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In this issue:

=> Framing Equipment at WOODWEB's Product Directory
(New category just added)

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

=> On Display and On Sale at the Texas ISW Expo & Conference
(Get the latest news at WOODWEB)

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

=> Interested in Selling Lumber?
(WoodPlanet Keeps Requests For Quotes Current)

=> Technical Advisor at WOODWEB's Cabinetmaking Forum
(Meet Jon Elvrum)

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=> Framing Equipment at WOODWEB's Product Directory

A new Framing Equipment category has just been added to
WOODWEB's Product Directory under 'Machinery.' You'll
find companies who distribute equipment for picture
framing and related processes listed here:


=> Knowledge Base Highlights

Log trailers come from all walks of life... some built of
scraps, others bearing brand names. But don't judge a
trailer by its paint job. Find out what works for a
serious bunch of log-haulers: Store-bought and home-built
log trailers. You'll also find out that dogs who like
trucks like trailers, too...

Employers and employees... sometimes the abyss of
understanding between them seems too great to ever
bridge. But must it be this way? Can the two find common
ground and pursue mutual financial success? Opinions from
both sides - and the vast space in between - are
presented here, along with some healthy advice for
building a closer relationship.

According to the good Wood Doctor, a little reduction in
kerf can amount to a lot of dollars saved. Read on to
find out if your sawmill is keeping the cut lean or
eating up the sawdust.


=> On Display and On Sale at the Texas ISW Expo &

Special plans and special deals are being announced now
for the Texas ISW Expo & Conference coming up in Dallas.
Find out what's in the works before you arrive on the
show floor. WOODWEB's Industry News:
WOODWEB's Industry Sales and Special Offers:


=> Hot Threads

Who doesn't feel cool when they've got a new set of
wheels? This mobile assembly bench won't take you out on
the town, but it'll cruise around your workshop in plenty
of style...

How to saw the biggest and best timbers... Sawyers get to
the 'heart' of the matter:

In a recent forum question, a finisher spoke for his
spray gun when he exclaimed 'Help - I'm oozing!' Advice
came flooding in, and now the leak is fixed.

Yikes! Are they slaying vampires at the Sawing and Drying
Forum? Why no, those are *grade* stakes they're making.
So don't be scared - visit the forum to find out how
those stakes are being made and marketed.


=> Interested in Selling Lumber?

WoodPlanet works hard to ensure that the requests you
read at WOODWEB's Wanted To Buy area are viable listings.
 When a 'wanted to buy' request has been fulfilled, the
listing is promptly removed. If you'd like to review a
detailed list of potential orders, visit WOODWEB's
Lumber: Wanted To Buy area.


=> Technical Advisor at WOODWEB's Cabinetmaking Forum

Jon Elvrum, Director of Distribution and Sales at Ritter
Manufacturing in Antioch, California, is also a well
known author and consultant to the cabinetmaking
industry. He has written numerous articles on the 32mm
cabinetmaking system and production woodworking in
general. Visit the Cabinetmaking Forum at:

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