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In this issue:

Outsourcing Poll

WOODWEB is interested in finding out if your shop
outsources a portion of your work, and if so, which
processes you outsource. The current results for the
poll will be displayed immediately after voting, and you
may return and view results at any time by clicking the
"Click to VOTE and View Results" link at the bottom of
the poll.

Hot Threads

Keeping a shop clean is an ongoing task. Follow the advice
shared to help this shop owner keep his shop clean and
running efficiently.

Titebond 1, 2 or 3? See what folks have to say about the
different types and their usefulness.

This finisher is dealing with a pin hole problem when
spraying waterbased finish. After fish eye was ruled
out the questioner determined that gun cleaner was
the culprit. Read how the conclusion came to light.

This poster just purchased a knob drilling jig and doesn't
appear sold on it. Check out the jigs participants recommend.

Featured Project

This Cedar Table was recently posted at the
Project Gallery.

This issue of the WOODWEB Update is sponsored in part by KCD Software:

KCD Software is an award-winning manufacturer of custom software designed to facilitate woodworkers, designers, builders and renovators of cabinetry and closets. Visit our website at:

Recent Additions to the Woodworkers Directory

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

Wild Woods by Matt LLC

Barrack Farms

Jahm Custom Woodworking INC

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:

Here's advice on optimizing the cost of additional help as
production increases.

A woodworker asks for advice about sanding a complex
moulding that's coming off the CNC with a rough surface.

A shop worker sizing a large volume of lumber
receives advice on improving productivity without
damaging the product, equipment, or work relationships.

Read feedback from old-timers for an ambitious youngster
just starting out in the woodworking business.

Some advice on bits and feed speeds for machining solid
surface material on a CNC.

Video Pick

Specialtytools.com features assorted video demos.
To view the videos, click on the link below and scroll
down to Specialtytools.com's video link:

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