Adam West sees lots of sanding belts at his bench top. As an abrasives troubleshooter and tech adviser, he decided to summarize his advice to machine operators, and got a lot of views. Also popular: a Viet Nam-made rubberwood and burch veneer table that can set floors on fire.

Woodworking Network at Facebook and other social media channels exert increasing reach. Most popular at Facebook this week was a portfolio entry by Greg Klassen of a Walnut River Table.

Here are the wood industry's most view reports and videos this week:

       Birch Veneer Night Stand, Made in Viet Nam, Said to Scorch Floors
by Bill Esler
Does Your Sanding Make Sense? Inside Wide-Belt Machines
by Adam West
Bentley Motors Custom Woodworking Helps Drive Bentley Motors' Luxury Vehicles
by Karen Koenig
At 50 Conestoga Wood Specialties Faces Changed Cabinet Industry by Jeff Eichenseer, Conestoga Wood Specialties
  Video: How to Build a Murphy Bed: Create a Bed Kits at IWF 2014
Jordan Manufacturing Outdoor Furniture Plant Reopens After Fatal Shooting
by Karen Koenig
Odysseus, Epic Woodworker, Tells How To Build an Immovable Bed by Matt Schumake
Made in America 2014: Wood Production is Growing
by Karen Koenig
Echelon Cabinetry, Advanta Cabinets Born from Armstrong Cabinets
by Alex Keown
Goliath Laminated Timbers Let Wood Roller Coasters Loop the Loop
by Alex Keown
Live Edge, Inverted - Walnut River Hall Table by Greg Klassen
by Matt Schumake
Janov-Millwork 145 Janov Millwork and Manufacturing Auction Cancelled
by Bill Esler

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