In this issue:
CNC Router Poll
Got a CNC router in your shop? Are you considering
purchasing one, or
adding another? Vote in our latest Poll and find out what the CNC future
holds for participants at WOODWEB. Current results for the poll will be
displayed immediately after voting, and you may return and view results
at any time by clicking the "Vote Now and View Results" link.
This poll is sponsored by C.R. Onsrud:
Inverted and CNC Routers - Better Ways to Machine It All
This shop recently freed-up 800
sq. ft. of space and turned
it into a cabinet
showroom. Check it out at:
With a goal of efficient production, shop
owners compare employees
working individually to employees working in teams. What does your
Are plastic barrels suitable for a 7-1/2
hp cyclone dust collection system,
or will they collapse?
This discussion considers the pros and cons
of Gorilla Glue and similar
PUR-type glues, and the right time and place to put these adhesives to
Five years later, a client has returned some
audio speakers because of
bubbles in the veneer. What went wrong?
Recent Additions to
the Woodworkers Directory
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LMS Millwork, LLC.
A List Wood Works Inc
Knowledge Base Highlights
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Here's a heartfelt and sometimes heated discussion
about setting payment terms,
including initial deposits, for a cabinet job.
A stable oak bar top that won't cup, warp,
delaminate or otherwise wreck
itself is under construction... Woodworkers discuss the options, including
block and strip flooring.
If refacing isn't cheaper than replacement,
it might still have advantages for
the customer that make it a sellable option.
Bicycle sprockets, unexploded ordinance...
You never know what you're
going to find in a tree. Here are the tales of buried metal contributed
WOODWEB members competing to win a metal detector. The contest is
over, but the stories (like spikes in a tree) last forever.
Stock manufacturers describe how they control
quality in runs of moulding
and how they keep track of productivity.
Here's a closer look at the high-quality
tools available for flush trimming
shelf edges and similar components.
This issue of the WOODWEB Update is
sponsored in part by
C.R. Onsrud, Inc.:
Manufacturer of CNC routers, inverted routers, and routing accessories
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Featured Forum Technical
Gary Katz lives in Southern Oregon. For more
than 30 years, he has
specialized in finish carpentry working on a wide range of projects—from
tract housing to expansive custom homes, and from office tenant
improvement to schools and hospitals. Author of three books, over sixty
articles in Fine Homebuilding and JLC, and a DVD series - Mastering Finish
Carpentry, Gary currently demonstrates finish carpentry techniques at
national trade shows and produces Katz Roadshow carpentry clinics at local
lumberyards throughout the country. Gary also publishes THISisCarpentry.com,
a free E-magazine devoted to craftsmen and craftsmanship. Visit the Cabinet
and Millwork Installation Forum at:
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woodworking, carving, and
software design. To view the videos, click on the link below and scroll
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