IWF 2020 is Cancelled
 
[from IWFAtlanta.com] As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to disrupt our lives and enterprises, IWF 2020 and the global woodworking industry it serves are not immune to such intrusion. That inescapable reality lies at the heart of the difficult decision to cancel this year’s event.
 
This unavoidable action comes only after long, intense and exhaustive study and consideration by the IWF show management team working in constant collaboration with the IWF 2020 Management Committee, whose members represent the Wood Machinery Manufacturers of America and the Woodworking Machinery Industry Association.
 
The decision to cancel North America’s oldest and largest woodworking event could not and did not come easily. At the same time, the conditions and circumstances brought about by the COVID-19 pandemic–including accompanying travel restrictions and federal, state and local governmental regulations–have made it impossible to stage IWF 2020 without endangering the health and safety of all exhibitors, attendees and the Atlanta community at large.
 
Find out more on the IWF Atlanta website.

 

Lazy Lee creates new closet system for cruise ships

MIAMI – During the 2018 International Woodworking Show, Inventor and Designer Lee Goldsticker, creator of the rotating closet system and cabinets, debuted a brand new product - the Lazy Lee Cruise Ship Closet. 
 
On display at the Lockdowel booth during the show, the 38.5-inch x 23.5-inch x 79-inch rotating cabinet featured a flush mirrored front, a reach-in coat compartment, and 23 shelves. Options for the cabinet range from wet bars to internal clothes dryers.
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