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Thermofoil: 3D Laminating Technology Grows Up

By Bill Formella Posted: 05/31/2012 9:50AM

This year the North American market for 3D laminated thermofoil turns 24. While there were some struggles in its infancy, the good news is 3D laminating now produces components that are both aesthetically pleasing and extremely durable.

The $8999 Full Kitchen Cabinet Remodel

By Dave Grulke Posted: 04/20/2012 8:53AM

We know they are out there, and I have a copy of an ad to prove it: kitchen remodelers, cabinet dealers and shops who are constantly keeping the pressure on the market to expect rock bottom prices.

Cabinet Makers Look to KBIS for New Clients

By Dave Grulke Posted: 04/15/2012 2:41PM

The Cabinet Makers Association is planning to bring together CMA members, NKBA officials and KBIS show management to explore the possibilities of working together. And we invite you to participate at KBIS April 22-24 in Chicago.

As Housing Picks Up, Get Your Business Ready to Rock

By Emily Small Posted: 04/09/2012 11:49AM

Home trends point to new signs of life in the kitchen and bath market, opening up opportunities for woodworkers, cabinetmakers and other businesses catering to new-home buyers and remodelers.

How Veneer Solutions Wins with Conscious Capitalism

By Pete O'Brien Posted: 04/04/2012 3:12PM

Veneer Solutions has taken on a community project in our home base of Clarksville, TX. And in the process we have discovered we are part of a growing movement in business, called "Conscious Capitalism."

Defining Flame-Resistant Fabrics for ComDust Fires

By Derek Sang Posted: 03/19/2012 1:17PM

Non-flame resistant fabrics, which make up the majority of the industrial garments in today’s market, can and do ignite - which can turn a survivable situation into a fatal one.

Occupy USGBC? Maybe It's Time

By Phil Bowers Posted: 03/06/2012 4:10PM

Maine's governor banned the LEED rating standard for consideration in state construction projects because the U.S Green Building Council's LEED only accepts FSC certification - which doesn't include most of Maine's forests.

Changes to FSC Chain-of-Custody Standards

By Andrew Ramirez Posted: 02/22/2012 8:04AM

The FSC Group Chain-of-Custody Certificate was designed to allow smaller forest products companies to join together to share certification costs and pool the resources of the group together to streamline the certification process.

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