Stiles to make technology accessible at AWFS Fair
July 11, 2019 | 6:05 pm CDT

LAS VEGAS -- Stiles Machinery, provider of advanced technology and support services for the woodworking industry, will bring practical solutions catered to today’s manufacturing landscape to this year’s AWFS Fair.

With technology spread across their more than 15,000 square foot booth and a team of more than 150 industry experts, Stiles is committed to helping woodworking companies of all sizes increase their productivity and profitability.

“We listened to what manufacturers had to say regarding their biggest challenges, and engineered solutions that support those specific needs and increase the bottom line,” said Doug Maat, director of strategic sales at Stiles. “Our mission is to take highly intelligent and innovative technology and make it accessible and affordable to the everyday woodworking professional.”

Technological highlights include the Centateq P-110 entry-level five-axis CNC flat table from Homag, the debut of new sliding table saw machinery from Ironwood, new panel sawing technology from Homag including intelliGuide and intelliDivide, and a range of software designed to aid manufacturers in managing everything from the front office to the production floor.

Stiles will also showcase their team of service technicians, as well as their 24-hour parts and technical support services. Representatives from Stiles University will also be on site to discuss more than 20 course options featuring hands-on technical and application training for the woodworking workforce.

This year’s show will feature several ways for attendees to actively participate in live demonstrations and educational presentations including SMART sessions, WED Talks, and AWFS Live. As one of the leading presenters, experts from Stiles will share their insights into the latest trends and solutions relevant to today’s woodworking professionals. Stiles will be at booth #7457 and 8057 at AWFS Fair.

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