Six Mistakes that Wood Joinery factories should avoid
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Six Mistakes that Wood Joinery factories should avoidWoodcon2016-07-07T06:56:36+00:00
The Economic slowdown has compelled woodworking industry to transformation of strategy in order to improve the working and profitability. The best way to do this is to think in a different way and find new methods of working. Neglecting or ignoring the crisis , just like the Ostrich buries its head in sand when storm comes in , will make the situation from bad to worst. The need of the hour is to examine the situation with a different perspective.
I have observed that in the woodworking industry, some of the typical operations that are a part of the routine work of furniture manufacturing in most factories are cutting, edge banding, drilling, routing, gluing, Joinery, nailing, gap filling, and sanding and painting etc.
During my visits to various woodworking factories across south east Asia and China, I found that there are some mistakes which are common mistakes taking place on shop floors in almost all woodworking factories. I have listed the seven mistakes that should be avoided in order to improve the working and in order to assure a trouble free and tension free production which is the first and foremost requirement of the production staff and the management.