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In this issue:

=> Featured Shop of the Month
(Barnes Cabinet Shop, Inc.)

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

=> HOLZ-HER Presents the New Fox 48 CNC Router
(Designed for first-time users)

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

=> Adhesive Forum Technical Advisor
(Jeff Pitcher offers his expertise)


=> Featured Shop of the Month

Barnes Cabinet Shop, Inc. has been a family owned business
for over 50 years, with a focus on customer service. Their
Shop Listing at WOODWEB's Shop Gallery displays 10
excellent photos, and a complete list of the machinery
used in their shop. Review their Shop Listing at:


This issue of the WOODWEB Update is sponsored in part by
C.R. Onsrud, Inc.:

Manufacturer of CNC routers, inverted routers, and routing

Web highlights:
* Video Demos Online
* Machine Specifications
* 24 Hour Parts and Service
* User Testimonials



=> Knowledge Base Highlights

Your sawdust bin: a goldmine, or a garbage can? Probably
neither of the two, but you'll get some ideas here on how
to turn your shavings into an increasingly valuable
product: fuel.

For this millworker, quantity and quality are equally
important while machining dadoes into door jambs.
Efficient systems are covered here.

Chatter marks from a widebelt sander persisted after
numerous adjustments were made... Until one critical
change was made. Find out what it was right here:

The dreaded callback comes, and you learn your finish has
failed: a nitrocellulose lacquer is badly crackled... but

The photo: taken by a cell phone. The finish: anybody's
guess. Pros pitch in ideas on how they might match the
finish on this chest of drawers.

Problems cutting cope and stick door parts with a shaper?
The solution may lie with an out-feed fence.


=> HOLZ-HER Presents the New Fox 48 CNC Router

The new FOX series CNC router is designed especially for
first-time users. The machine comes standard with
easy-to-use Enroute Plus software, a CAD/CAM package
perfect for the design and programming of cabinets, closet
and storage system components, MDF doors, signage,
architectural millwork, and more.


This issue of the WOODWEB Update is sponsored in part by
Accurate Technology:

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=> Hot Threads

Another marathon discussion on frameless versus face frame
cabinet construction is taking place at the Cabinetmaking
Forum. From tools to techniques to quality control, the
issues are varied, and the opinions are strong.

In the process of gearing up to build a new cabinet shop,
this woodworker has come to WOODWEB to get advice from
those who have gone before. Tell us what changes you'd
like to make to your shop design, or what shop setup
decisions you're happiest with.

With a pantry in the plans, this cabinetmaker is looking
for ideas on the most efficient systems for inside
organization. Bottles and jars, trash cans and tools...
The keys to compartmentalizing are contained in this

A frustrated table saw owner is getting inaccurate cuts.
Is it his machine or his stock that is out of square?


=> Adhesive Forum Technical Advisor

Jeff Pitcher is vice-president of CP Industries in
Clifton, NJ. CP is a manufacturer and distributor of wood
adhesives in the Northeast. Although he was born into a
family that was active in the adhesives industry, he
entered the publishing industry after his graduation from
the University of Kansas. After spending several years
with Putnam Publishing and Random House, Jeff rejoined the
adhesives business in 1995 as marketing director for
Custom-Pak Adhesives in Newark, OH. A few years ago he
moved to New Jersey to run the operation there. 

Visit the Adhesives Forum at:

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