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Edgy Treatments for Casegoods, Cabinets & More

Posted by Karen Koenig | Posted: 03/05/2014 11:01AM

A roundup of edgebanding machines and supplies for use in manufacturing cabinets, casegoods, furniture and other wood products.


Picture This: Digital Printing on Wood

By Karen Koenig Posted: 01/24/2014 4:14PM

Relatively new for the woodworking industry, digital printing offers opportunities for high-speed, high-definition imaging onto a variety of substrates, including solid wood, panel products and decor papers.


Digital Printing for Wood: Advantages in Finishing

By Karen Koenig Posted: 01/24/2014 2:22PM

Relatively new to the woodworking industry, digital printing can be used in a variety of applications, including: furniture, flooring, store fixtures and point-of-purchase displays, wall paneling and even cabinetry. Here are some of the advantages of this finishing system.


Woodworking Hardware for Cabinetry & Casegoods

By Bill Esler Posted: 01/24/2014 1:17PM

Functional hardware today is ever more responsive, as swinging doors are joined by sliding, lift (flap opening upward) and tambour. Among the hardware featured are products on display at KBIS and IBS 2014.




Teaching Wood Students Success at Fox Valley Tech

By Matt Schumake Posted: 01/24/2014 10:00AM

In the year-long Wood Manufacturing Technology Program at Fox Valley Technical College, instructors Mark Lorge and Glenn Koerner prepare students for woodworking industry careers, including CNC operation and software.


Closets Strategies for International Builders Show 2014

By Bill Esler Posted: 01/19/2014 5:04PM

The International Builders Show includes more than three dozen companies listed under closets, home storage, and items like wardrobes. Even more storage appears at adjoining KBIS 2014, both running Feb. 4-6 in Las Vegas.


Preventing Moisture Problems from Start to Finish

Posted: 12/13/2013 3:48PM

It is not enough to use perfectly dry lumber at 6-8% when producing cabinets and furniture. Lumber always interacts with the surrounding air.


Making a Case for Ripping Hardwood Lumber

By Joe Zbicki Posted: 12/13/2013 2:58PM

The act of ripping hardwood lumber is not new. Manufacturers have been ripping hardwood lumber as part of converting random width hardwood lumber into usable parts for years. Whether it is with a simple table saw or using a more advanced gang rip saw, ripping lumber is a standard industry practice.


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