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Featured Project

You might remember this Before picture of a barn built in 1780... Ready for
the After? New pictures at the Project Gallery detail the barn's conversion
to a home full of beautiful details and repurposed wood.

Hot Threads

Burning sawdust in the shop stove... an efficient way to heat your
workspace with wood waste, or a recipe for disaster? Differing opinions
are offered up:

Euro-style corner cabinets: what's the best way to configure them?
Here's a selection of possibilities:

Got the right newel cap for your handrail? Here are some ideas on tooling
and technique.

Here's a fun pair of videos that detail one sawyer's method for preparing
logs that are too big to set on the sawmill.

This issue of the WOODWEB Update is sponsored in part by

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Featured Sawmill

Dead Wood Lumber Company has a long history - reaching all the way
back to a steam-powered sawmill. Here's what the operation looks like

Web Marketing 101

Search engine optimization is morphing back to what it should have been
all along - build a great product / service, and tell people about it. Shared by
Jim Roberts of Roberts WebForge.
The 'New SEO' is Plain Old Marketing

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:

A shop owner tries to figure out why teeth in his helical insert planer
heads keep breaking (which leads to further problems and headaches).

The Wood Doctor weighs in on composting chips, shavings, or sawdust
for use in landscaping or gardening.

This discussion has extensive advice on tweaking a vacuum press to
create effective vacuum, even pressure, and a flat result in the product.

Thoughts are shared on how to machine a raised door panel that looks
like a very low pitched hip roof.

Here's some advice on steam-bending 2x4 stock for a curved roof structure.

How much of an employee's workday consists of actual work on the
shop floor?

Video Pick

Quickwood, Inc. features a variety of sanding and abrasives videos. To view
the videos, click on the link below and scroll down to Quickwood's video link:

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