In this issue:
How's Business 2014/2015 Poll
Since most business owners have closed out
for 2014 by now, we felt is was an appropriate time to poll
our participants and ask how their business fared last year.
interested in hearing your prediction for business
in 2015. Let us know
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results for the poll will be displayed immediately after voting,
and you may return and view results at any time by clicking
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This CNC operator cuts mainly melamine and P-lam
panels for commercial casework and is considering
upgrading his current CNC to a faster one. Check out
suggestions and advice offered regarding the upgrade.
Concerns about frame twisting with these folding closet
doors is the question at hand. Read what folks think
about using MDF for the panels and poplar for the frame.
This poster recently started charging for project design
work. It can be a tricky situation - see what others think
about his approach.
CNC machines have a wide range of capabilities. In this
discussion users share the different ways they use
This Mission Style Fireplace Mantle was recently posted
at the Project Gallery:
Recent Additions to
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The following companies recently created
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Kitchen Cabinet Refinishing
Woodworking Specialists LLC
Web Marketing 101
Great article discussing the different
mobile design, along with some insight into Google's
upcoming algorithm changes.
"Mobilegeddon" Is Coming on April 21 - Are You Ready?
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Knowledge Base Highlights
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Here's a discussion on solvents and equipment for
A question about a slight delamination problem prompts
a long set of tips about effective heating for postforming.
You can burn sawdust for heat, but the stories in this
thread make it clear that the practice has its risks.
A technician comes up with a shop modification to
stiffen the rake attachment on an SCM Pratix CNC
Finishers and furniture makers discuss the fine points
of scraping, hand-planing and applying finish to a
hand-worked wood surface.
Baker Products features assorted product
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