Woodworking industry suppliers are helping out Camp Good Days - a children's camp for cancer survivors - at this year's AWFS show.
David Rakauskas, executive vice president of Colonial Saw Company, Inc., Kingston, MA, was elected WMIA’s new Chairman of the Board at the Association’s Annual Business Meeting on Wednesday, April 26.
Cutting tool and grinding equipment manufacturer Colonial Saw will display its UT.MA P20 CNC at IWF 2016 at booth #6529. The P20 is the world’s first CNC profile grinder, says the company.
The Lamello Tenso P-14 hidden, self-clamping connector can provide tight joints without the use of tools.
Wood industry equipment manufacturers offer up new technologies, which will be on display during IWF 2014; Much anticipation centers on developments from Challengers Award Finalists
Lamello Tenso P-14 biscuit connector from Colonial Saw Company, a finalist for the 2014 IWF Challengers Award, allows users to create completely invisible connections by ensuring a correct angle without raking.
The Tenso P-14 connector from Lamello, a Finalist for the IWF 2014 Challengers Award, allows users to set glue joints without the use of clamps.
SkillsUSA, one of the largest national career & technical student organizations, recently benefited from contributions of more than $7,000 in tools, material, supplies and gifts from the woodworking industry.
Karl Frey of Colonial Saw discusses the latest updates to its Lamello Clamex P line and the impact it could have on home storage solutions like shelving.