Four years in the making, IWF 2022 was a resounding success with thousands of attendees from across the world visiting nearly 1,000 exhibitors and learning about some of the latest in technologies. Robotics and automation were the most prominent technologies of the show, with seemingly every aisle, especially in the A, B, and BC halls, operating a robot or automated technology. Despite this prevalence, these technologies were not part of the industry's most prevalent awards competition. The Challengers Award.
ATLANTA -- North Americ a's largest woodworking technology and design trade show and conference and the first U.S. global woodworking fair since 2018 opens Tuesday, August 23, at the Georgia World Congress Center in Atlanta. With 925 exhibitors showcasing products and services in more than 540 categories, IWF 2022 will display a plethora of equipment including new lines and designs and exclusive U.S. product introductions.
Net proceeds from the special event will help fund woodworking skills development programs offered by the Woodwork Career Alliance to students and professionals.
Attending IWF? Like winning prizes?
Finalists have been named in the 2022 IWF Design Emphasis competition for U.S. college students. Seventy-five entries were whittled down to 48 finalist projects entered by 40 students.
The Felder Group is offering free tickets to IWF, and will also be offering a chance to win one of its new Hammer CNC machines.