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.


What's IWF like? Here's a deep dive into Day 2 at IWF 2016

IWF TV does a deep drill into IWF's Expo Show Floor, taking a look at some key education sessions. David Invankovich of Gulfstream talks about CNC and moisture content for veneering airplane interiors, Ethan Abramson tries out some paint, and James Kulp of Soundcraft talks about a machine putting cabinets together all by itself among many, many stories that capture the show's excitement.

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Barnett to reintroduce Ritter and Evans machinery lines at IWF

HOLLAND, Mich. -- Barnett Manufacturing is set to reintroduce the Evans Machinery and Ritter Machinery lines to American customers. Barnett took over Evans Machinery in September of 2014 and then took on the Ritter Machinery line in April of 2016. Both brands are being built in Holland, Michigan, where Barnett has a 30-year history of building woodworking and panel processing machinery.