New ‘smart’ panel saw from Safety Speed
Safety Speed presents the EF5 Tornado vertical panel saw with a brushless controlled motor that can automatically maintain the proper speed and torque for cutting jobs successfully, while also alerting the operator to machine errors or maintenance needs.
Mahogany prices rise with increased shipping costs
The mahogany market suffers from shipping issues and resulting price hikes, according to hardwood dealers interviewed by Woodshop News.
Architectural program encourages hands-on learning
Each student in the professional master architectural degree program at the University of Kansas School of Architecture and Design is required to take at least one hands-on class to build something, whether it’s a piece of furniture or a construction project.
CamMaster integrates new SmartCore system into CNCs
CamMaster, a manufacturer of CNC cutting solutions, has just released its SmartCore CNC Automation System to power its next generation of CNC routers.
An apprenticeship program with a stamp of approval
When Kelly Victor-Burke of Burke Architectural Millwork (BAM) in Livonia, Mich. started her journey to find skilled help for her shop in 2017, she never imagined her efforts would have an impact on the entire woodworking industry.
Sames Kremlin debuts FPro Gravity spray guns at AWFS
Sames Kremlin introduced the FPro Gravity (FPro G) spray gun series in June, a manual airspray system offered in HVLP, LVLP and conventional setups.
Survey says: Growth in remodeling despite the challenges
Confidence in the remodeling market has continued to increase, according to a recent survey by the National Association of Home Builders
TTS promotes Matt Howard, Clint Chapman to CEO positions
Matt Howard has been promoted to CEO of TTS Tooltechnic Systems North America and its subsidiaries including SawStop, Festool USA, and Festool Canada. Howard will also continue to serve as CEO for SawStop.
Schmalz Inc. starts expansion project at U.S. headquarters
Schmalz Inc. has begun an expansion project that will triple the size of its U.S. headquarters in Raleigh, N.C. The expansion will provide more space for assembly and testing of the company’s robotic automation and material handling systems.