Woodworking Industry: Taking a Closer Look

A new face steps onto the woodworking stage

Written by Jennifer Hicks Monday, 17 May 2010 00:00

jennifer-_mugNegotiations are in the works to secure a sponsor and produce a new woodworking show on PBS affiliate WGBH in Boston.



NexGen was a new way of looking at machinery

Written by Tod Riggio Monday, 19 April 2010 00:00

todmug_newI've been to dozens of trade shows and generally leave feeling physically exhausted, lugging bags filled with information on new tools and machinery, and anxious to get home. To my mind, that means I saw everything there was to be seen, I've accomplished all of my fact-finding goals and I just really like to get home.



Two new ways to keep you informed

Written by Tod Riggio Monday, 22 February 2010 20:53

todmug_newWelcome to the second issue of Woodshop News in our new 9" x 11" format. Your response to the February issue has been very positive, with many readers praising the convenience of the new size and the improved layout. I know we were pretty excited when our copies arrived and, after a thorough examination, we've tweaked a few things to make the magazine look even better. For example, our printer has fine-tuned its process to give the magazine a sharper overall appearance.



A new look with the same great content

Written by Tod Riggio Tuesday, 26 January 2010 12:56

todmug_newBy now you're probably saying to yourself, "Hey, this Riggio guy wasn't kidding when he wrote back in December that there were some big changes in store for Woodshop News."



Some trade tips for a lasting impression

Written by Tod Riggio Monday, 21 December 2009 17:08

todmug_newFor most of you, installation of the finished product is the final step of the manufacturing process. Whether delivering a single piece of furniture, assembling a large built-in, or installing the millwork for an entire house, you're invading the customer's personal space and certain decorum needs to be followed.



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