Safety Speed to make cabinets for charity at AWFS
June 11, 2019 | 8:20 am CDT
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LAS VEGAS – AWFS Fair attendees can see the All-American Work Cell in action from Safety Speed Manufacturing.

The work cell comprises four machines: 7400 vertical panel saw, Conquest Industries B0122 pneumatic line boring machine, 72 GP edgebander and SPM301 screw pocket machine.

The work cell is intended to be a refined system for high-volume woodworkers, optimizing production, and taking away the need for outsourcing the essential functions of woodworking. These American-made machines are all engineered for usage at industrial settings.

Partnering with the Atlanta Mission, a 501(c)(3) organization serving Atlanta’s homeless population, Safety Speed built and donated bookcases with the work cell at the 2018 International Woodworking Fair. They will be guiding the AWFS Fair attendees in making bookcases and donating them to a Las Vegas charity this summer.  See Safety Speed Manufacturing, Booth #8651.

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