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The Ultimate Primer on Single-head Wide Belt Sanding - Steps 4-7

By Adam West Posted: 11/03/2014 2:49PM

More solid best wide belt sanding practices and processes for the best quality wood sanding results possible.


Wood Halloween Scare the Veneer Off You? Top Holiday Lessons

By Bill Esler Posted: 10/31/2014 9:42AM

Halloween shows how some wood industry companies are mastering the art and craft of getting attention to their products and services, tapping buyer attention to deliver sales. Like M Bohlke Veneer's iZombe holiday feature.


7 Steps to Shine in Wide Belt Sanding - Abridged Version

By Adam West Posted: 10/29/2014 2:49PM

To really make wide belt machines shine, try these seven best wide belt sanding practices and processes. Then let me know how they work for you.


The Ultimate Primer on Single-head Wide Belt Sanding - Steps 1-3

By Adam West Posted: 10/27/2014 2:49PM

There is a lot to learn to really make wide belt machines really shine. I am not going to go into troubleshooting the entire machine, just into solid best wide belt sanding practices and processes for the best quality result possible.




Falling Ruble Could Help Russia's Wood Markets

By Bill Esler Posted: 10/26/2014 1:40PM

Russia's wood industry stands to benefit from the country's status as a financial pariah, with domestic wood manufacture improving and exports to some markets growing as the Ruble falls in value against world currencies.


More Tales of Two Grit Sequences

By Adam West Posted: 10/20/2014 2:49PM

Picking up on that story of a grit sequence on a sanding machine, and two different ways of getting the job done at customer in Rochester, NY.


How Much for World's Most Expensive Cedar-Wood Pencil?

By Bill Esler Posted: 10/17/2014 7:32AM

Legendary pencil and pen manufacturer Faber-Castell ups the ante with its Perfect Pencil, a cedar-wood pencil featuring a platinum clasp, replaceable erasers and a sharpener atop. But the price is another matter.


A Tale of Two Grit Sequences

By Adam West Posted: 10/13/2014 2:49PM

When a sanding belt is cutting correctly, the abrasive grains are tearing through the surface under low pressure.


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