Jan. 13-16, 2005: International Home Builders' Show, Orange County Convention Center, Orlando, FL; visit www.buildershow.com.
Jan. 27-30: Expo Promueble, 11th International Machinery & Supplies Exhibition for the Furniture, Woodworking, Mattress and Upholstered Industry, Mexico City, Mexico; visit www.promueble.com.mx.
Feb. 17-18: Carolinas Industrial Woodworking Expo, Greensboro, NC; contact (828) 459-9894; www.tsiexpos.com.
Feb. 19-23: EuroShop, Dusseldorf Fair Grounds, Dusseldorf, Germany; contact (312) 781-5180; www.mdna.com.
Feb. 21-24: ZOW 2005, Bad Salzuflen, Germany; visit www.zow.info.
March 16-18: Texas Woodworking Show & Conference and the Closets and Home Organization Conference & Expo, sponsored by Wood & Wood Products, Custom Woodworking Business and CLOSETS, Market Hall, Dallas Market Center, Dallas, TX; contact (800) 752-6312 or (630) 434-7779; www.texaswoodworkingshow.com.
Dec. 8-10: Biesse America One2One Southeast Open House, Danckaert Woodworking Machinery, Atlanta, GA; contact, (704) 357-3131, ext. 5001; www.biesse america.com/registeratl.
Jan. 19-20, 2005: CNC Router Workshop featuring demonstrations of Techno Inc. routers and KCDw soft ware; Techno Inc., New Hyde Park, NY; contact (516) 302-2281, ext. 281; www.technocnc.com.
Seminars & Workshops
Nov. 22-23: "International 3-D Symposium," Herford, Germany; contact Wehmhoner Pressen; www.3dsymposium.de
Dec. 7-9: "22nd Annual Oak Drying Workshop," Hotel Roanoke, Roanoke, VA; contact Brian Bond, Virginia Tech, at (540) 231-8752; www.conted.vt.edu/oakdrying.
* Dec. 8-10: "Electrical Troubleshooting for Panel Processing Equipment," Stiles Education, Grand Rapids, MI; contact Julie at (616) 698-7500, ext. 237; www.stiles machinery.com.services/education.
* Contact for additional dates, locations or programs.
Visit www.iswonline.com for a comprehensive listing of Coming Events.
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|Date:||Nov 1, 2004|
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