March 2017

wsn0317_175News Desk


New trends stand out in NKBA survey.


Furniture makers group honors New Hampshire man.


Training center schedules August opening in Colorado.


WOOD MARKETS: Rosewood sales steady despite recent restrictions.


Columns


PRO SHOP: Remain in control. By David Getts


THE CUTTING EDGE: Cabinet Vision software. By R.W. Lee


FINISHING: Stripping solvents face ban. By Bob Flexner


Tools & Techniques


Vitap unveils CNC for sound-absorbing panels.


Bosch says Core battery provides more power.


Pillar Machine revamps CMJ coping machine.


Senco adds line of composite fasteners.


SOMETHING NEW EVERY DAY: Desktop CNC technology is advancing rapidly, so here’s how to keep up.


Features


KING OF THE HILL: Hawk Hill Cabinetry & Custom Woodwork in Vermont finds a cabinetmaking niche with vacation homes.


NO TURNING BACK NOW: Even with changes in the EPA, companies are banking on environmentally-sound finishing products.


ALL ON THE TABLE: The innovation and variety of table saws and their capabilities continues to grow.