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2012 WOOD 100 Strategies for Success: Productivity Enhancements

By Karen Koenig Posted: 09/07/2012 10:59AM

More than machinery, it takes a dedicated and skilled staff to drive productivity at the required levels needed by woodworking facilities of all sizes. Today’s workers must be familiar with green and lean manufacturing and also have a mindset for quality control and project management.

2012 WOOD 100 Strategies for Success: Technology Integration

By Karen Koenig Posted: 09/06/2012 3:29PM

Investments in technology are helping today’s woodworkers to be leaner, greener and expand their production capabilities, thereby spurring growth in their businesses. New opportunities await those companies that have the organization in place to accomplish this.

2012 WOOD 100 Strategies for Success: Product Innovations

By Karen Koenig Posted: 09/06/2012 2:55PM

Cooking up new and creative ideas is what distinguishes these innovative wood products companies from their competitors.

2012 WOOD 100 Strategies for Success: Customer Service

By Karen Koenig Posted: 09/06/2012 2:22PM

A reputation for good and reliable service can open doors to new opportunities. Quality control, fast turnaround, lean and green machining and custom craftsmanship are all key ingredients.

Tailoring On Site With Precise Jigsaws

By Bill Esler Posted: 08/08/2012 11:23AM

The latest jigsaws from Bosch feature improved guides to keep blades aligned, even in strenuous cuts.

Wood Shops' Most Commented Stories-August 2012

By Bill Esler Posted: 08/06/2012 11:57AM

Most commented articles in the past few weeks at Woodworking Network online, and through Facebook and Twitter.

Dark Cabinet Colors? Use A Dye and A Wipe

By Bernie Bottens Posted: 07/12/2012 11:25AM

Trends in kitchen cabinet colors continue to leaning towards darker, more furniture-like colors. Depending on the look required and the species of wood involved, a dye and a wipe may be the ticket.

Top Reasons to Buy Components Made in North America

Posted: 07/06/2012 3:57PM

Sourcing component products from domestic suppliers, using domestic labor and our sustainable wood materials, gives furniture, cabinet, millwork, and other wood product manufacturers some excellent competitive advantages.

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