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Felder picks winner of ‘Win a CNC’ contest

Felder Group USA randomly selected the entry of Andrew Svec, owner of ModHeirloom in Portland, Ore., as the winner of its “Win a CNC and Change your World” contest.

ModHeirloom creates and designs furniture for homes and businesses. Svec owns several Felder machines, including the G 330 edgebander, FW 950 C wide-belt sander, FB 510 band saw, AD7-41 jointer/planer and K700S sliding table.

“He has been a loyal Felder customer for many years and we are thrilled that he is our winner. Andrew is very excited for this opportunity and we are happy that the profit H08 CNC machine center that he selected will help his business grow and blossom into an even bigger success story,” Felder CEO Ruan du Toit said in a statement.

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