Located in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, Keystone Wood Specialties is a wholesale manufacturer of wood components for the custom cabinet, furniture, and remodeling industries. Products include cabinet doors, drawer fronts, face frames, dovetailed drawer boxes, wainscoting, moulding, and more. Since there is no minimum order requirement, one-of-a-kind custom orders are always welcome. Our Finishing Department offers over thirty in-stock colors including stains, solid colors and glazes, or we can professionally custom color match to your sample.
General International is a supplier of Woodworking, Metalworking and CNC products distributing to a primary audience of North America. Headquartered in Montreal, they have a large manufacturing facility in Drummondville QC and a US Warehouse to serve the ever-expanding Distributor base in the USA. For over 64 Years, they have built the business on a solid product line with multiple new product introductions every year.
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Michael Burdis of James L. Taylor Corp. discusses the company's plans to introduce the Cameron Skew, a compact gang saw optimization system, at the International Woodworking Fair, Aug. 25-28 in Atlanta.
Scott Box of General International tells Laurel Didier, group publisher of Woodworking Network,about the Canadian company's new distribution warehouse in Murfreesboro, TN, and plans to introduce new machines at the International Woodworking Fair, Aug. 25-28 in Atlanta.
Paul Carter of SawStop LLC discusses the company's plans to demonstate a new industrial cabinet saw featuring the patented SawStop safety device and upgraded dust collection at the International Woodworking Fair, Aug. 25-28, in Atlanta.