Q. We have some lumber that we planed on our two-headed planer. We are certain that the lumber was flat going and coming out. We then stacked the lumber and now about four weeks later, we are seeing a lot of pieces that are bowed. In fact, within the stack, all are bowed the same direction…ends down and center up. Where should we look?
Q. As we look at improvements in our cabinet operation, we seem to believe that improvements in yield are much more valuable than improvements in the cost of labor or machinery. Does this make sense to you?