China’s new appetite for lumber is changing the marketplace.
Entry deadline approaches for Veneer Tech contest
Washington woodworker wins Founders’ Award
WMIA honors 2014 Wooden Globes winners
WOOD MARKETS: Cherry shows it still has staying power.
Tools & Techniques
The first rule to making accurate cuts is consistency.
Tiger Angle takes the complexity out of cutting.
Dubois roll coater provides a uniform finish.
Festool expands Systainer storage line.
Microdust Pro finds the smallest airborne particles.
PRO SHOP: Debunking the contractor myth. By David Getts
FINISHING: Choosing an exterior coating. By Bob Flexner
THE CUTTING EDGE: Understanding G-Code. By R.W. Lee
WHERE EXPERIENCE REALLY COUNTS: A father-and-son team run Rhode Island’s Frank Shatz & Co., but you might be surprised at how they’ve divided their duties.
OUTSOURCING AS AN ON-DEMAND OPTION: Hiring a skilled factory for components and other pieces of a job can save time and money.
STANDING OUT AND FITTING IN: Custom cabinetry can be just the touch needed to lure in the discerning customer who is seeking something different.