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Hardwood Demand Indicator Lags Year-Ago Levels as Inventory Rises

By Andy Johnson Posted: 03/26/2015 8:36PM

Hardwood Publishing says its latest Leading Hardwood Demand Indicator (LHDI), while rising in the March through May 2015 period, is falling behind the levels of 2014.


Composite Panel Association Names Morrill Its New President

Posted: 03/26/2015 1:55PM

The Composite Panel Association has hired Jackson Morrill as its new president, effective April 13. Morrill has been serving as director for the American Chemistry Council (ACC) since 2010, where he managed the Formaldehyde Panel directing comprehensive state and federal advocacy initiatives, communications, third-party outreach and scientific studies on formaldehyde.


How to Order Hardwood Plywood by the Panel

Posted: 03/24/2015 9:49AM

Here’s a common scenario on the shop floor: sometimes you are in need of one or two hardwood plywood panels, or maybe even just one panel with a high-end specialty veneer. What do you do?


German Engineered Wood Industry Faces Familiar Challenges

By Posted: 03/23/2015 9:26PM

About ten percent of forest wood in Germany goes into engineered wood products. Manufacturers produce an average of some six million cubic meters of particle board, four million cubic meters of fiberboard and one million cubic meters of waferboard.




20-story Wooden Highrise Apartments Planned for Stockholm

Posted: 03/23/2015 8:34PM

Tham & Videgård have designed a development with 240 apartments in Stockholm all built in massive wood for the specialized wood construction developer Folkhem, The buildings are constructed entirely of Swedish solid wood, from the load bearing structure to the facade, finishes and windows.


Delta Millworks Shows Burning Lumber as a Finishing Technique

Posted by Bill Esler | Posted: 03/22/2015 1:32PM

Delta Millwork's shows a Weinig milling boards before the flames: finishing lumber with fire to preserve it and give it unique style - Shou Sugi Ban.


How to Handle Shou Sugi Ban Char-Finished Western Cedar

Posted by Bill Esler | Posted: 03/21/2015 1:26PM

CharredWood.com sells shou sugi ban finished Western Red Cedar siding, a very traditional West Coast cladding, which is naturally resistant to damage from UV and weather, insects, rot, decay, and fire due to its high tannin content and scorched surface.


Flush With Lumber, Hardwood Buyers Slow Purchases

By Andy Johnson Posted: 03/13/2015 4:37PM

North American hardwood sawmills reported slow sales during the first half of March.


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