Ear protection in the shop
CNC in use at Morphosis Architects
Review: WorkSharp 3000 belt sharpening system
Oneida Dust Sentry sensor system
Testing Bench Cookies Plus and Wolf Bench Paws
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Nelson’s Cabinets Inc. in Long Beach, Calif., shows how to prosper with some traditional values and a pragmatic business sense.
Primeway’s equipment capabilities and experience have helped it move from custom contract work into the casework side of the business.
Seattle cabinetmaker emphasizes using the right materials to protect the “indoor ecosystem.”
Commercial furnishings manufacturer expands options and emphasizes customer service to build business.
New company uses technology and hiring the right people to do the job right.
Michigan cabinetmaker’s dedication to learning and training means better presentations, more efficient operation.
Big Drawers makes extra-large furniture to serve plus-size customers.
Morphosis architectural model shop adds CNC routing to its repertoire.
Tackling unusual projects with maximum customer service helps small shop build relationships to compete.
Association’s first design contest shows breadth of talent in membership.
Old City Millwork is set to move to a new location and into some new product areas – as soon as they see a solid uptick.
Problem: How to recover when storm inundates shop just after investing $15,000 in new equipment and there is no flood insurance? Solution: Pick up the pieces and rebuild everything yourself while introducing new efficiency measures to the operation.
Problem: Cabinet shop faces slowing demand and increasing price competition. Solution: Capitalize on CNC to develop unique new product lines.
Green Design Furniture transitions from manufacturing to design consulting
Jim McGrew has learned how to make the most of his CNC in the down economy.
To effectively compete in a slow economy, shop uses design software to set itself apart from competition while improving efficiency.
Job shop specializes in panel processing including laminating, cutting, machining, edgebanding and contour edgebanding.
Shop-built CNC helps meet complex architectural turning challenges
Problem: How to get maximum production from the fewest employees. Solution: Streamline everything, buy better machines, and organize to do one job at a time.
Unusual niche and creative business practices help shop prosper
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