Composite panel industry well-positioned to adapt to final formaldehyde ruling

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency in July finalized a rule intended to reduce exposure to formaldehyde vapors from certain wood products produced domestically or imported into the United States.

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‘Prelude’ Wins 12th Annual Wilsonart Chair Design Competition

Detroit Students Are Challenged to ‘Design Happy’

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WeLive: A New Spin on the Co-Living Concept

HPL, TFL are Key Materials for Pilot Facilities

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Wall Murals With A ‘Viewnique’ Perspective

Large format, digitally printed vinyl canvases from OMNOVA Solutions transform mere walls into dramatic, artistic statements.

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Material Decisions are Critical as Trek Brings New Look to Stores

TFL back in the picture as bike maker strives  to make inspiring design replicable, cost-effective

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What’s hot in hardware?

It seemed like an appropriate question as summer heated up and the International Woodworking Fair in Atlanta approached. We posed the question to the some of the world’s top hardware companies, and here’s what a handful had to offer.

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Good news, and lots of it

When I was in the news business, we joked about inserting smiley faces into our good-news stories to emphasize to complaining readers how much positive news we carried. I can’t tell you the number of calls and notes I received from people who claimed the paper was full of nothing but negative news.

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Synchronized Finishes Take TFL to New Level of Realism

Don Raymond is vice president of sales and marketing for Uniboard. He also oversees product development for the company and has more than 25 years of industry experience. In this Q&A, Raymond answers questions from Surface & Panel about embossed-in-register or synchronized finishes and how they are changing the face of TFL.

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