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How to Turn New Wood into Antique Beams

By Scott Wunder Posted: 04/16/2014 9:32PM

If you are looking for a way to work out your frustration on reclaimed wood, then boy do I have a job for you!


Historic Event at 2014 Cabinets & Closets Conference & Expo

By Jeff Klein Posted: 04/16/2014 9:36AM

The 2014 Cabinets & Closets Conference leaves past ACSP president Jeff Klein, speechless...but in a good way as he received the closet association's Pioneer Award.


Why Horses Hate One of Our Favorite Woods - Black Walnut

By Daniel Cassens and Christina Wilson Posted: 04/13/2014 6:20PM

From the horses’ viewpoint, bedding down on walnut shavings or sawdust could literally result in death.


Building a 'Made in Canada' Furniture Business

By Dana Fromunda Posted: 04/13/2014 5:15PM

In times when many Canadian furniture companies are looking to find new opportunities to sell and market their existing products and when others are thinking about closing their doors, selling their businesses or starting something outside furniture manufacturing, Ruff Swan is blooming and booming.




China's Ghost Cities & Mystery of the World's Biggest Building

By Chuck Ray Posted: 04/13/2014 11:27AM

It's been a couple of years since we initially looked at the "ghost cities" of China. At that time, there was a feeling that the development just couldn't go on forever. Well, maybe not forever, but it has continued at least this long.


How Hooker Furniture Used 3D Print on RTA Upholstered Chairs

By Bill Esler Posted: 04/12/2014 12:58PM

To engineer an upholstered ready-to-assemble furniture line, Hooker Furniture used 3D printing. Art Raymond explained the technology and its potential for wood manufacturing at the Executive Briefing Conference 2014 in Denver.


Hardwood Check-Off Should Move Forward

By Jeff Durst Posted: 04/09/2014 3:00PM

In my mind, the proposed Check-Off program is not about our respective businesses today. It is about the long-term collective future of the hardwood industry; our businesses, our employees and their families, and a way of life.


Timber Towers Using CLT Will Grow Markets for Wood

By Bill Esler Posted: 04/08/2014 10:04AM

Continued advances in cross laminated timber (CLT) and wood framing techniques now make wood high-rises practical. A key enabling technology are adhesives.


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