Woodworking Stories, Woodworker Profiles and Products
Written by Jennifer Hicks Thursday, 05 February 2009 16:00
Having designed and built hundreds of pieces of furniture, Bill Huston has developed an innate sense of proportion and dimension that runs throughout his work. A seasoned woodworker with 35 years of experience, Huston left Thos. Moser Cabinetmakers to start Huston and Co. and recently celebrated the shop’s 20th anniversary in Kennebunkport, Maine.
Thursday, 05 February 2009 16:06
The Specialty Tools & Fasteners Distributors Association (STAFDA) held its 32nd annual convention and trade show Nov. 9-11 at the Colorado Convention Center in Denver, with 882 exhibitors showcasing their products for approximately 4,500 members of the trade. The association is comprised of distributors, manufacturers, and rep agents of light construction, industrial and related products. STAFDA has nearly 2,850 members from the United States, Canada and overseas.
Written by Brian Caldwell Tuesday, 04 November 2008 16:26Nearly 200 hardware manufacturers and distributors exhibited their latest products at IWF 2008 in Atlanta. In the kitchen arena, this year’s show was driven by seamless cabinetry with assorted slides and guides for soft-close drawers and doors, along with one-touch opening for both. Complete kitchens were on display, which were void of knobs and pulls.
Thursday, 05 February 2009 16:15
After spending more than three decades as a high school woodshop teacher and athletic coach, pursuits that always found him surrounded by other people, it may seem strange that Glen Guarino now delights in working alone in his 12' x 20' shop, a facility that looks like a hobbyist’s hangout and doesn’t even have a sink or bathroom.
Written by Jennifer Hicks Tuesday, 27 January 2009 00:00Steve Greenwood caters to a high-end and demanding clientele. As the owner of Yorkshire Woodwork in Fort Lauderdale, Fla., Greenwood designs and builds furniture and cabinetry for the yachts of the rich and sometimes famous. But it’s a tough market to crack, requiring industry connections, the ability to meet some crazy deadlines, and the skills of seasoned woodworkers.
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