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  • Find Wood Processing & Woodworking's Digital Future at LIGNA 2015

    Find Wood Processing & Woodworking’s Digital Future at LIGNA 2015

    2015 is just around the corner. The international wood industry showcase, which runs from 11 to 15 May in Hannover, Germany, will put the spotlight on the growing Industry 4.0 trend of production process digitization and the shift towards intelligent, fully integrated woodworking and wood processi ...

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  • Pupils' patriotic popsicle picture pleases principal

    Pupils’ patriotic popsicle picture pleases principal

    McCOOK, Neb. — Everyone knows Mr. Garcia does not like surprises. “I don’t like surprises,” he’s known for saying. But even he admitted this one was “awesome!”   Tuesday morning, the McCook Elementary School PTO presented the school principal, Tim Garc ...

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  • Weird Wooden Bike Has Back Legs That Walk

    Weird Wooden Bike Has Back Legs That Walk

    Ron Schroer’s Boneshaker Bigwheel superficially resembles the kind of old-timey bicycle called penny-farthing, but don’t be fooled: the all-wood machine actually crawls on a set of legs on the back. Schroer says the project was inspired by Theo Jansen, the Dutch designer who makes wild ...

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  • Wooden toothpicks allow faster, cheaper drug tests

    Wooden toothpicks allow faster, cheaper drug tests

    By applying drops of sample urine or oral fluid to the toothpick, scientists can test for the presence of four of the most common illegal drugs – ketamine, methamphetamine, ecstasy and cocaine. Photo: SCMP A new technique using wooden toothpicks to test for illegal drugs has been hailed ...

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  • Popsicle stick builders attempt engineering feats

    Popsicle stick builders attempt engineering feats

    This past weekend, the Richmond/Delta branch of the Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of B.C. held their annual science fair and popsicle stick bridge competition at Lansdowne Centre. The beginning of March also marks the beginning of National Engineering and Geoscience Month, ...

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  • Our Community: Engineering firm tops sticky challenge

    Our Community: Engineering firm tops sticky challenge

    Read Jones Christofferson Consulting Engineers has won the inaugural United Way Popsicle Stick Playground Challenge. Their model included a zipline, climbing wall, a tubing experience and picnic area. Their attention to detail set them apart from the competition. They prevailed over teams from Hig ...

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  • Growth in Italian woodworking machine engineering

    Growth in Italian woodworking machine engineering

    After a sluggish first quarter in 2014 and conspicuous growth in the second and third quarters, Italian woodworking machine manufacturers succeed in further expanding their business in the fourth quarter, too. Quarterly statistics produced by the industry association Acimall show that total receipt ...

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  • Veterans receive new woodwork machine specially designed for disabled users

    Veterans receive new woodwork machine specially designed for disabled users

    A CAMPAIGN to raise funds for specialist woodcraft facilities at a Help for Heroes recovery centre has been given a boost by a US firm. Phoenix House recovery centre in Catterick Garrison has recently opened a purpose-built workshop to cater for the popular demand of the classes for wounded, injure ...

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  • Venue hosts encore show for local wood carver

    Venue hosts encore show for local wood carver

    Small shards of wood fly across the gallery and land on the floor. Kyle Pearson starts the spoon carving by making a frame of the spoon from a log with an axe. Pearson prefers using “green” or unseasoned timber as it is much softer and easier to shape with hand tools. A man with a rou ...

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  • Library hosts fun, explosive event

    Library hosts fun, explosive event

    Youngsters ages 6 to 11 recently enjoyed a fun physics lesson at the Glades Road Branch Library in Boca Raton. Before the session began, library assistant Angie del Busto created a 12-foot-long cobra weave pattern using one tongue depressor at a time to fashion a sample for the children to see when ...

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  • Carving a career from a spoon

    Carving a career from a spoon

    As a local carver, Kyle Pearson’s passion is creating hand-carved wooden spoons. From the way a spoon is shaped, to the way it is carved to have a good feel in the hand, Pearson has developed a healthy obsession for the spoon. “It’s something that we take for granted,” he said. Instead of buying a ...

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  • Thompson high school students present wooden toys to first-graders

    Thompson high school students present wooden toys to first-graders

      During the process, the students developed their fine motor skills with tools and even created a computerized model for the toy, according to teacher Darwin Potter. “It’s hard to get children to appreciate things like that anymore,” he said.   Read More: Wooden Craft ...

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