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Wood Industry 4.0: The Fourth Industrial Revolution

By Sepp Gmeiner and Georg Frey, Lignum Consulting Posted: 04/17/2015 9:52AM

Industry 4.0 will be the buzz at LIGNA 2015, drawn from European wood manufacturing and other industries. It is based on high-tech strategy of the German government to promote computerization on a much larger scale than is currently used.


CNC Router Checklist: Key Considerations Before Purchasing

By Tom Galzin Posted: 03/31/2015 5:04PM

Once you decided that a CNC router is in your future, how do you begin the process of narrowing down the choices to the right one for your business? Here are the factors to consider.


Why Ethan Allen Believes in U.S. Manufacturing for Export

By Farooq Kathwari Posted: 03/08/2015 1:11PM

Ethan Allen Furniture is in another reinvention that impacts every element of our business. We are vertically integrated company. And very importantly, we are very focused on increasing – not only maintaining, but increasing – our manufacturing in the United States.


Western Dovetail is Back! Thanks for Supporting Us.

By Max Hunter Posted: 03/04/2015 3:25PM

You may have heard that Western Dovetail's drawer box business was displaced by the Napa/Vallejo area earthquake last year on August 24th. After 5 months of moving and rebuilding our shop, we are back to near full production capacity




MBVC's Shades of Grey - Vtec Cerused Oak

By Dan Meyerson Posted: 02/27/2015 2:39PM

It's true - we are finishing the Valentine's month joining the promotion of "everything is Grey," and it's not just about the movie, but design trends have also been on a "grey" theme for some time.


How to Edge Glue Multiple Butcher Blocks Into One Piece

By Todd McClure Posted: 11/24/2014 2:56PM

When it comes to making butcher block almost every woodworker has at one time or another had to glue up multiple butcher blocks together. Here's some tips for improving the process.


If CNC Spindles Had Odometers Like Cars, How Far Would They Run?

By Tony Maffeo Posted: 11/20/2014 8:22AM

If we kept track of the mileage of spindles, as we do our automobiles, a typical 24,000 rpm spindle used eight hours a day would accumulate over 250,000 miles per year. Eventually, the bearings wear out or the electrical insulation fails. Then what?


3D Printing – Advance Cabinet Systems Offers Its View

By Kyle Rennaker Posted: 11/03/2014 7:43PM

Imagine having to fix a broken computer part or a plastic light switch cover, but instead of going to the store, you just print it from your own computer.


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