IWF 2018: Much to see
Design Emphasis higlights student work at IWF.
Top seven products receive Challengers Awards at IWF.
WOOD MARKETS: Ash has an uncertain future.
THE CUTTING EDGE: AutoCAD’s Fusion 360. By R.W. Lee
FINISHING: Strippers are under attack. By Bob Flexner
Tools & Techniques
- Kyocera Senco’s new 16-gauge nailer packs a punch.
- Rikon adds DVR motor as accessory to 14” band saws.
- Festool adds pre-separator, CT Cyclone, for its vacuums.
- Next from Next Wave is the CNC Hammerhead.
- iDry: A kiln for small shops.
ALL THE RIGHT MOVES: Relocating to Northern California and acquiring a Closet Factory franchise have helped Feist Cabinets & Woodworks achieve over 30 years of growth.
A SHINING EXAMPLE: With a shop powered by the sun, Lantz Custom Woodworking marches toward an even brighter future.
IS YOUR BUSINESS PLAN ON THE MONEY?: As you prepare for 2019, there’s no shortage of major issues to consider.
DO WE STILL NEED TO MEASURE TWICE?: New digital templating tools are making tape measures and plywood templates obsolete.