Robotics, Wood Components & More on Display at WMS
October 25, 2013 | 6:05 am CDT
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Woodworkers line up for show badges at the WMS 2013 show.
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MISSISSAUGA (TORONTO) - Woodworkers from all market segments streamed steadily through the halls of WMS, Canada's largest woodworking show, for a firsthand look at products geared to help cabinet and furniture manufacturers improve their productivity and profitability.

WMS, the Woodworking Machinery & Supply Expo opened Thursday, Oct. 24, and continues through Saturday, Oct. 26, at the International Centre in Mississauga (Toronto), ON.

On display were products ranging from robotics and CNC machinery, to standard machines, software, components, hardware and more, manufactured by approximately 250 companies from around the world.

View the slideshow with scenes from Day 1.

WMS was preceded by the Wood Tech Summit Leadership Conference, an all day seminar highlighting the best practices from some of Canada's leading manufacturers.

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