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Robert Dalheim

Robert Dalheim is an editor at the Woodworking Network. Along with publishing online news articles, he writes feature stories for the FDMC print publication. He can be reached at

Congressman visits Timber Products, slams Chinese trade issues

MEDFORD, Ore. – Known for advocating free trade, Oregon Congressman Greg Walden (R-OR), the chairman of the House Energy and Commerce Committee, was welcomed at Timber Products’ hardwood plywood facility in Medford, Oregon, where he toured the company's manufacturing plant.
“Greg has been a great advocate in our trade case against Chinese hardwood plywood and our efforts to protect jobs," said Timber Products CEO Joe Gonyea III.

Putsch edgebander offers pre-mill and quarter rounding at AWFS 2017

Jared Patchin from Woodworking Network takes the opportunity to talk with J. Robert Tate from Putsch about their new line of compact line of edgebanders.
A particular model, EBP950, carries pre-mill, front and back trim, quarter rounding, top and bottom, edge-scraping, glue-scraping, and buffing, while offering a small footprint.

Quickscrews at AWFS 2017 - supplying the right screw for the job

Quickscrews Founder/CEO Greg Weiner takes Woodworking Network's Jared Patchin through some of the unique thread designs and new products that they are introducing going forward.
The largest privately-held screw supplier in the U.S., Quickscrews products allow woodworkers to get into the wood without splitting or cracking it.

Instant electronic verification - RSA Solutions software at AWFS 2017

Woodworking Network's Jared Patchin talks with RSA Solutions' Regional Sales Manager/CEO Shawn Maberry about how their software can help woodworking professionals. With the advent of Industry 4.0, RSA Solutions says all of its products make life easier for woodworking professionals. Product labels can be scanned before they're loaded on the truck - providing instant electronic verification that everything supposed to be on the truck is actually on the truck. Their software allows the access of any documentation, like installation instructions, on a mobile device.