Custom Woodworking Business June 2012 issue is now online, featuring Vigilant Woodworks' Spanish Cedar and Moabi rebuild of a historic tobacconist, KBIS design trends, using a CNC to carve a prize winning bamboo magazine holder, plus reports on wood veneer tape, finishing and sales.
The issue includes a visit with Buda Woodworks near Austin, TX, to see how a new spray finishing technology has helped with controlling application of dye and pegmented stains.
By Michaelle Bradford | Updated: 06/07/2012 2:36:00 PM
Wood veneer edgebanding tape, available in a variety of species, enhances kitchen cabinetry simply by concealing the edges of its plywood carcass, giving the project that seamless look of solid wood.
By Michaelle Bradford | Updated: 06/06/2012 10:17:00 AM
Central Texas firm, Buda Woodworks, invested in a new spraying technology that gives it better control on saturation when finishing using dye and pigmented stains.
By Kay Harrison | Updated: 04/17/2012 3:00:00 PM
Moabi mahogany cabinetry, Spanish cedar shelving, black melamine panels, plus casework, seating and millwork by Vigilant Woodworks gave the tobacconist W. Curtis Draper, (established 1887, it's the nation's third oldest) a renewed traditional look. Read more
Posted by Bill Esler | Updated: 05/23/2012 9:37:00 AM
A Seattle woodworking professional is also a woodcraft enthusiast. Here's how he made a winning Bamboo project for a design competition using CNC router and application software. Read more
By Jo-Ann Kaiser | Updated: 06/06/2012 8:17:00 AM
Hickory’s tough-guy reputation precedes it, but the wood also has steam bending properties. It's Wood of the Month at Custom Woodworking Business.
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