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In this issue:

=> New Product Directory Categories
(Wood Turning and Auctions)

=> Lumber Buying Guides
(West and Mid-West pricing updated)

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

=> Tradeshow Directory
(Important industry expos)

=> Industry News
(IWF Technical Conference Sessions)

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


=> New Product Directory Categories

There are now two new categories at WOODWEB's Product
Directory. Visit the vendors at Wood Turning:
and Machinery Auctions:


=> Lumber Buying Guides

Find newly updated hardwood lumber pricing for the Western
and Mid-Western regions of the USA at:


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=> Knowledge Base Highlights

When constructing upper cabinets with exposed raised panel
sides, just how much skin do you let show? Careful
consideration is given to covering up in style...

When it comes to running gables on a point-to-point
router, is there a consensus on origin placement? This
article offers some answers...

No one but you appreciates just how precious your time is.
It can be discouraging to spend time and effort on
estimates for jobs that may or may not come to fruition.
Will charging the prospective client for your time spent
solve your dissatisfaction, or is there a more
customer-friendly way to recoup your cost?

This article on building an outfeed table with
under-mounted router is well illustrated with photos from
a few different shops. Discover the designs that other
pros have conceived:

Here's a tricky issue involving a crown molding detail
which a customer requests be chased along the roof line.
Formulas for angle calculation abound here, so put on your
math hat:

Short and sweet, this article offers a description and
photo of a well-used and very serviceable shop-made frame
assembly table.


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Accurate Technology:

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=> Tradeshow Directory

WOODWEB's Tradeshow Directory contains up-to-date info on
leading industry expos and conferences. You'll find dates,
locations and more details at:


=> Industry News

Productivity, efficiency, tax savings and improving
business will be the focus of the Technical Conference
Sessions at the International Woodworking Machinery and
Furniture Supply Fair—USA®, or IWF, in Atlanta, Georgia,
August 26 to 29, 2004. To learn more, click here:


This issue of the WOODWEB update is sponsored in part by:

UWMO Inc. (Used Woodworking Machinery Online) www.uwmo.com

- UWMO-AUCTIONS for online auctions/liquidations, asset
recovery, remarketing, etc.
- UWMO-NEWS for the latest world news, industry news, etc.
- MLS MACHINERY for a complete online catalog of used
machinery, etc.


=> Hot Threads

Conducting a market survey without any marketing
experience under your belt sounds like a daunting task,
but your lender insists the survey must be done. This
in-depth discussion tackles the issues involved, whether
you choose to carry out the survey yourself or hire the
job out to a pro.

One simple question about the going rate for custom
residential cabinetry sure can open up a can of worms.
Going rates aside, what factors should determine what
*you* charge? Join this thread at the Cabinet & Millwork
Installation Forum to let us know how you establish your
pricing system:

A recipe for perfection is sought at the Laminating &
Solid Surfacing Forum. Do you know how to achieve an
absolutely flush wood edge on a laminate countertop?

This urban log reclamation business aims to break into a
new market - collecting timber from newly cleared and
soon-to-be developed land. The trouble is in getting the
concept through to clearance firms... Any ideas on how to
convey this money-saving message successfully?

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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