The Variety Woodworker, from toolmaker Greenlee, was built in the early 1900s and is the only machine of its kind to still exist.
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We have officially crowned 32-year-old Zack Schaffer as the winner of our annual Young Wood Pro competition.
In one form, the Cloud Bed from Ori is a working desk and table beneath a lofted bed. But with the push of a button, the bed descends and the desk folds into the floor and out of sight.
A group of home builders in Colorado says theft of lumber from job sites has reached levels never before seen.
Rising lumber prices, trucking issues, and high demand are contributing to a growing worldwide shortage of wood pallets.
Texas-based millwork and store fixtures maker Vira Insight has opened a 350,000 square foot manufacturing plant and headquarters in North Texas.
"Hire quickly and do not pause. It's an employee's market."
Nearly 80 companies are exhibiting hundreds of products at the Palm Beach County Convention Center today at Wood Pro Expo Florida and Closets Expo.
Canadian lumber giant Canfor has announced its first expansion into the state of Louisiana - a new $160 million sawmill.
Building materials and lumber giant Louisiana-Pacific has broken ground on a $150 million addition to its sawmill in New Limerick, Maine.