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Sawing Machine Poll

What type of sawing machines are you using in your professional
woodworking shop? Let us know, and your vote will be added to the Poll.
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and view results at any time by clicking the "Vote Now and View Results"

Featured Project

When you're trying to sell your work to a new customer, before and after
pictures are a great tool, says this cabinetmaker.

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Hot Threads

Red oak floors that were underwater during Hurricane Sandy are now very
wet and somewhat cupped. With some TLC, will they return to their former

Advice is sought on fabricating an interesting solid-wood-and-glass entry

Problems with a solvent-based, water white CV are driving this finisher mad.
Offer up your helpful hints at:

This sinker cypress may have been underwater for quite a few years. Now
that's it's been recovered, how long does the sawyer have before he needs
to mill?

Featured Shop

After realizing a local market might exist for a CNC shop, Todd Gleason of Tea &
Elle Woodworks decided to embark on the CNC path. Learn about the
growth of his business at:

GoIndustry DoveBid Online Auction
December 11-12, 2012
Late model woodworking equipment
from a custom high end furniture manufacturer

By order of OSI Furniture
Location of assets: Des Plaines, Illinois USA

Equipment includes:
- 2011 CNC Router
- Tenoners
- Jointers & Planers
- Moulders & Shapers
- Saws
- Splicers
- Edgebanders
- Clamping Machines & Presses
- Sanders & Grinders
- Dust Collectors & Paint Booths
- Plus a Huge Selection of Veneer, Drawer Boxes, Trim and WIP

To find out more, visit http://www.go-dove.com/en/event-17254

Recent Additions to the Woodworkers Directory

The following companies recently created free web pages at the
Woodworkers Directory. Create yours at:

Lovely Kitchens

Willlsėns Fine Cabinetry Ltd.

O.H.Harris Cabinetmaker

The Rusted Nail

This issue of the WOODWEB Update is sponsored in part by
C.R. Onsrud, Inc.:

Manufacturer of CNC routers, inverted routers, and routing accessories

Web highlights:

  • Video Demos Online
  • Machine Specifications
  • 24 Hour Parts and Service
  • User Testimonials

Knowledge Base Highlights

See a complete list of the most recent additions to our Knowledge Base at:

Cabinetmakers discuss the difficulty, cost, benefits, and drawbacks of
buying lumber that has been straight line ripped on two edges — or
buying the equipment and doing it yourself.

Here's a whole slew of ideas for crafting solid wood chair seats.

Costs and characteristics of various pin and pinless moisture meters are
compared in this well-informed discussion, including input from the Wood Doc.

Avoiding fingerprints or glue stains when sanding, gluing, assembling,
and finishing raised panel doors could significantly lower your frustration
level... Here's how.

Here's a detailed discussion about whether it's okay to apply laminate over
just one face of a melamine door, and about various other ways to achieve
the same product.

A variable speed fan and controller can save energy during times when the
dust collector is not required to operate at full capacity.

Video Pick

RouterCAD features assorted videos on design software, from countertops
to dovetail drawers to MDF drawers. To view the videos, click on the link
below and scroll down to RouterCAD's video links:

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