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How To Patch Over a Knot: Wunder If This Will Work

By Randy Maxey Posted: 01/06/2015 6:04AM

Like most woodworkers, I've used the old recipe of mixing sawdust with glue, using the fine dust from my random orbital sander. But one problem with mixing with glue is that it’s hard to sand.


Tool Review: Milwaukee 12V LED Lantern

By Matt D'Anca Posted: 01/03/2015 9:00PM

I've always hated flashlights that were part of rechargeable tool lines. My old attitude was: thanks, but I'll use my Maglite. Milwaukee shut my mouth with this one. This little lantern is so simple and effective...and because it's a lantern, not a flashlight...it is dramatically more useful.


Wood Industry Thought Leadership: 2014's Smartest Ideas

By Bill Esler Posted: 12/30/2014 12:15PM

We've recapped 2014's most-viewed wood industry news, top manufacturing technologies; the trendiest woodworking projects, and most-clicked how-to articles; most sought-after design and material trends. Here's a look at 2014's smartest ideas.


Let It Sit or Use It: How To Acclimate Lumber in Any Season

By Scott Wunder Posted: 12/29/2014 2:10PM

To get lumber to the right moisture content, it’s not as simple as just letting the wood sit before you use it. Sometimes letting the wood acclimate to its new environment is actually a bad idea.




Taking Visual Risks in Wood, in Print, and Online

By Bill Esler Posted: 12/28/2014 11:17PM

Woodworking Network uses its specialized communications skills to advance the wood manufacturing business. To do that we will keep pushing the limits of media design and platforms.


Something's Brewing in Oak, Cherry, Walnut and Birch

Posted by Bill Esler | Posted: 12/26/2014 9:38AM

Carved out of Cherry, Walnut, Birch and White Oak block of wood, the Canadiano pour-over coffee maker signifies in its earthiness and simplicity of design the perennial appeal of manual crafts for both makers, and users.


Cuba: Will Wood Products Industries Soon See Opportunity?

By Bill Esler Posted: 12/21/2014 1:05PM

In Cuba, wood industry opportunities will have to wait until Congress acts on trade restrictions. With diplomatic relations normalized last week by the White House, it's likely tourism will grow, affecting U.S. hospitality furniture manufacturers.


What To Buy a Woodworker? 3 Cutting Edge Holiday Gift Ideas

By Bill Esler Posted: 12/13/2014 1:54PM

Some woodshop tools can be adapted for the kitchen, too. On the fun side are a pizza slicer shaped like a rotary saw, and a cake cutter in the shape of a hand saw. Then there's the Microplane, where the same tool is at home in woodworking and culinary arts.


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