Woodworking Industry News
To reflect its broad portfolio of companies and products, Hooker Furniture has rebranded its name to Hooker Furnishings.
A new standard affecting countertop design has taken a step forward as the standard will be submitted for a second round of public comments.
The colors and comforts of home are finding their place in the commercial office environment. New designs also highlight the need for flexible furniture and spaces.
LAC-MEGANTIC, Quebec – Louis Brassard, CEO of Tafisa, provides an update of the company’s accomplishments completed during the COVID-19 pandemic.
ORLANDO -- Programming multiple CNC machines and integrating routers, point-to-point machines and saws can be challenging and time-consuming. CIM-TECH and Woodworking Network will present a webinar on Wednesday, November 10 at 2 p.m. Eastern detailing how having one integrated software solution can efficiently streamline your process and increase your productivity. According to Kenny Belfatto, national sales manager for CIM-TECH, using Saw-CIM allows the 3D output from CIM-TECH to be filtered to a saw, router or point-to-point machine via ARDIS software.
By Harry Urban
State officials tout how rural areas in Alabama contribute skilled workers to manufacturers like Kith Kitchens.
Acquisition of Eugene-based Seneca Sawmill Co. means one of largest U.S. lumber makers is even bigger.
Houzz survey finds confidence in home renovation high despite delays and severe labor shortages.