In this issue:
WOODWEB Poll: Surfacing Lumber
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surface lumber. Make your choices
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Moving up to nesting and automation is the
topic of this discussion at the
CNC Forum. Any input for a small-to-medium size shop?
Thinking of attending IWF for the first time
this year? Here's some advice
from experienced fair-goers.
What's the right way to veneer a large MDF
raised panel? Offer up your ideas:
The purchase of a CNC machining center is
pondered in this thread, with
the hope that one piece of equipment could perform multiple tasks in the
construction of cabinets.
This bow front vanity features hand cut dovetails
and Macassar ebony, birds
eye maple, satinwood, holly and ebony veneers.
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Finishing Touch Expert LLC
Big Wood Lumber
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Craftsmen discuss off-the-shelf and shop-invented
solutions for smoothly
sanding unique curved wood items.
Here's a long discussion of reasons to prefer
waterborne finishes (or not).
How to saw for vertical grain and figure
using a swing-blade mill.
Advice on bit choice and operating settings
to make good time when
machining aluminum plate on the CNC.
Here's the science of using a moisture meter
on freezing-cold wood.
When a potential customer suggests a low-ball
price for a volume job,
finishers chime in with information about the realistic costs of such
GUHDO features a video introducing their
products and services. To view
the video, click on the link below and scroll down to the GUHDO's video
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