Regency chooses Lockdowel EClips for its Legacy conference tables
AKRON, Oh. - Regency, Inc. has chosen Lockdowel EClips snap-together fastening for its Legacy conference tables. To allow for up to a 24-foot table to be built without tools from flat packaging, the company has incorporated Lockdowel glue-less, screw-less assembly.
"We chose Lockdowel snap-together fasteners because they are super sturdy and super easy for customers to put together," said John Summerville, president of Regency, Inc. "We have had positive customer reviews on how easy our other pieces using Lockdowel are to assemble, so we decided to add screw-less fastening to our Legacy line, which has the potential to revolutionize how large furniture is built."
Lockdowel provides fasteners, drawer slides, and hinges for fast and easy installation of cabinets, furniture, and architectural millwork. Its EClips fasteners are in compliance with all Architecture Woodwork Institute (AWI) standards.
According to Regency, assembly time for a 20-foot board room table has gone from more than three hours to less than one hour with Lockdowel EClips fastening. 
"Inspiration for Lockdowel came after I had ordered a dining set, received it flat packed with a million pieces, inadequate instructions, and still had to run to the hardware store!" said Bryan Koelling, president of Lockdowel. "To see Lockdowel used to assemble 24 foot board tables in minutes rather than hours, really brings the solution to fruition." 
The patented Mahogany, Cherry, and all-new Java colored modular conference tables are built from only five components and expand in four foot increments to grow with any size team. They can be purchased online from Walmart, Amazon, Staples,, and
Started and led by Norma B. Summerville in 1940, Regency began as Summervilles', an office product supply store in downtown Akron, Ohio. Now in its third generation of family management, Regency also includes in-house design teams, installers, a custom crate and furniture shop, and a national sales network.

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