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A look at the latest technology to help shops with their tooling purchases
Custance Brothers Woodworking, a third-generation, family-owned shop in Ashland, N.H., is preparing for the future.
Shops searching for multi-function machines have plenty of choices in today’s marketplace.
Shops of all sizes can benefit from an improved floor plan and the addition of material handling equipment.
After purchasing Simpson Cabinetry from its founder, Andy and Betsy Cabrera are taking the Vermont shop to the next level.
Nine ways to keep a shop cleaner, safer and a happier place to work.
Sign making is a breeze with the right tooling, design software and digital fabrication equipment.
Troy Cabinetmakers has been serving customers in upstate New York and beyond for over 40 years, delivering a high-quality product with the latest technology and traditional values.
Thanks to his customers’ appreciation for fine wine, Darryl Hogeback of Denver is thriving with his custom wine cellar business, Savanté Wine Cellars.
CAUTIOUSLY OPTIMISTIC: As the wood industry deals with challenges and economic uncertainty, continued growth is predicted.
DON’T WASTE THE WASTE: Instead of looking at scrap and sawdust as a nuisance, consider it as a resource that can generate greater profits.
THE RIGHT MOVE: Borror Cabinets found a good home in Klamuth Falls, Ore., and is having one of its best years.
Oak Ridge Cabinets in Chico, Calif., part of the northern Sacramento Valley, is continually refining its manufacturing process through savvy production management and automated equipment.
As outsourced parts keep getting better and often less expensive, a woodshop really needs to know whether it’s more profitable to buy components, or still make them in-house.
One of the most interesting trends in the coatings industry is the way in which robotics and artificial intelligence (AI) are transforming traditional application technologies.
Columbia Forest Products named the winners in its seventh annual PureBond Quality Awards competition, which recognizes interior furnishings built with PureBond hardwood plywood that are visually and functionally distinctive.
The new year might be a bumpy one, but it doesn’t necessarily have to be a bad one. 2019 is just around the corner, and woodshops gearing up for it have more to think about this year than most.
Measuring accurately is a cornerstone of our trade, and the means to do so has evolved quite a bit over the past few years.
Suppose you have a cabinet shop in, say, the upper Midwest, and you’re looking to relocate.
These days there’s a certain energy being generated at Lantz Custom Woodworking in Harrisonburg, Va.