Woodworking Industry: Taking a Closer Look
Written by Tod Riggio Monday, 17 September 2012 00:00
I’ve recently spent the better part of two weeks on a job site, namely my rental property, where I was joined by a parade of tradesmen.
Written by Tod Riggio Monday, 20 August 2012 00:00
I have my hotel room reserved and a plane ticket bought for Atlanta. How about you?
Written by John English Monday, 16 July 2012 00:00
Because a woodshop’s primary material grows naturally, our first instinct is to think of woodworking as a fairly green industry. But everything from sheet goods to finish has an environmental impact, and a shop that would like to lighten its footprint on the planet has a lot of options. Going green also makes a lot of sense from a business stance.
Written by Tod Riggio Monday, 18 June 2012 00:00
Each spring, the movers and shakers of the woodworking industry gather at a resort to be briefed on the economy and to network and enjoy some fun in the sun. This year’s Woodworking Industry Conference, held May 2-4 in Delray Beach, Fla., had a very positive feel as the industry appears to be finally on the road to recovery after a deep recession. In between golf and fishing outings, cocktail parties and association board meetings, some significant news was made.
Written by John English Monday, 14 May 2012 00:00
It hasn’t been a great month for shop safety in the West. Two weeks ago, an old friend, who is a master furniture builder in Wyoming, ran the tips of his left hand across the jointer while pulling thin boards back for another pass. And recently, a former student of mine here in South Dakota told me about the knot he hit last week when making some small parts and how the table saw blade ate the same two finger tips as the first friend lost.
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