October 2015


News Desk

Woodcraft Supply sponsors new online how-to show.

Society of Arts and Crafts moving to new Boston digs.

SAC honors N.J. artist with fellowship.

WOOD MARKETS: African mahogany sees steady movement.

Tools & Techniques

Grizzly planer leaves some room to move.

Accuride set to roll out new security locks.

Flexarm unveils ergonomic arms for woodworking.

Amana Tool offers adjustable dado set.

Read my lips: Tax incentives are everywhere for woodworkers


PRO SHOP: Expanding revenue avenues. By John English

FINISHING: Trusted sources. By Greg Williams

THE CUTTING EDGE: Cutting metal with a CNC.By R.W. Lee


KEEPING THE FAITH: The husband-and-wife team that run Sly Woodworks in Texas never doubts that business will be booming.

SMALL, BUT THINKING BIG: Woodshops with a handful of employees and a hands-on owner need not fear the power and benefits that can come with CNC.

MIDWEST SENSIBILITIES: Generations of the Rothan family in Illinois have made hard work and dedication their family’s trademark in a tight-knit community.