by Robert Dalheim
40 Under 40 honoree
Jeff Finney’s list of 10
web traffic last month.
The most popular article on Woodworking Network this month, titled “ 10 things I wish I knew
before starting my cabinet shop”, was
written by 40 Under 40 honoree and
Ultimate Cabinet Components founder
Jeff Finney. In a two-part article,
Finney says it’s vital to have standard
operating procedures, a proper vision
or roadmap for your business, and an
understanding of finances.
Makita’s new cooling jackets were also
big with readers this month. Hot working
conditions on job sites or in non-air-conditioned plants can be challenging.
Makita’s jackets aim to address – cooling
workers with built-in fans and shielding
them from ultraviolet and infrared
rays. The jackets feature the same 18-
volt lithium-ion battery packs as the
company’s portable tool line.
Coming in at third was news of an
TOP STORIES ONLINE
installer who sued a cabinetmaker and
client after he allegedly sustained severe
injuries and a coma. Gilberto Martinez,
in Houston, said he was installing
cabinetry when he became pinned by it,
causing an intracranial hemorrhage and
a month-long coma. ✚
Most Viewed stories
❯ 10 things I wish I knew before starting my cabinet shop: Part 1 https://bit.ly/2pcsXM2
❯ Job site hot? Wear a jacket https://bit.ly/2PElNLQ
❯ Installer sues cabinetmaker after sustaining severe injuries, coma https://bit.ly/2MKFu7L
❯ IWF announces 2018 Challengers Award winners https://bit.ly/2LI9FY4
❯ Super glue is super in the woodshop https://bit.ly/2Ng7b8G
❯ Climate change makes trees grow…faster? https://bit.ly/2MAMHT3
❯ Employee crushed by sawdust; OSHA negotiates https://bit.ly/2nFyd Y3
❯ McDonald’s new flagship store is made of cross-laminated timber https://bit.ly/2xhpO1V
❯ Review: Hand-held CNC router https://bit.ly/2NO1yy4
❯ Connectors keep panels together with no glue or tools https://bit.ly/2pcsARE
Makita's cooling jackets led traffic.
Our top story was written by 40 Under 40
honoree Jeff Finney.