A blaze that destroyed a 260-unit apartment complex just west of Boston over the weekend was exacerbated by the building's all-wood frame, said firefighters.
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Brian Way, a custom cabinet and millwork installer specializing in commercial projects, often has jobs requiring him and his team to work over a large space. Sometimes those jobs need special solutions.
Featuring two anthropomorphic robots, the completely automated Lean Robot Cell system performs all of the various machining stages of a job - from semi-machined panels to panels completely machined.
Uneeda, a manufacturer of coated abrasives and sanding technology, has introduced what it calls AKF material with Rombex technology - a unique rhomboidal coated pattern that provides increased dust extraction and a longer lifespan. It also vastly reduces the heat caused by friction by dispersing the heat more evenly. Reduced friction and improved dust extraction lead to longer machining time and fewer line stops to replace worn materials.
The material and technology won a Visionary Award at the 2017 AWFS Fair in Las Vegas, held July 19-22.
Featuring the company's signature E-clips fastening technology, Lockdowel's new snap-on drawer slides enable complete, tool-less installation.
Tool-less green barbs utilize pre-drilled 8mm holes in the side panels of the drawer box. They go all the way through, beneath the dado, making them invisible after installation. Simply line up the slide and barbs with the holes, and press down.
SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA - The Korea Wood Show, a leading trade show in Korea is scheduled for November 9-12, 2017 at Hall 10 of KINTEX ( 2nd Exhibition Center).
The notable items to be introduced at 2017 Korea Wood Show are wood furniture, diverse species wood slab, various types of wooden houses and interior and exterior wood products etc.
"What is the dirtiest, dustiest tool in your shop?" Oneida Air Systems asked woodworkers. The overwhelming answer: portable routers.