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About the Knowledge Base
WOODWEB's Knowledge Base functions as an online, wood industry library. It grows continuously, and currently contains over 10,000 articles, including contributions from wood-industry magazines and experts, and the best discussions from our Interactive Forums.

How to Use the Knowledge Base
There are two ways to access articles in the Knowledge Base: browsing and searching.

Browsing allows you to use the Knowledge Base as if it were a library, divided into specific areas of interest. As you review the complete list of categories, click on any category you're interested in to view a list of related articles. Each article title is accompanied by a brief description of the article's content.

Searching allows you to locate articles based on the specific words or phrases contained in the article. In the search field below, enter a word or phrase related to the topic you are interested in. Click "Go", and a list of related articles will appear. The articles listed contain the word or phrase you entered into the search field.

Enter search terms and click 'go'

To locate articles on a particular topic, enter a word or phrase related to the topic (for example: to locate articles describing the hardness and strength of wood, enter "wood properties").

To locate articles by a specific author, enter the author's name (enter "Wengert" to locate articles written by Professor Gene Wengert, for example).

To locate Forum threads a specific WOODWEB Technical Advisor contributed to, enter the Technical Advisor's name.

You may also search the Knowledge Base using the search field found at the top right corner of every page at WOODWEB. Choose "Knowledge Base" from the drop down list, and enter a search term or phrase.

For tips on effective searching and "power searching", review our Search Tips.



Recent Knowledge Base Articles

Adhesives, Gluing and Laminating
 -Glues and Bonding
Agents

 -Gluing and
Clamping
Equipment


Architectural Millwork
 -Custom Millwork
 -Doors and
Windows

 -Flooring
 -General
 -Millwork Installer
 -Lathe Turning
 -Mouldings
 -Millwork
Restoration

 -Stairs
 -Stock
Manufacturing


Business
 -Employee Relations
 -Estimating -
Accounting -
Profitability

 -Legal
 -Marketing
 -Plant Management
 -Project
Management

 -Sales


Cabinetmaking
 -Commercial
Cabinetry

 -Custom Cabinet
Construction

 -Cabinet Design
 -Cabinet Door
Construction

 -General
 -Installation
 -Residential
Cabinetry

 -Store Fixtures

Computerization
 -Software
 -CNC Machinery
and Techniques

 -CAD and Design

Dust Collection, Safety, Plant Operation
 -General
 -Material Handling
 -Wood Waste
Disposal

 -Safety Equipment
 -Hazard
Communication


Finishing
 -General
Wood Finishing

 -High Speed
Production

 -Refinishing


Forestry
 -Agro-Forestry
 -Forest Products
Laboratory Articles

 -Tree Pests & Diseases
 -Timber Harvesting
 -Tree Planting
 -Woodlot Management


Furniture
 -Custom Furniture
 -Furniture Design
 -General
 -Furniture
Manufacturing

 -Outdoor Furniture
 -Furniture Repairs
 -Furniture
Reproduction

 -Restoration


Laminating and Solid Surfacing
 -Fabrication
Techniques

 -Materials
 -Equipment
Lumber and Plywood
 -Buying
 -Storage
 -Wood
Identification

 -General


Primary Processing
 -Air Drying
Lumber

 -Kiln Construction
 -Kiln Operation
 -Lumber Grading
 -Sawmilling
 -Woodlot
Management

 -Yield Formulas


Solid Wood Machining
 -General
 -Setup and
Maintenance

 -Tooling
 -Tool Grinding


Veneer
 -Machinery
 -Processing and
Manufacturing

 -Techniques


Wood Engineering
 -General
 -Wood Properties


Woodworking Miscellaneous
 -
Accessories
 -Bending Wood
 -Boat Building
 -Boat Repairs
 -Carving
 -Musical
Instruments

 -Picture Frames
 -Tool Maintenance
 -Woodworking



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