Canyon Creek Adds Edgebander for Growth

By Bill Esler | Posted: 06/06/2013 12:51PM


Canyon Creek Cabinet Company, located in Monroe, WA, manufactures custom frameless and framed style cabinetry for designers, builders and a select network of dealers in the Northeast and Western U.S.

Canyon Creek was named among the top 20 manufacturers by the Association of Washington Businesses. Doug Chadwick, executive VP for Canyon Creek, said, “It’s very rewarding to see and hear about the companies who have put so much effort into making improvements and adjustments, and despite tough times, have kept pushing ahead.”

Throughout the downturn, Canyon Creek has innovated. In 2009, it introduced the Canyon Creek Closets Plus line of custom cabinetry and closet storage systems. In 2010, Canyon Creek launched Newcastle framed cabinetry, and in 2011, Katana frameless cabinetry.

Dealers include woodshops like Lone Pine Custom Millworks in Pagosa Springs, CO; JT LTD., Custom Woodworking, Exton, PA; plus contractors, interior designers and architects.

Maintaining its ISO 9001 certification since 2003, Canyon Creek continues on its path towards quality improvement and lean operations, recently adding a new, fully automated Holz-Her edgebander.

Measuring 22-1/2’ long by nearly 4’ wide, the Holz-Her applies 1mm to 3mm edge tapes. Canyon Creek says the new bander has boosted productivity and accuracy, running at 18 meters/minute. It includes a return line for multiple passes of workpieces. Software-based controllers automate set-up and changeover.


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Bill Esler, Woodworking Network, WMS

Bill Esler

Bill Esler, Editorial Director, Woodworking Network Bill is responsible for overall content at Woodworking Network magazine, and related newsletters. Bill also manages event programs for Woodworking Network Live conferences at the Woodworking Machinery & Supplies Expo in Toronto and Cabinets & Closets Expo. He developing audience engagement programs using custom digital printing, live lead-generating events, custom websites, and custom digital and print content. Read Bill Esler's woodworking blogs. He can be reached at or follow him on Google+.

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