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High time for a hybrid saw

Written by Charlie Self Monday, 19 April 2010 00:00


It's not uncommon to have a small shop's single table saw tied up when there's a need for a series of cuts that only a table saw can do well. Is it time to panic or time to move another saw into position and start cutting?



Making a solid connection

Written by John English Tuesday, 23 February 2010 18:40

34_solid_connection_02Traditional joinery methods - dovetails, dowels and tenons - have been with us for a very long time and have served us well. Unfortunately, some of them require a lot of time to lay out, mill and clamp. In the current business climate, more than at any other period in recent history, time truly is money.



Old Yankee Ingenuity

Written by Jennifer Hicks Tuesday, 23 February 2010 18:36

41_old_yankee_newA commitment to quality craftsmanship is the cornerstone of success at Yankee Remodeler of New London Inc. The business operates as a general contractor offering commercial construction and residential services, both of which include custom woodworking jobs.



When opposites attract

Tuesday, 23 February 2010 18:31

44_oppositesAt first glance, Carl Johnson and Alison Swann-Ingram appear to be an odd combination to have merged their separate woodworking businesses into Franklin Street Fine Woodwork in Tampa, Fla.



Satisfied with staying small

Written by Kristin Palla Tuesday, 26 January 2010 13:34

46_koepke_newleadAmidst the economic doom and gloom, there's a definite bright side for those confident and resilient enough to grasp it: putting out one's own shingle. Various small businesses in virtually every category increase threefold during a recession and it's no different in millwork. Case in point: the Chicago-based, full-service custom furniture and cabinetry studio Ingrain.



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