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Plywood Antidumping Ruling: Upside-Down System of Justice

By Carl Spencer Posted: 10/01/2013 10:03PM

Spencer Cabinetry, my company, is just a small kitchen cabinet manufacturer in Washington State. Who would have thought we would be sucked up by the typhoon that is national politics. I have now seen it first hand and it is truly ugly.

CARB Formaldehyde Rule Should Be Law of the Land

By Tom Julia Posted: 09/02/2013 2:56PM

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency should cut to the chase and adopt the CARB formaldehyde rule as the national standard.

War on Imported Plywood Bears Collateral Damage for Wood Industry

By Greg Simon Posted: 08/05/2013 2:45PM

American Alliance for Hardwood Plywood's Greg Simon weighs in on what he dubs a "war on imports."

Most Promising Wood Products Story of 2012 Update

By Chuck Ray Posted: 07/14/2013 10:02AM

The Four Corners Wood Products sawmill, a partnership between private business, the community and the federal government, is up and running in Eager, AZ.

Kramer, Seinfeld Agree - Wood is Good; Rosanne Takes Up Logging

By Chuck Ray Posted: 06/09/2013 3:56PM

Need a laugh to escape the blahs. could always be worse.

Giant Sycamore Almost Crushes Truck

By Scott Wunder Posted: 06/06/2013 6:51PM

An huge unwanted sycamore log, that put the durability of my truck in an unplanned test, wound up creating gorgeous kitchen cabinets.

What is Fine Woodworking? Part 2

By Jared Patchin Posted: 05/31/2013 12:21PM

A reader comment on my curved sapele hall bench projected prompted me to ask - what exactly constitutes fine furniture or fine woodworking in general.

Woodworking with Gloves: Am I Crazy?

By Scott Wunder Posted: 05/30/2013 11:36PM

I almost always wear gloves in the shop, even while operating machinery. Here's why.

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