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New student woodworking contest from Castle USA

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Castle USA is introducing a new student woodworking contest, “What’s Your Angle?”, as part of its Education Program.

“At Castle, the education of future woodworking professionals has long been an area we’ve supported and encouraged,” says Mathias Forsman, CEO. “We wanted to bring attention to our Education Program, so that woodworking programs across the country would be aware of Castle’s 15 percent off program, and also to encourage students and student programs to showcase their work and get rewarded for that.”

Contestants will compete in three categories: Individual Student, High School Program/Class, and Secondary or Vo-tech Program/Class. Winners will be awarded a Castle 110 Pocket Cutter, TSM-12 Pocket Cutting Machine, or the foot-pedal operated TSM-22 Pocket Cutter.

The competition opens Sept. 1 and closes Nov. 1. Winners will be announced Dec. 15.

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