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In this issue:

=> WOODWEB and WoodPlanet at the AWFS®Fair
(Visit us in booth #3107)

=> Machinery Finder
(New listings just added)

=> Woodworkers Directory
(Customers zero in on your geographic location)

=> WOODWEB Knowledge Base Highlights
(Articles that stand out)

=> Forestry Forum Technical Advisor
(Meet Lloyd Casey)

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


=> WOODWEB and WoodPlanet at the AWFS®Fair

If you plan to attend this year's AWFS®Fair, don't miss
meeting the staff of WOODWEB and WoodPlanet in booth #3107.
Stop by, and offer your suugestions on what you'd like to
see at WOODWEB.


=> Machinery Finder

New listings have just been added to WOODWEB's Machinery Finder.
The total number of current listings is now over 9300. Locating
used woodworking machinery in this no-fee database is easier
than ever. Check out the Machinery Finder at:


=> Woodworkers Directory

The Woodworkers Directory is a free listing service for
woodworking companies. We've just added a zipcode search
to help potential customers locate woodworkers within in
their area. You're missing out if you're not already a
member. To create your FREE listing today, visit:


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=> Knowledge Base Highlights

The sustainable forestry issue is getting a lot of attention
these days. Here is an in-depth look at how consumer demands
for certified lumber affect the woodworker, and what
sustainability means to our future.

An oldie but goodie, this piece has been pulled from the
archives. A blind woodworker tells his story, from learning
the basics to running a 13-man shop, and beyond.

With this Clickable Tree Species Map, find native species
by state or province, or species commonly planted in specific
hardiness zones.

Here you'll find the full-color photos of the steps one
sawyer takes to cut a 5-sided beam. From first cut to
finished ridge beam, the details are clear:

Have you checked out the Add Your Comment feature
at our Knowledge Base? After reading an article, you
can click on the 'add a comment' link to submit your
thoughts. Appropriate comments will then be added to
the article.

The Web is a dynamic resource, and the Add Your
Comment feature creates 'living' articles that will
grow as comments are added. We hope you'll contribute
... just visit our Knowledge Base, where you'll find
many categories of articles.


=> Forestry Forum Technical Advisor

Lloyd Casey is the Landowner Assistant Manager for the
Northeastern Area of the USDA Forest Service. Program
responsibilities include the Forest Stewardship Program,
Forest Resources management and tax assistance.

Lloyd has a Bachelor of Science in Forest Management and
a Masters in Forest Genetics from Southern Illinois
University and has spent the last 37 years assisting
private forest owners with management decisions.

Visit the Forestry Forum at:


=> Hot Threads

An elegant solution to a challenging problem is no guarantee
the end result will look good... This discussion on pyramid
panels makes the top ten list of hottest threads we've had.
Find out why:

Can you calculate the correct numbers to master this complex
curved crown? Your input is requested at:

This architectural woodworker must fill a request for floating
bookshelves with a special set of circumstances.
He's got a plan... but do you think it'll hold?

Folks at the CAD Forum are converting multiple lines to
polylines. Do you have a preferred method? Or just want
to learn the steps others are using? Join the discussion:

Find out how to promote your company on the Web.
If you're a supplier to the wood industry, visit WOODWEB's Media Kit:
If you're a woodworking professional, visit the Woodworkers Directory:

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