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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.


General Tools MMD8P Moisture Meter Is Good on the Outside

By Scott Wunder Posted: 07/21/2014 11:49AM

When the General Tools & Instruments MMD8P moisture meter ($199) showed up to be reviewed, I was excited. I have moisture issues with wood – it seems like it’s always too wet to use and I don’t want to wait.


Wooden Train that Could: Thomas the Train Aims for U.S. Expansion

By Bill Esler Posted: 07/20/2014 12:37PM

Wooden toys - Lincoln Logs, Tootsie Toys, building blocks, puzzles - may be an overlooked wood production niche. Opportunities in the segment will grow as Mattel expands U.S. sales of Thomas the Train. Any chance of a U.S. manufacturer?


Williams & Hussey Marks 60 Years Making Molders in New Hampshire

By Stephen V. Carter Posted: 07/15/2014 2:12PM

Williams & Hussey is celebrating 60 years of manufacturing molders in the Granite State of New Hampshire. Although our location has changed within a few miles of each other we are still located in the southern part of the state.




The Project Estimate is Also a Finely Tuned Woodworking Machine

By Jim McAgy Posted: 07/14/2014 1:01PM

The estimate is one of the best pieces of machinery in any woodworking shop, believe it or not. The better you tune your machinery - we used a Monday meeting - the better it works, and that goes for your proposal as well.


The Recession of 2014? And Other Issues Affecting Closet Industry

By Jeff Klein Posted: 07/11/2014 4:23PM

The upcoming Closet & Storage Summit in Savannah on October 23rd and 24th will tackle the economy and other pressing issues confronting the closet and storage industry.


Wood Finishing 101: The Chemistry in Coating Wood Furniture

By Matt D'Anca Posted: 07/11/2014 9:00AM

In the woodworking industry, there is a tendency to place manual finishing in the realm of art, but the reality is that more finishing problems are the result of microscopic interactions than flawed technique.


Summertime Closet Design Inspiration

By Denise Butchko Posted: 07/11/2014 8:53AM

Designer Denise Butchko gives an overview of what's hot in closet design this summer.


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