Commercial Woodworking Equipment

August 15, 2018
Commercial Woodworking

Employment opportunities and services within the woodworking industry

A worldwide buy/sell exchange for lumber and wood products

A worldwide buyer and seller exchange for woodworking machinery and equipment.

Classified advertising for the woodworking industry (for advertisements that do not include machinery, lumber products and employment listings)


Forums

Discussing topics related to adhesives within the woodworking industry

Discussing quality standards and production of architectural wood products

A forum for the discussion of business topics: from sales and marketing to dealing with difficult customers.

Discussing all aspects of installation issues encountered by cabinet and millwork installers.

Discussing 32mm and face frame cabinet construction including fabrication, casegoods design, and installation.

Shedding light on the all-too-often shadowy world of CAD.

Discussing CNC (computer numerically controlled) woodworking equipment, software, and automated product manufacturing.

Discussing topics related to maintaining a safe and productive working environment.

Finishing issues for the production environment

The science and art of forest cultivation and timber management, planting, surveying, tree diseases, silviculture and timber harvesting

Helping professional furniture makers improve quality, save time, and increase profits

Issues related to laminating and solid surface materials and processes

Discussions covering issues faced be commercial drying operations that process at least 750, 000 bd. ft. of lumber per year

Discussing topics related to primary processing and drying of lumber

Discussing topics related to the machining of solid wood

Learn how to improve your output, find new markets, and boost sales of your lumber products

Discussing topics related to veneer processing, manufacturing, and fabrication

An electronic discussion group for woodworkers throughout the world
Galleries

Where professional woodworkers can post examples of their work

Professional primary processing companies display and describe their sawmill facilities

Professional woodworkers display and describe their shop facilities, products and equipment

Professional woodworker's jigs, rigs, and shopbuilt equipment


Other Resources

Late-breaking news from all sectors of the wood industry

Index of industrial woodworking related digital videos on the web

Advertisers offering woodworkers discounted prices on good and services, and announcements of upcoming auctions

FORUM GUIDELINES: Please review the guidelines below before posting at WOODWEB's Interactive Message Boards
  • WOODWEB is a professional industrial woodworking site. Hobbyist and homeowner woodworking questions are inappropriate.
  • Messages should be kept reasonably short and on topic, relating to the focus of the forum. Responses should relate to the original question.
  • A valid email return address must be included with each message.
  • Advertising is inappropriate. The only exceptions are the Classified Ads Exchange, Machinery Exchange, Lumber Exchange, and Job Opportunities and Services Exchange. When posting listings in these areas, review the posting instructions carefully.
  • Subject lines may be edited for length and clarity.
  • "Cross posting" is not permitted. Choose the best forum for your question, and post your question at one forum only.
  • Messages requesting private responses will be removed - Forums are designed to provide information and assistance for all of our visitors. Private response requests are appropriate at WOODWEB's Exchanges and Job Opportunities and Services.
  • Messages that accuse businesses or individuals of alleged negative actions or behavior are inappropriate since WOODWEB is unable to verify or substantiate the claims.
  • Posts with the intent of soliciting answers to surveys are not appropriate. Contact WOODWEB for more information on initiating a survey.
  • Excessive forum participation by an individual upsets the balance of a healthy forum atmosphere. Individuals who excessively post responses containing marginal content will be considered repeat forum abusers.
  • Responses that initiate or support inappropriate and off-topic discussion of general politics detract from the professional woodworking focus of WOODWEB, and will be removed.
  • Participants are encouraged to use their real name when posting. Intentionally using another persons name is prohibited, and posts of this nature will be removed at WOODWEB's discretion.
  • Comments, questions, or criticisms regarding Forum policies should be directed to WOODWEB's Systems Administrator
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Carefully review your message before clicking on the "Send Message" button - you will not be able to revise the message once it has been sent.

You will be notified of responses to the message(s) you posted via email. Be sure to enter your email address correctly.

WOODWEB's forums are a highly regarded resource for professional woodworkers. Messages and responses that are crafted in a professional and civil manner strengthen this resource. Messages that do not reflect a professional tone reduce the value of our forums.

Messages are inappropriate when their content: is deemed libelous in nature or is based on rumor, fails to meet basic standards of decorum, contains blatant advertising or inappropriate emphasis on self promotion.

Libel: Posts which defame an individual or organization, or employ a tone which can be viewed as malicious in nature. Words, pictures, or cartoons which expose a person or organization to public hatred, shame, disgrace, or ridicule, or induce an ill opinion of a person or organization, are libelous.

Improper Decorum: Posts which are profane, inciting, disrespectful or uncivil in tone, or maliciously worded. This also includes the venting of unsubstantiated opinions. Such messages do little to illuminate a given topic, and often have the opposite effect. Constructive criticism is acceptable.

Advertising: The purpose of WOODWEB Forums is to provide answers, not an advertising venue. Companies participating in a Forum discussion should provide specific answers to posted questions. WOODWEB suggests that businesses include an appropriately crafted signature in order to identify their company. A well meaning post that seems to be on-topic but contains a product reference may do your business more harm than good in the Forum environment. Forum users may perceive your references to specific products as unsolicited advertising (spam) and consciously avoid your web site or services. A well-crafted signature is an appropriate way to advertise your services that will not offend potential customers. Signatures should be limited to 4-6 lines, and may contain information that identifies the type of business you're in, your URL and email address.

Repeated Forum Abuse: Forum participants who repeatedly fail to follow WOODWEB's Forum Guidelines may encounter difficulty when attempting to post messages.

There are often situations when the original message asks for opinions: "What is the best widget for my type of shop?". To a certain extent, the person posting the message is responsible for including specific questions within the message. An open ended question (like the one above) invites responses that may read as sales pitches. WOODWEB suggests that companies responding to such a question provide detailed and substantive replies rather than responses that read as a one-sided product promotion. It has been WOODWEB's experience that substantive responses are held in higher regard by our readers.

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