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In this issue:

=> Featured Project
(A portfolio of fine work)

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

=> Auction Alert
(Wisconsin Woodworking Facility)

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

=> Featured Shop
(Quality Custom Woodworks, Inc.)

=> Video Pick
(C.R. Onsrud)


=> Featured Project

With 53 images, this Project Gallery post by Chad Reitan
Fine Woodworking, Inc. could qualify as a portfolio -
and an impressive one at that. Beyond quantity, these
jobs boast quality, so be patient as this page full
of pictures loads - it's worth the wait.
(To create your own Project Gallery listing, click the
"Post Your Project" link)


=> Knowledge Base Highlights

Like it or not, you may be called on by a client to
produce a deep black stain that hides a wood's true
color. A couple of options are discussed here, including 
a back-to-basics steel-wool-and-vinegar concoction.

Fractions of an inch are causing serious frustration for
this new owner of a cross-cut tablesaw sled. Here's how
to square up for correct cuts.

Insert tooling: is it the way to go for this raised panel
door maker? Learn about pros and cons at:

It's arguably the most important piece of equipment in a
shop: a moisture meter. For this purchase, go with the
tried and true. Here's why:

It's cherry's natural character that has created a craze.
When the customer requests that deep cherry glow be
emphasized, the finisher must take the darkening process
into his own hands...

This article clears the air of any misunderstanding when
it comes to dust collection in the small shop. Read on -
and breathe easier:


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



=> Auction Alert

Public Auction August 8, 10:30am
Woodworking Facility, Equipment & Inventory
Zaddo Inc., Walworth Wisconsin
CNC Routers - Panel Saws - Edge Bander -
Rip Saws - Forklifts
Over $200,000 of Wood, Laminate, and Hardware Inventory


=> Hot Threads

Large tulipwood quadrants are needed ASAP. So far,
suggestions on how to produce them range from hand
tools to CNC machines. Help out in the quest for a
quick and efficient process:

This questioner at the Business Forum paints a broad
picture of a cabinet job gone bad - the homeowner
and the contractor are past the point of resolving their 
differences. Where to go from here?

This sink needs to fit between a rock and a hard place...
or rather, in a corner. All depends on the design of the
cabinet that will fit here:

A new CNC owner is happy with his machine, and ready to
progress into making small parts. If you'd like to learn
more about securing small parts on a big CNC, follow this


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

Check out Accurate Technology Commercial ON LINE sales at
and Clearance/Close-Out specials at
on ProScale Digital measuring system products.

Exciting new Consumer products can be found at


=> Featured Shop

Quality Custom Woodworks, Inc. of North Carolina gives you
a peak into their tidy 3,000 square foot shop. See why the
key to their efficient operation is organization...
and plenty of sets of wheels.
(To create your own Shop Gallery listing, click the "Post
Your Shop" link)


=> Video Pick

If you'd like to watch CNC router, panel processing, and
solid wood machining applications in action from the
comfort of your own desk, visit C.R. Onsrud's website
today. At WOODWEB's Video Library, scroll down to
C.R. Onsrud and select a video link:

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