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In this issue:

=> WOODWEB's 'Grams'
(Machinery, Lumber and Job Listings delivered directly to
you every day)

=> WOODWEB Knowledge Base Highlights
(The latest additions to this growing resource)

=> Industry News and Sales and Specials Offers
(Latest developments)

=> WOODWEB Welcomes CAD Forum Technical Advisor
(Cliff Crawford joins the team)

=> Sell More Wood and Lumber
(Find the buyers who want to find you)

=> Hot Threads
(A sampling of current Forum discussions)


=> WOODWEB's Grams

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=> Knowledge Base Highlights

How to create the ideal production atmosphere in your
shop? This new Knowledge Base addition sheds a little
*light* on the subject.

Even with a careful conditioner pre-coat, this finishing
process produces a blotchy complexion. Mahogany gets a
makeover. Find out how:

Has anyone built a bandsaw mill blade sharpener? Of
course! Pictures and plans abound:

Definitions of shading and toning - not from the Beach
Bum's Dictionary, but straight from a few professional
finishers who contributed at our Finishing Forum.

The 32mm system is both popular and controversial - here,
the discussion focuses on drawer runners, and how they
are attached.


=> Industry News and Sales and Specials Offers

Stopped by the newstand lately? You'll find up-to-date
product developments from companies such as Onsrud
Cutters and Specialty Tools at WOODWEB's Industry News:
And great deals from Wood-Mizer and more at WOODWEB's
Industry Sales and Special Offers:


=> WOODWEB Welcomes CAD Forum Technical Advisor

WOODWEB would like to welcome Cliff Crawford, joining the
team as Technical Advisor at out CAD Forum. Cliff is the
Vice President of the eCommerce Division of Thermwood,
and has been with the company for 27 years. He started as
a service technician and held various positions including
Manager of Field Service, Vice President of Technical
Services, Vice President of SuperControl Division, and
Vice President of Machining Products. During this time,
he was instrumental in the development of a variety of
technical advancements including the SuperControl, the
Robot Carver, and the Carving Router. He was also the
company liaison on several classified National Defense
related programs. Visit our CAD Forum at:


=> Sell More Wood and Lumber

Have you noticed all the new postings in WOODWEB’s
Lumber: Wanted To Buy area? WOODWEB and WoodPlanet have
teamed up to help sellers move inventory. Hardwoods,
softwoods, flooring, veneer, plywood, and more. Sound
interesting? To learn more about becoming a WoodPlanet
Featured Company click here:


=> Hot Threads

Sleds and fences - sound like wintertime fun and the
hazards that accompany it? Not at the Cabinetmaking Forum
- they're discussing raised panels and how to machine
them. Join in:

When this finisher presented his clients with the
completed piece, they couldn't hide their disgust at the
color. Forum participants come to the rescue with their
tried and true finish-fixing techniques. Find out what
they recommend for a re-do.

The question is: How do you deal with PLAM countertops
that must be installed in two pieces due to size? You can
get the folks at the Laminating and Solid Surfacing Forum
to contribute their methods, but you sure can't get 'em
to agree...

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