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Favorite Species: What's Hot for Casegoods and Components

By Jo-Ann Kaiser Posted: 03/06/2013 10:51AM

Wood products manufacturers and industry suppliers offer up their favorites for domestic and exotic species.

Making the Switch to LED Lighting

Posted: 02/18/2013 2:42PM

The growing popularity of LED lighting is excellent news for cabinet designers and installers. Consumers consider the LED trend to be more than just a bright idea for their kitchen, office or bath. Today, it’s a proven way to assure maximum control of aesthetic variables while saving money over years of dependable, energy-efficient use. Cabinet shops are discovering that LED systems are quick and easy to install – without the need for an electrician.

Bringing Shop Efficiencies To The Jobsite

By Dan Rush Posted: 02/18/2013 1:44PM

When working in a personal workshop, us woodworkers are significantly more efficient and organized because each tool is where it needs to be, and we are accustomed to the space. Unfortunately, the same cannot always be said when working on a jobsite.

Biscuit Joinery at Its Best

By David Getts Posted: 02/18/2013 8:00AM

A look at the different types of biscuit joinery

Cabinet & Casegood Hardware Offerings

By Karen Koenig Posted: 11/28/2012 10:02AM

A roundup of hardware products, including hinges, slides, grommets, locks and more.

Simpson Strong-Tie Hurricane Building Advice

By Bill Esler Posted: 11/10/2012 3:17PM

Simpson Strong-Tie, which makes wood-to-concrete and wood-to-masonry connectors, offers advice on how to build hurricane resistance into projects.

Trending Today’s Species: Favorites for Casegoods and Components

By Jo-Ann Kaiser Posted: 03/08/2012 5:07PM

Woodworking manufacturers, students and suppliers name their domestic and exotic species favorites.

Cabinet Doors: Storage & Handling Tips for Improved Quality

Posted: 03/08/2012 4:58PM

Here are five tips for the correct storage and handling of doors.

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