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Learn how Ferndale Furniture, a custom joinery solutions manufacturer in New Zealand, improves bottom line efficiencies through the integration of Microvellum SoftwareDetails
Morrow Furniture in Auckland recently purchased a new CNC router with which it manufactures a varied range of one-off product from kitchens to curved seating booths. The on board software sufficed for much of the company’s work but before long the more complex nature of some contracts required more specialized software.Details
STATESVILLE, NC – Laboratory casegoods and millwork firm Kewaunee Scientific second quarter sales rose 2.6 percent to $31 million. While U.S. sales for the quarter rose 11 percent to $26.3 million, international sales fell more than 28 percent, to $4.8 million.Details
Justin Mason from Interior Woodworking Specialist sat in one of our recent Tech Talk events and gave an over view of their business and experience with Microvellum Software…Details
Commercial Furniture Manufacturer Transforms their Production Utilizing Microvellum & Biesse Technology
Commercial furniture manufacturer, Frankco & Simon, fell into the trap that many woodworkers do, they spent money on software with high hopes of transforming their business. Like many companies, owner Frank Tong was consumed with day-to-day operations within his business…Details
A longtime fixture in the architectural woodwork industry, Concepts in Millwork has been recognized throughout its 35-year history for many of its high profile projects. Based in Colorado Springs, CO, the firm has drawn equal renown for its ability to provide turnkey services for a wide range of national – and international – commercial projects…Details
MISSION BELL IS A CALIFORNIA-BASED COMPANY that specializes in quality architectural woodwork, millwork and custom casework. Their work extends from the most intricate one-of-a kind quality woodwork fixtures to standard production cabinets. In addition to that, they also source and stock unique reclaimed and salvaged wood with great stories.Details
Twelve years ago, Phil Cerbu and his Dad Les, decided to put the family shed in the back yard to good use. They had an old panel saw, an edgebander, a calculator, a pencil, a ruler and the drive to build a successful joinery shop.
Today, that once small-time operation has transformed into a highly competitive and profitable business, completing 50-60 projects per year, ranging between 60k to 750k each.Details
Twenty four years ago, Brian Frazier founded Proximity Furniture with the dream of changing the standard of custom furniture available to the custom office and healthcare furniture markets. His goal was to build products that offered the ultimate in comfort, flexibility and functionality to his clients.Details
For father-and-son-team Bob and Rob Wall, starting a business together has been a great experience, but it’s also meant taking big risks and being prepared to work long days to get the new company up and running. And it still is hard work and there are times when Rob thinks back, ever so briefly, about a regular nine-to-five job.Details
For over 25 years, TEAM DDS has designed and built high-quality environments using superior workmanship. They provide services to a variety of medical fields, specializing in dental office construction. To control costs and pass those saving along to clients, TEAM DDS’s full-time staff includes professional tradesmen pivotal to the construction process: Specialized General Contractors & Project Managers; Licensed Engineers, Electricians, Plumbers & Back-flow Testers, Certified Medical Gas Installers; and a full-service, custom medical cabinetry shop.Details
CWWC knows the value of using the latest in machinery and technology for all of its jobs. Utilizing Microvellum Software they are able to work more efficiently and are able to stay on budget for each project they do. Microvellum was used for the entire project’s design work and during production they cut their parts on their Schelling saw, Bussellato…Details
OGB Architectural Millwork provided all of the millwork and cabinetry for the 50,000 square foot facility. The Southern Ute Cultural Center & Museum in Ignacio, CO is a tribute to the Southern Ute tribe’s culture, history & where they are going in the future…Details