One doesn’t usually associate motorcycles with woodworking, but a news item in the last week of June made a number of industries sit up and take notice.
Beginning June 1, composite wood products that are sold, supplied, offered for sale, manufactured or imported in the United States will need to be labeled as compliant to the Environmental Protection Agency’s final rule on formaldehyde emission standards.
I’ve always been a rebel. When my grandfather told me I’d never be successful with long hair, I grew it longer
It’s been a depressing couple of months ... devastating hurricanes, rampant wildfires, a massacre in Las Vegas, losing Tom Petty, and the straw that broke my camel’s back, the United States’ failure to qualify for the World Cup.
My world is upside down. I’ve got a well-made piece of furniture in my shop and the local hardware store has changed ownership.
Merger and acquisitions have been the talk of the woodworking industry in recent months. Let’s start with SawStop’s purchase by Festool parent company TTS Tooltechnic Systems.