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The WOODWEB Update - #264
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In this issue:
Hot Threads (A sampling of current forum discussions)
Video Pick (QuickScribe)
Wood Humor (Featured cartoon)
Knowledge Base Highlights (The latest additions to this growing resource)
Recent Additions to the Woodworkers Directory (Create your free web page today)
Industry News (Cabinet Makers Association Regional Workshop)
This inspirational story
tells the tale of the woodshop at Greensburg High School in Kansas, whose thriving
program suffered from a tornado. They're getting back on their feet, and their
teacher has detailed the shop and its output at WOODWEB.
interview with shop teacher Peter Kern accompanies the pictures at the Project
from a brush-on to a spray-on stain process in a shop with no dedicated sprayroom
is the topic of conversation here. A simple setup is under development.
stiles and rails without tearout seems an impossible feat for this woodworker.
Advice is adding up on achieving a clean, smooth edge at:
overenthusiastic epoxy application mistake in the glueup of a curved stringer
has got this stairbuilder thinking... Could fiberglass reinforcement further his
stalling bandmill blade has its owner wondering if worn tires are the trouble.
What do you think?
QuickWood, Inc. features
videos on abrasives, sanders, and more. To view the videos, click on the link
below and scroll down to QuickWood's video links:
Pros suggest possible fixes for a jointer
that's creating uneven pitch marks on lumber.
logging with horses gets some attention in this article on breed temperament,
harness, feed, training, and handling.
coffeepot to CNC, woodworkers discuss their most coveted equipment in "What's
your Favorite Machine?". Share your own through the "Add information to this article"
link at the end.
it okay to build base cabs slightly under 24 inches deep, to optimize panel yield?
Some pros say go for it; others warn against messing with a time-tested standard.
advice on managing the setup and shakedown process for a new-to-you CNC router
includes issues involved in leveling and tech support.
meets contemporary in this discussion on finishes using linseed oil and shellac.
The following companies
recently created free web pages at the Woodworkers
Cabinet Makers Association, in cooperation with Delmac Machinery, is pleased to
announce its next regional workshop on July 30 in Greensboro, NC. This event is
part of the CMA’s College of Cabinet Making and Custom Woodworking. The educational
topics are Contracts & Collections, Social Media & Digital Marketing, and Traditional
Advertising & Marketing. Learn more at:
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