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Hudson Cabinetmaking, Inc.

Listing #1186   Listed on: 03/05/2011

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Our company is humble in every sense save for the quality and design of our woodworking. We are a family operated woodworking and design firm. Both my sons, my wife and I run this business. Each of us has had other work prior to this but found we got the most satisfaction from doing this 'for a living'. When volume demands it, we can get another woodworker in here but we seem to 'fill up' the place as it is.

Although the majority of our work consists of built-in cabinetry (split evenly between stained and painted), we make all kinds of free-standing furniture as well and we're often called upon to do architectural detailing (both indoors and out).

Almost all of our stationary machines are wired for 220, single phase.

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Most important tool in the shop
Miter saw
Assembly work benches
Ripping saw and sheetgood storage
Section of our office
High end fireplace surround
High end mudroom with wainscot and storage
Modern maple kitchen
Formal living room built-ins
Rustic cherry family room
Company Name:   Hudson Cabinetmaking, Inc.
Contact Name:   Russell Hudson
Location:   Carmel, NY  
Year Founded:   1985
Sq. Footage:   1,800
Employees:   3
Gross Sales:   N/A

Product Specialties:
    Architectural Millwork - Custom Millwork
    Architectural Millwork - Millwork Installer
    Cabinets - Cabinet Designers
    Cabinets - Closets and Storage
    Cabinets - Custom Cabinets
    Cabinets - Kitchen & Bath Cabinets
    Cabinets - Residential Cabinetry
    Cabinets - Store Fixtures
    Furniture - Custom Furniture
    Furniture - Furniture Designers
    Furniture - Outdoor Furniture
    Woodworking - General

Shop Equipment:
    Grizzly - 20" Planer
    Grizzly - 12" Jointer G0609
    Grizzly - 12" Table Saw G5959Z
    Grizzly - 18" Band Saw
    Grizzly - 19" Band Saw G0514X
    Grizzly - Dust Collection G1030Z2
    Grizzly - Air Filter G5955
    Grizzly - Ossillating Spindle Sander G1071
    Craftsman - 15" 12 speed Drill Press
    Delta - 10" Contractor's Saw
    Grass - Hinge Boring/Line Boring Press
    Dewalt - 20" Variable Speed Scroll Saw
    Other - Hitachi 10" Miter Saw C10SFH
    Other - Hitachi 15" Miter Saw C15FB

Viewer Comments:

Posted By: Dennis Wilt     [11/03/2014]
How has the Grizzly saw been for you ? any Problems ?

Posted By: Russell Hudson     [11/03/2014]
handles larger stock well / an SCM that costs 4 times (?) as much is maybe 50% better, but not 4 times as good / I bought that 20" planer about 25 yrs ago.... it's still doing it's job

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We have two 4'X12' work benches with outlets and good lighting overhead.
Except for a few smaller projects, we no longer do any spray finishing here .
We have two computer workstations in our office which sits adjacent to the shop. There is a sliding window between the two for communication.

We don't use CAD here as the hand renderings I do seem to sell clients towards our design approach. We make everything except for the doors and drawer faces. We'll even do that when a strange shape / configuration is called for. We cut no corners.
Everything is either biscuit-ed or screwed and glued. We almost never use MDF. With very few exceptions, all or cabs are face framed w/ inset doors.
We handle our projects... one at a time, from beginning to end, with our own hands.
We usually make an agreement with our customers. We propose to them..."IF... you are very happy with what we've built, would you agree to let other prospective clients of ours come and see the work we've done for you?" As our shop is small, this not only allows us to possess a number of 'showrooms', it obliges us to stand behind our work each time. We like what we do here and we believe it shows.

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