Modern makers have struggled to reproduce violins made during the Cremonese era in 17th- and 18th-century Italy. A team of scientists wanted to find out why.
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Millwork firm Woodgrain is investing $10 million to expand its facility in Leesburg, Georgia by 156,000 square feet. The expansion will bring 150 new jobs.
The Consumer Product Safety Commission's flammability standard for upholstered furniture went into effect on June 25.
Amish furniture maker Palettes by Winesburg will construct an 80,000-square-foot manufacturing facility in Paint Township, Ohio.
Next month's AWFS Fair will play host to "Rapid Fire" sessions - a variety of short, single-focus topic presentations from industry pros.
The American Wood Council says the most meaningful way to address lumber supply shortages is to focus on transportation and workforce limitations.
Indiana Furniture will get a nine-year tax abatement to assist in the company's ongoing relocation and expansion.
Furniture design firm Douglas & Company used leftover cross-laminated timber from a construction project to create a small furniture collection.
Sauder Woodworking will lease a new 100,000-square-foot facility in Indiana, allowing the company to boost production and hire 50 workers.