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Wood Moisture Readers: Pin or Pinless?

Posted: 12/22/2012 11:33PM

Wood moisture meters, essential in avoiding wood moisture problems such as shrinking, warping and cupping, come in both pin and pinless versions. Here's a look at the advantages and disadvantages of each.


ComDust: What Woodworkers Need to Know

By Jamison Scott Posted: 11/28/2012 1:22PM

With the increase of combustible dust incidents, OSHA is visiting woodworking facilities with greater frequency.


Enhancing Woodworking Productivity: Taking the Lean Journey

By Herman Keesee Posted: 11/25/2012 10:25PM

For woodworking companies, Henry Ford's critical thinking on matters of efficiency, waste and profit ring true today in the application of Lean Manufacturing.


Four Steps to Surfacing a CNC Spoilboard

By Mike McClaran, Better Vacuum Cups, greenbvc.com Posted: 11/03/2012 9:54PM

MDF spoilboards: you've got to prepare the board for use on a CNC router bed, to remove the sealer and make it porous so the vacuum will pull through it and hold down the work piece.




Wood Component Maker Turns Waste into Profit

By Karen Koenig Posted: 08/08/2012 11:16AM

Ohio-based Walnut Creek Planing takes sustainability and lean manufacturing to a new level by turning its wood waste into a profit center.


Plant Operation: One Solution to the Wood Waste Dilemma

By Greg Tucholski Posted: 03/08/2012 2:57PM

Briquetting is gaining ground as a technology that provides a cost-effective, environmentally responsible solution for wood processors.


Dust Bags: Frequently Asked Questions by Woodworking Shops

Posted: 03/08/2012 2:48PM

Below are some frequently asked questions that will help in deciding what type of dust collection bag is right for a cabinet, casegoods, furniture or another type of woodworking facility.


3 Dust Collection Considerations for Woodworkers

By Richard Olsaver Posted: 03/08/2012 2:40PM

Regardless of the size of the woodworking shop, it is important to keep in mind these three items when selecting dust collection equipment.


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