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SuperThick Veneer

Posted: 02/27/2015 3:29PM

Thin is nice, but some things are better thick – thick bacon, thick burger, thick steak, and thick wood veneer.

Cocobolo Is a Dramatic Hardwood with a Beautiful Figure

By Jo-Ann Kaiser Posted: 02/27/2015 3:27PM

Cocobolo timber is sturdy and yields very interesting, beautiful figures. The wood is usually cut into veneers for use in inlay work and fine furniture.

MBVC's Shades of Grey - Vtec Cerused Oak

By Dan Meyerson Posted: 02/27/2015 2:39PM

It's true - we are finishing the Valentine's month joining the promotion of "everything is Grey," and it's not just about the movie, but design trends have also been on a "grey" theme for some time.

Composite Panel Market Grows; Consumption to Hit 10% in 2015

By Karen Koenig Posted: 02/27/2015 11:57AM

Particleboard and MDF consumption is projected to grow in North America through 2016, hitting 10% in 2015, buoyed in part by the strengthening of the U.S. housing market.

Madison College hosts Veneering and Laminating Seminar

Posted: 02/24/2015 2:34PM

A record number of guests attended the latest seminar offered by the Cabinetmaking & Millwork program at Madison College.

UCS Forest Group of Companies Acquires White-Wood Distributors

Posted: 02/24/2015 11:18AM

UCS Forest Group of Companies will acquire the assets and ongoing business activities of the British Columbia business unit of White-Wood Distributors Ltd. UCS does business in Canada as Upper Canada Forest Products Ltd.

Digital Wood: A New Approach to Shaping Layered Veneer

Posted by Bill Esler | Posted: 02/24/2015 10:50AM

In its design and fabrication process, LMBRJK uses a CAD-based, 80-watt laser cutter with which hundreds of veneer layers are tooled. LMBRJK then hand assembles layers into precisely designed shapes. Every item goes through a rigorous process to achieve a hand-worked surface finish.

As Hickory, Cherry and Maple Hardwood Exports Drop, Walnut Rises

By Andy Johnson Posted: 02/18/2015 9:22PM

U.S. hardwood exports fell in January; Chinese demand slackened. November exports of Hickory, Cherry and Hard Maple slid; Walnut was the only species that shipped in larger volumes.

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