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Schilkensen's Woodworking Inc.

Listing #1026   Listed on: 03/19/2010


I needed custom carriage house doors, and that was how this started. Went on to making matching entries and all the associative millwork needed. Now we do virtually any type of woodworking that the customers require. I have learned to do radiused work pretty well and efficiently, also to replicate virtually any trim set needed. Also, we are a supplier of radiused weather-stripping, radiused jambs and casings. To several lumber yards and door dealers. All of this is stain-grade work. We have also done some very nice pieces for a temple, a Bimah, Mehitza walls, and privacy walls.
 
Company Name:   Schilkensen's Woodworking Inc.
Contact Name:   Bob Schilke
Location:   Ronkonkoma, NY  11779
Year Founded:   2000
Sq. Footage:   2,500
Employees:   2
Gross Sales:   N/A
Website:   hstrial-schilkensensinc.intuitwebsites.com/

Product Specialties:
    Architectural Millwork - Custom Millwork
    Architectural Millwork - Doors & Windows
    Architectural Millwork - Millwork Installer
    Architectural Millwork - Moldings
    Architectural Millwork - Stock Manufacturer
    Cabinets - Commercial Cabinets
    Cabinets - Custom Cabinets
    Carving - Architectural Ornamentation
    Furniture - Custom Furniture
    Furniture - General
    Furniture - Outdoor Furniture
    Woodworking - General

Shop Equipment:
    Williams - Model 7 mini molder/planer
    Other - Laguna 12" 5hp 3ph tablesaw
    Grizzly - 10" 3hp standard tablesaw
    Scmi - T-110 Invincible 10hp 3 ph shaper
    Delta - 3 hp shapers (2)
    Grizzly - 2 hp shaper (1st one)
    Grizzly - 17" HD Bandsaw
    Atlas - 12" 1hp bandsaw (small)
    Grizzly - 15" helical 3hp planer
    Delta - 12 1/2" 110v planer (smoothing)
    Grizzly - 8" helical jointer 75" table w/powerfeed
    Grizzly - Radial drillpess
    Other - Buffalo HD drillpress (ancient)
    FESTOOL - 8 1/2" circular saw setup (straightline rip to 22')
    FESTOOL - 5" random orbit sander
    Other - 24" x 4" table type belt sander
    Delta Rockwell - 40" belt sander
    Delta Rockwell - 12" 22ov RAS
    Dust Collector - Can type 2hp 220v (2)
    Shopfox - Bag type 1hp 110v
    Other - TCM Forklift 3 ton lift
    Other - MY Racks 17' wide x 12' tall
    Other - 253 clamps(not enough)
    Newton - B-7 Horizontal Borer
    FESTOOL - 2 hp Router w/ platen guide
    Other - Walker Turner wood/ metal lathe
    Ecco - 2hp 220v Dust collector
    Other - Jet 2hp 220v Can style DC
    Ecco - 3hp 3PH 55 gal drum type DC



Viewer Comments:

Posted By: Robert     [03/22/2010]
Can does Leo show us where the cash is? Oh, wait. . . Self-employed = no cash. . . Hmm
Nice shop, 4 shapers? Are some of them dedicated? Do you have enough clamps?


Posted By: Bob Schilke     [03/22/2010]
Yep, no cash :) It goes out as fast as it comes in. Sometimes faster. Yes, 1 shaper (2hp) is dedicated to 1/8" round overs since I do a lot of them. And no, I do NOT have enough clamps, since a bunch of them are from 7' to 10' I can't use them for glue ups. No readily anyway. I went to a stair shop in Pittsburg, he had over 1,000 clamps. It wasn't enough. I do have some tricks for when I'm short though. Just like everyone else I improvise.


Posted By: Bob Schilke     [03/22/2010]
UM, that's 7 foot & 10 foot. I gotta start profreeding what I write


Posted By: Daniel Shafner     [03/29/2010]
Nice bimah (a special podium used in synagogues). Do you do your own finishing or do you outsource it? Do you do any onsite finishing?


Posted By: Brian Sutcliffe     [03/29/2010]
Ever worked with black locust? I have a bunch of it, more than I could ever use.
Brian


Posted By: M Blaustein     [04/02/2010]
heh heh When does anyone ever have enough clamps.



Posted By: Bob Schilke     [04/02/2010]
My finishing is outsourced for the most part. If it's just a swedish oil, or a clear finish, then I'll do it. Otherwise, since the fire marshalls visit regularly & I don't want a spray booth, I send it out. Also. . . . I don't have the skill level I need. (lousy results)


Posted By: Don S.     [04/29/2010]
Nice shop, looks like you're busy, I like the Bihma, now I know what they are supposed to look like. Is that Sapele? How does it seperate into 2? Do you build a lot of them?
Don


Posted By: Ozan     [07/01/2010]
Good Bob, I liked your work Why you did them so cheap? Ny long island I can imagine how hard it is to keep business. other states don't pay taxes like you pay, and all the regulations.


Posted By: BobSchilke     [07/19/2010]
Well, I'm back. Was away for awhile. Anyhow, I do some of the jobs for less than I would like since there are dead times in this business. I still make a few bucks, and I pay my bills. As to the taxes around here, yes, they are too much. The upside is that once the economy comes back I'll be getting my numbers again, which actually seems to be now. I just booked several jobs for my standard pricing, not the mid-winter discount prices! I'm sure that when the work dries up I'll drop the prices again, then back up, back down. Also, how many other states are there where people pay $4,000.00 to $7,500.00 each for garage doors on a regular basis? Please let me know.


Posted By: tami & lenny     [11/04/2010]
Stay in business! You are on our list of woodworkers to call. We need nice, custom garage doors like the beautiful ones in your pics.


Posted By: Dennis Wilt     [11/03/2014]
Have you had any problems with the Grizzly machines ? I'm thinking of purchasing 7 pieces . planer , table saw , jointer, bandsaw , drill press,
edge sander , metal band saw.


Posted By: Debbie Godwin     [01/19/2015]
Do you ship your doors? I am converting my garage into an entertainment room and I need 2 sets of swing out carriage doors each opening is 9 x 7.


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