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Premier EuroCase Introduces High-Gloss Acrylic Five-Piece Doors at AWFS

 DENVER, CO – Premier EuroCase is the first to introduce a high‐gloss acrylic five‐piece door as a new design option to the woodworking industry. Premier showcased the new application of their innovative Reflekt high‐
gloss product line at the AWFS Fair in Las Vegas from July 22 – 25, 2015.  
 
The expansion of the Reflekt product line to include a five‐piece door is a result of Premier’s ingenuity, process intelligence and superior manufacturing capabilities. The door components are PUR laminated inside a certified
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Thermwood To Combine 3D Additive Printing and CNC Machining

CNC manufacturer Thermwood Corp. says it is developing a 3D additive manufacturing system, that is capable of making large carbon graphite reinforced composite thermoplastic components. It uses a “near net shape” approach with a large extruder, mounted to the machine, heats, melts and “prints” carbon graphite filled thermoplastic material to create a structure which is then five-axis machined to its final net shape.

Cabinets

As Masco Cabinet Sales Jump, Headquarters Shrinks

Cabinet and building products giant Masco Corp. announced plans to relocate its corporate headquarters by the end of 2016 to a 75,000-square-foot state-of-the-art facility in Livonia, Michigan. The news comes just days after the company released its second quarter findings of 3% overall net sales growth — 7% in North America — to $1.9 billion. Sales were spurred by a 6% jump in Cabinets and Related Products, driven by KraftMaid Cabinetry’s sales growth with home centers and dealers.

AWFS News

Canadian High School Student Takes Top Honor in Fresh Wood Student Woodworking Competition

Zachery Lush, a student at Fletcher’s Meadow Secondary School, Brampton, ON., won The Best of Show Award, in the 2015 AWFS Fresh Wood Competition after judges reviewed the projects of 40 finalists from 21 different high schools and colleges in the U.S. and Canada at the AWFS®Fair in Las Vegas. Twenty-six students went home with monetary prizes ranging from $250 to $1,000.

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