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Wood Components Exec Looks Forward to Growth, Opportunities

By Amy Snell Posted: 07/02/2013 4:28PM

Learn more about the WCMA's new executive director and how WCMA member dimension and wood component manufacturers can supply any product you might need.

Wood Components Market Study: Usage Trends & Species

Posted by Karen Koenig | Posted: 07/02/2013 2:21PM

Despite a decline in numbers, the cabinet industry is still the top market for wood components.

Wood Components Fall Conference Features Networking, Technology

Posted: 07/02/2013 2:02PM

The 2013 WCMA Fall Conference & Plant Tour Event will be Sept. 15-17 in the Canton, Ohio area.

Rugby Announces Acquisition of Walden’s Distributing

Posted: 05/17/2013 9:33PM

Rugby Architectural Building Products announces the acquisition of Walden’s Distributing, Inc., Fort Worth, TX.

Tropical Organix: An Exotic Artisanal Panel

Posted: 04/18/2013 8:13PM

Newly reintroduced by Architectural Systems, Tropical Organix brings a contemporary organic sensibility into commercial environments. The natural tapestry of coconut shells, teakwood and palmwood add an artisan-­‐ crafted aesthetic to walls, ceilings, furnishings and display elements.

How to Keep Your Lumber Cost Low

By Rick Hill Posted: 03/06/2013 8:13PM

The most expensive raw material in most wood manufacturing plants is the lumber. Keeping a handle on the recently rising market and a steady supply are essential to staying profitable.

10 Reasons to Outsource Wood Components

Posted: 03/06/2013 11:33AM

A lighthearted look at 10 reasons to outsource wood components.

Where Does Your Dust Go?

By Harry S. Guensche Posted: 02/18/2013 3:19PM

Tooling development has made major steps forward in the last 25 years. Manufacturers have come up with sophisticated tool design and cutting materials, as well as improved quality and reliability of tools. These developments greatly expanded options for manufacturers in their choice of workpiece materials; noise levels could be reduced and tool performance was pushed. Tooling producers even researched peripheral areas such as the interface to the machine, which brought new tool holders (e.g. HSK tool holder and hydro sleeves) and spindle designs with accuracy and efficiency never seen before (high precision HF spindle). In their effort to optimize tooling performance, R&D departments widened research beyond the tool to include teams comprised of universities, machine manufacturers, raw material producers and tool users to find solutions for very complex problems like dust extraction.

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