CHARLOTTE, N.C. - Brookhuis will display the Tregarne Woodwelder at the co-located Cabinets & Closets Conference & Expo and Wood Pro Expo Charlotte, March 6-8 in the Charlotte Convention Center.
Displayed at booth #721, the Tregarne Woodwelder is a radio frequency (R.F.) generator that produces radio waves via a pair of triode valves and it has been used in the woodworking industry for over 30 years according to the company.
The R.F. is modified to 27 megahertz and passed down the coaxial cable to the hand gun, which is placed across the glue line to allow the radio waves to pass into it. The radio waves vibrate the water molecules in the glue to generate heat, which sets off the glue. The company says this is all completed in 15 seconds or less.
Each Tregarne Woodwelder comes with a starter pack of glue and a set of standard and offset electrodes. Also available for purchase are inside miter electrodes, outside miter electrodes, and blank electrodes which can be cut to custom profile. 
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The Cabinets & Closets Conference & Expo is an annual event featuring a full-day conference, plant tour, and exposition, and is dedicated to home remodeling professionals specializing in building kitchen cabinets, closets, and other home storage designs. Scheduled for March 6-8, 2019 at the Charlotte Convention Center, the Cabinets & Closets Conference and Expo will co-locate with Wood Pro Expo, which is held annually in Charlotte. Registration is now open at
The Wood Pro Expo brand comprises a series of strategic regional events, located in key areas throughout the United States where professional woodworkers congregate. Wood Pro Expo features a full day of education and tours followed by two expo days oriented to equipment and supplies focused on the small-to-medium size shops. The educational offering includes CNC basics, employee recruitment, finishing, lean manufacturing, business management, software, and shop safety. For information on Wood Pro Expo Charlotte, visit
Both events are owned and managed by Woodworking Network.

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