An all-day workshop focusing on competitive advantages for makers of cabinets, furniture and millwork is scheduled for June 7 at U.S. Forest Service Wood Education and Resource Center in Princeton, W.Va.
“It is an opportunity to network with other wood products businesses as well as providers of new technologies in the areas of lumber and panel cutup techniques, rough machine department equipment like planers and molders, finish machine department equipment like CNC routers and boring and shaping equipment, equipment for sanding, finishing and packing. Also to be covered are new technologies for adhesives, abrasives and tooling,” says organizer Harry Watt, a wood products business improvement specialist at North Carolina State.
The cost is $35 per person and includes a buffet lunch and handouts. For registration and other information, visit www.cnr.ncsu.edu/woodworkshops.