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WCMA Window Covering Manufacturers Association maintains a wealth of information for component buyers and users, and members and friends in the industry on our Web site: www.woodcomponents.org.
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(2) A saved copy of a file before it is updated. of the Web site's key areas:
Members: A complete list of all WCMA members is included, with contact information. Each member company is hyperlinked from the WCMA site to its home page.
Publications: information on several WCMA publications is listed in this section, including: WCMA Rules & Specifications for Dimension & Woodwork woodwork: see carpentry; furniture; intarsia; marquetry; veneer; wood carving. , Wood Components Buyers's Guide, Make vs. Buy Study, and our Moisture moisture
wetness due to any liquid; usually refers to water as a component, e.g. in feed.
a substance heated at 220°F (105°C) to constant weight. Called also oven-dry or 100% dry matter. and Wood video. Ordering instructions are provided on the site.
Source Guide: Visitors to our Web site are able to identify companies which have the production capabilities to produce the wood parts they need. The Web site includes an interactive database that allows dimension and component buyers to search for manufacturers of specific wood component products.
The searchable database Refers to databases on the Web that are searchable by typing in a query. The term is quite redundant because all databases are searchable. In fact, that is one of their major features. used for this Source Guide features three search categories: Products Required, Machining and Species. Drop boxes allow a buyer to select criteria criteria (krītēr´ē),
n. for the product he needs from the categories. Once a buyer has defined the parameters of his search, a list of suppliers who can produce that product is generated, complete with contact information.
On this screen, there is also a "more info" button for each member company. By clicking the button, the buyer accesses a page that features additional product and contact information on the selected member company, including a link to its Web site.
Calendar: Upcoming WCMA activities and important industry events are listed.
Membership Benefits: If you produce dimension or wood components, you can find out why you should be a WCMA member by visiting this section. A list of the major promotional, educational and research activities are included, along with other important member benefits.
NewsFlash: The NewsFlash section includes interesting articles, speeches, press releases and more features of interest to wood component manufacturers and end users.
Technology Partners: WCMA Technology Partners, including manufacturers and suppliers of woodworking machinery, equipment, software, tooling and more, are highlighted in this section. Complete contact information is included, along with a link to each company's Web site.
Members Area: WCMA members can access the latest information on WCMA activities and events, and get sales inquiries from dimension and component buyers. They also can access proprietary surveys and studies.
3-STEP GUIDE TO FINDING SOURCES
1) Go to the WCMA's Web site, www.woodcomponents.org. Click on Source Guide in the main menu.
2) Submit your search criteria, using the following categories: Product Required, Machining and/or and/or
Used to indicate that either or both of the items connected by it are involved.
Usage Note: And/or is widely used in legal and business writing. Species.
3)Select "more info" to view a complete list of any resulting company's specialties and contact information. You also may e-mail a company for more information or follow the link to its Web site.