The Cabinet Makers Association will hold an eastern New York Regional Event and factory tour on Friday, May 11, at Taghkanic Woodworking.
As part of the CMA Professional Certification Program, Leland Thomasset will host attendees at his Taghkanic Woodworking shop in Pawling, N.Y., from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m., for informative discussions on automating the small woodworking shop.
Two seminars will be held for small to mid-size shops. Mike Russell of Federated Insurance will present a session titled "Insurance 101: Controlling Your Business Insurance Costs." Thomasset will present a seminar on "CNC Basics," which will cover considerations in bringing a CNC machine into a woodworking shop, from necessary infrastructure, to software, to tooling, to fixturing and maintenance. There will also be ample time for discussion and questions after each presentation.
The event costs $20 for those who register in advance at http://cabinetmakers.org/2012MAY11_NY_PCP_Event.html or $35 at the door.
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