Motors luxury vehicles.




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


8 Ways to Cut Waste and Go Lean in Woodworking Plant Operations

By Tom Gray Posted: 08/04/2014 2:15PM

How to identify familiar signals to find improvement opportunities in wood manufacturing operations, based on experience in assessing many companies.


How To Avoid Panel Warp in Cabinets and Furniture Projects

By Kyle Newman Posted: 07/31/2014 12:53PM

Whether you are trying to restore a table with a warped top, figure out why your cabinet or passageway doors are warped, or you’re a woodworker looking to fine tune your projects, understanding what causes panels to warp and how to prevent it can be the difference between getting it done and getting it right.


Woodworking Labor Shortage Solution? Try Capital Investment

By Bill Esler Posted: 07/22/2014 9:46PM

Woodworking job seeker web traffic is slowing. But the work is at hand, delivery dates loom, and the bustling economy has a "use by" freshness date that will pass in a couple years. The solution: more technology.


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