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Should I use high speed steel, coated or carbide knife steel?
Think about this for a second: when was the last time you took a step back and questioned the tooling in your operation? Have you been using the same knife steel for 2, 3 or even 5 years?
RIP Australian native trees – unprecedented death rates
For the first time ever, drought has claimed the lives of rare, centuries-old sandalwood trees in the South Australian outback. Ecologist John Read believes the situation is a real indicator of climate change...
NZ leading the world in earthquake-resistant wood construction
Following the 2010 and 2011 Christchurch NZ earthquakes, engineering scholars mobilised to try to devise solutions to the utter devastation that was seen in so many buildings that crumbled to the ground. Enter pres-lam.
The important relationship between measuring systems and grinders
Do you know how critical a measuring device is for ensuring a tool is 100% ready for production? Discover the relationship between measuring and grinding for an effective and efficient operation.
Beating burnout with technology and automation
Workplace burnout and fatigue is an increasing problem across all sectors as the economic landscape fluctuates and competition influences demand on the workforce. Increasingly the timber processing industry is following the general manufacturing trend towards greater use of technology...
Raising your profile: It’s never been a better time for profile customisation
Do either of these scenarios sound familiar: You’ve just won a new job and now have 10 new timber profiles to create? Or perhaps you’re looking to diversify your offering and create some new profiles? Where do you start?
Shaun Hayward on his claim to fame and the current state of the timber industry
Monaro Timber managing director, Shaun Hayward, tells us how he got into timber, his claim to fame and his view on the current state of the industry