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The WOODWEB Update - #265
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tightly radiused trim without distortion is the name of the game in this thread.
shop owner whose business has grown feels he's neither here nor there... Is he
set of cabinets has come down with a bad case of blistering, and needs a diagnosis.
designer requests table bases in the form of cones. The woodworker asks: what's
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Orsinger's company, Norman Orsinger Woodworking, Ltd., as well
Safety Speed Cut features
a comprehensive collection of videos demonstrating a
Knowledge Base Highlights
Disguising hickory sapwood as heartwood
is the aim in this article. Forum
it or not, some woodworkers are successfully adapting to the downturn by increasing
their prices. Here's how.
starts out as a conversation about block and tackle mechanical advantage, but
develops into a detailed discussion of ways to skid and load logs without tearing
up the ground.
on the construction of free-standing spiral stairs is doled out in this article,
along with pictures of a couple of non-traditional staircase examples.
workers want to know: does the shop's acquisition of a CNC machine spell the end
of their employment? Show them this article as reassurance, because it's unanimous
amongst these shop owners: increased shop efficiency means job security.
ground knives can be damaged right away by mineral deposits within some hardwoods.
Here's advice on knife material choices that could help avoid the problem.
Recent Additions to the Woodworkers Directory
following companies recently created free web pages at the Woodworkers
WalzCraft is pleased to announce the expansion
of their extensive line of Cabinet Refacing Materials. Veneered Sheet Stock and
“Solid Wood” Refacing Stock are available in several wood species and grades,
varying thicknesses and a variety of backer materials. Many can be ordered Ripped
to Width or Cut-to-Size for ease of installation. Learn more at:
Reitan Fine Woodworking, Inc. specializes in the luxury home market, taking on
jobs that range in size from furniture pieces to renovation projects. See the
shop and read about this California business at the Project Gallery:
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