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Articles from Wood & Wood Products (November 1, 2004)

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1938 Wood Products: the Dies investigation. 213
1951 Wood combined with Wood Products: old lumber town finds a buyer. 150
1959 Wood & Wood Products. 80
Adhesive dispenser. 89
AFMA changes reflect market realities. Christianson, Rich 699
AKTRIN predicts 30% real growth for Canada's furniture market by 2013. 126
AWFS Vegas fair to coincide with inaugural furniture market. 87
AWI elects first woman president. 87
AWI to present full-day estimating seminar at 2005 Texas conference. 181
Canyon Creek strikes a balance: this dynamic cabinet manufacturer finds growth aspirations and respect for the environment go hand in hand. Stern, Renee Cover Story 2190
CNC processing center. Advertisement 114
Coating system. 81
Coming events. Calendar 261
Connectors. 85
Design software. 92
DOC reaffirms dumping ruling, but reduces most duties. 135
Drawer inserts. 83
Edgebanding. 88
Five-knuckle hinge. Advertisement 90
Laidlaw Energy Group will use a $1 million state grant to convert a natural power plant in Ellicote, NY, into a less-expensive wood burning plant, according to the Buffalo News. 90
Laser. 85
Lean manufacturing puts OFS in the driver's seat; OFS' investment in automation is helping its chair manufacturing Plant 11 transition to lean manufacturing, thereby saving time, money and manpower. Koenig, Karen M. 952
Lighting & accessories. Advertisement 86
Media Access Center. 109
Membrane-pressed MDF panels fill the bill; converting from metal powder finishes to thermoplastics re-defines the appearance, durability and repairability of Sprint's bill payment kiosks. 893
Montreal-based Domtar Inc. and Nature Conservancy recently announced the transfer of 4,044 hectares of Domtar land in the heart of the Sutton Mountain Range in Quebec. 110
Multi-personality poplar has many names, many uses. Kaiser, Jo-Ann 787
Notched cabinet legs. Advertisement 83
OSHA fines Pella distributor $103,000. 153
Point-to-point purchasers increase demands; as point-to-point and CNC technology's capabilities drift toward each other, companies are demanding more out of their purchases. Among their requests are more fully automatic systems, a wider range of options, and speedy set-up times. Coleman, Katie 2343
Router heads. Advertisement 141
RSI Holding Corp. of Newport Beach, CA, announced it completed the purchase of Prestige Cabinets of Neodesha, KS. 96
Six Sigma: is it for you? Maybe, but this popular manufacturing philosophy is definitely not for everybody. Dossenbach, Tom 1342
Spray gun. 80
Table saw system. 83
Textured panels. Advertisement 106
Timesavers Inc. 109
Two window & door groups talk merger. 159
U.S. demand for outdoor furniture to rise at 3.8% clip. 128
WMIA presents annual industry awards. 288
Wood association execs reflect on Bush's reelection: most hope the President will focus more on strengthening U.S. manufacturing competitiveness. Christianson, Rich 2111
Wood components take the Maine stage; WCMA's annual plant tour event headed to southern Maine to visit a variety of wood component manufacturers. Piland, J.D. 1398
Wood grinder. 86
Wood panels. 104
Woodworking Technology Sourcebook. Advertisement 88
Workers' comp benefits rise 7.4% in 2002. 167
Workload positioner. Advertisement 87

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