Woodworking Stories, Woodworker Profiles and Products
Tuesday, 22 September 2009 19:19
Companies have rolled out several new offerings, giving consumers an array of options and capabilities
Tuesday, 22 September 2009 19:29
Tom Burkhart operates his shop in an old-school way. For 31 years, he has operated a woodworking company in Louisville, Ky., and he's conducted business on his own terms. His shop does 100 percent custom work and Burkhart says it is more versatile than any shop of its size in the Louisville area. At The Burkhart Co., you won't find any CNC machinery or the use of any CAD programs. Burkhart sketches his designs, hands them to a draftsman and the plans eventually make their way to the shop floor. The process may seem slightly out of date, but it works. Frankly put, don't knock success.
Thursday, 27 August 2009 11:56
David Nelson has a diverse résumé. He's been a school teacher in Vermont and Minnesota. He's restored and built houses and fixes cars in his spare time. But for the last 18 years, he and his wife Caroline have settled on building custom furniture and cabinetry in Florissant, Colo.
Written by Jennifer Hicks Thursday, 27 August 2009 12:02
When it comes to professional woodworking, there are endless tools and tricks of the trade that can help in cutting corners. But what really makes a woodworker successful is the quality of his experience and the drive to continuously implement and improve on those skills.
Written by Mario Rodriquez Thursday, 27 August 2009 12:40
Seeking, inspecting and buying the right lumber can be a tough task. Here's how to simplify the job
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