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Choosing the Best Ripsaw for the Solid Wood Machining Application

By John Branch Posted: 03/07/2011 12:00AM

Using the right ripsaw for the job can improve the operation’s yield, saving material, time and money.

5 Tips to Optimize Moulder Usage

Posted: 03/07/2011 12:00AM

5 tips to optimize moulder usage

idX Goes Lean

Posted: 03/07/2011 12:00AM

Utilizing a large workforce, idX Corp. manufactures store fixtures and custom millwork for a client portfolio that reads like a “Who’s Who” of retail, including Levi’s, Guess, Microsoft, Marriott Corp., Starbucks, CitiGroup, Coach, Charles Schwab, Old Navy, Gap, JCPenney, T-Mobile, Williams Sonoma and more. The company has eight facilities and offices worldwide, housing more than 1,700,000 square feet of manufacturing and warehousing space.

Custom Cupboards Goes Robotic

By Karen Koenig Posted: 03/07/2011 12:00AM

Retrieve. Scan. Place. Repeat. Demonstrating precise accuracy and flexibility, the robotic cell at Wichita, KS-based Custom Cupboards builds face frames for the company’s line of traditional cabinetry. This cell is the first of its kind in the United States.

Energy Efficient Woodworking Machines

By Mark Brownhill Posted: 01/15/2011 12:00AM

The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) estimates that 47% of the electricity used in the non-metal fabrication industries is consumed by motor-driven equipment.

A Surfaces ‘Primer’

Posted: 03/27/2010 12:00AM

Knowing the properties, benefits and applications for decorative surfacing materials will help you work with customers to make a wise choice.

Guide to Wood Certification

Posted: 03/27/2010 12:00AM

Here’s some resources for wood products companies to get their ‘green’ programs going or take existing ones to the next level. 

12 Reasons to Outsource

Posted: 03/25/2010 12:00AM

According to an outsourcing study conducted by Vance Research Services for the Wood Component Manufacturers Association, more than 90 percent of North American woodworking professionals purchase their components from U.S. and Canadian suppliers.

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