Oneida adds cart option to Supercell.
Novo’s experts predict 2020 design trends.
Belfab’s RG dust collectors allow for indoor installs.
And that would be up, as in more growth, following Greg Bettencourt’s acquisition of Cedar Crest Cabinetry and Revolution Furnishings in Manchester, N.H.
Yeti SmartBench takes CNC machining to jobsite.
Altendorf’s Hand Guard gets closer to market.
Ott edgebanders available from NuTek Machinery.
Milwaukee adds cordless 12” miter saw.
Laguna rolls out three Fusion saws.
Cabinets got its start during difficult times but continues to grow and expand its market.
New CNC’s Talent T3 now AL/UL compatible.
NWFA goes young with first pick.
Freud adds Black ICE to CNC router bit line.
Kurt Echols opened Cabinet Fever, a small cabinet shop in Anchorage, 20 years ago after taking a job offer in the 49th state from some former customers.
Max USA introduces SuperFinisher brad nailer.
Kreg presents a pair of pocket-hole jigs.
SAC selects winner of Mineck Fellowship.
Sought-after imports add color and contrast.
Vitap adds more features to Point K2 work center.
Homeowners want hi-tech bathrooms.
Next Wave presents redesigned CNC Shark.
Grex nails it with cordless pinner.
Hard maple sales take a back seat.
Dean Cabinetry, a Connecticut shop, keeps growing by offering a range of products to meet every budget.
AWFS as ‘hot as the Vegas heat’.
Lergacy makes impression
with Renegade CNC.
Visionary Awards recognize innovation.
Northtech recognized for touch and move fence.
Oneida Air introduces Supercell dust collector.