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A Beautiful Pen for a First Woodworking Project

Many woodworkers fondly recall their first woodworking project. For many woodworkers, that first project might have been a spice rack, a small toy, or a simple carving. Recently, one woman decided to share the story of her first woodworking project. You might be surprised to learn about the project. Do you know what it was? Read the full article

WOODWORKING

Woodworking is the process or activity where items are skillfully made from wood. These processes can be furniture making, carvings, woodturning and even carpentry joinery. Modern technology advancements and industry demands have changed woodwork field. For example, with computer aided (Numeric Controlled) machines, mass production of woodwork products can be accomplished at a very fast Read the full article

Cotemar – Ensuring Reliable Services to Oil and Gas Sector

Cotemar is well-known in the oil and gas drilling sector in Mexico. The company has been in operation for close to four decades and has a huge fleet of modern vessels that are specialized in providing a broad range of ancillary and support services to the offshore oil fields. It is a highly specialized task Read the full article

Couple Makes Money With Their Woodworking Hobby

John and Trudie Hechel live in the city of Plymouth, WI. They have enjoyed doing woodworking projects together for many years. They find it is a great way to spend time together. They started making various woodworking projects around 10 years ago as a hobby. The projects were fairly easy at first because neither John Read the full article

Appreciating Traditional Skills Through Hard Work

Skills that were once indispensable such as making soap, sewing, and woodworking have become rare in a high-tech, modern world. The knowledge and skills needed to maintain simple luxuries are slowly fading. It’s easy to forget how difficult it can be to make modern conveniences yourself. American culture has developed into a disposable economy, where Read the full article

A Woodworking Nomad Has It Made

Many people imagine a woodworker to be someone with a home and a large woodworking shop located in the basement or a massive barn outside. While this may be true for many woodworkers, it certainly isn’t true for John McGill. McGill is a talented woodworker who doesn’t happen to have a home. In fact, he Read the full article

Susan McGalla on Women in Leadership

Susan McGalla is an executive consultant from Pittburgh, Pennsylvania. McGall is best known for her roles as president of American Eagle Outfitters and chief executive officer of Wet Seal Inc. McGalla is a former trustee of the University of Pittsburgh, sits on the boards of HFF Inc and the Magee-Womens Hospital Research Institute and Foundation Read the full article

Fabletics Runs With Athleisure Styles in Store and Online

It can be hard to get excited about working out in dull workout clothes with monochromatic color schemes. Many women and men do not want to have to choose between looking fashionable and being ready to hit the gym or go out for a run. So when the two founders of Fabletics wanted to demonstrate Read the full article

Wood Technology a Solution to the Derailing Lumber Industry

If you are in the lumber industry, it’s important that you keep tabs on the new lumber technology. The technology enables you to slice up a two by four beam and align it perpendicularly then glue or laminate to form a giant sandwich. The resulting Panel is both energy efficient and light, making it easier Read the full article

Buying Items from a Professional Woodworker

If you’ve ever gone down the street and noticed someone selling wood carvings, you know how expensive these pieces can be. While totally gorgeous and beautiful in their own way, these carvings could set you back hundreds or even thousands of dollars if you aren’t too careful about where you’re buying from. One way to Read the full article