Kornerking, the innovative storage and access solution for corner cabinets will be returning to IWF after missing the 2012 show.
Kornerking was invented in 2009 and combines the access of drawers with the side storage of a Lazy Susan into one unit. Mounted on a large 12” bearing and available in multiple sizes and configurations, Kornerking allows the cabinetmaker a great alternative to the old-fashioned Lazy Susan, according to the company.
Kornerking will be showcasing its best-selling modules and showing the refinements that have come about since last being at IWF. These include the retrofit concept that allows a 7-minute installation as well as the soft close feature of the Blum undermount slides.
Pete Mai, the inventor and founder of the Kornerking system, will be presenting at the Woodworking Inventors: Creating New Products and Business Approaches on Aug. 19.Mai will be discussing how he came up with the idea and how he developed it into a national business using a variety of marketing systems.
Kornerking will also launch its dealer stocking program at IWF.
Visit Kornerking at Booth No. 1471.