Plans for WMS 2015, Canada’s largest event for the wood industry – the Woodworking Machinery & Supply Conference and Expo – are in full swing, with more than 125 exhibitors - including woodworking machinery, panel, hardware, and supplies - already committed to the show. WMS 2015 will be held November 5-7 at the International Centre in Mississauga, ON, just outside Toronto.
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A series of comments made during this past August's issue of Woodworking Network Magazine.
Until recently, cabinetmakers who wanted the “traditional” look of a butt hinge but the installation ease of a concealed hinge had no recourse, says Birdie Miller, designer and custom cabinetmaker. To meet this growing demand for advances in professional woodworking equipment, he created the EuroButt II, a European-style concealed butt hinge.
Key to the quality of any wood product are the sanding and finishing operations.
Woodworking Network has a number of awards programs aimed at honoring and promoting the work of woodworkers and design professionals.Launched this summer, the second annual Young Woodworking Professionals Week (#YWPweek) celebrates the Young Wood Pros who help keep the industry ticking. The selection of the Young Woodworking Professional of the Year is powered by fan voting on Woodworking Network’s social media platforms.
A tool-free fastening and assembly system, Lockdowel can be used for the construction of cabinets, casegoods, furniture, fixtures, closets and components such as drawer boxes. It creates an invisible joint that can withstand mechanical and vibratory stress without loosening.
The new president of the Composite Panel Association, Jackson Morrill is no stranger to the woodworking industry. He took time recently to share his thoughts with Woodworking Network on the challenges and opportunities ahead for the composite panel industry.
Steelcase says the Brody WorkLounge is “the first and only microenvironment designed for the brain and the body” — enabling people to remain focused on what’s important.