Lockdowel to demo award winning drawer slides and snap-in hinges at Wood Pro Expo Charlotte
January 30, 2018 | 2:46 pm CST

CHARLOTTE -- Lockdowel will perform live demonstrations of their Visionary Award-winning EClips drawer slides and their new screw-less, snap-in EClips hinges at Woodworking Network’s Wood Pro Expo, Booth 317, February 15-16  at the Charlotte Convention Center. Lockdowel manufactures snap-in fasteners for closets, cabinets and furniture, and their fastening solutions remove the need for glue, screws or tools to install. 

According to FDMC Editor, Will Sampson: Lockdowel won a Visionary Award in the hardware category for its snap-on drawer slides. Designed to significantly reduce cabinet drawer installation time and costs, the slides feature the company's E-clips fastening technology, allowing users to quickly and easily install drawer slides for complete tool-less installation. “Lockdowel drawer slides take all the work out of installing glides,” Ultimate Cabinet Components owner Jeff Finney says. “We cut our time by 70% using the EClips drawer glide over conventional methods. You just drop it in, slide it and it’s locked in.” "Our EClips drawer slide fasteners and hinges have brought a brand new, time-saving, solution to carpenters and cabinet makers,” said Bryan Koelling President of Lockdowel.  “These are screw-less and snap-on in seconds! This saves installers hours of screwing and drilling while saving cabinet shop owners hours of labor costs.”
Registration is now open for Wood Pro Expo Charlotte. The event will feature industry education, an exhibit hall with operating machinery, leading wood products and suppliers, and focused networking opportunities.  For a complete exhibitor list, click HERE

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