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Atlanta Cabinet Shop, Inc.

Listing #224   Listed on: 09/07/2006


Atlanta Cabinet Shop (ACS) specializes in cabinet boxes, drawers, fronts and component fabrication sold to woodworking professionals that choose to out source. We offer easy online order entry.
Our system mates the best facility, equipment, and software with skilled and motivated team players. We are panel processors and have implemented a work cell approach to production and fabrication. ACS practices Lean principles in every facet of the business. Our business is built on quality and service. We deliver on time every time. ACS wants to be your partner in progress. We invite you to visit our state of the art facility here in Buford, Georgia.
 
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Company Name:   Atlanta Cabinet Shop, Inc.
Contact Name:   Don Clements
Location:   Buford, GA  30518
Year Founded:   1928
Sq. Footage:   14,400
Employees:   10
Gross Sales:   2,200,000
Website:   atlantacabinet.com

Product Specialties:
    Cabinets - Closets and Storage
    Cabinets - Commercial Cabinets
    Cabinets - Components
    Cabinets - Custom Cabinets
    CNC Services - General

Shop Equipment:
    Holzma - HPP 81 Beam saw
    Scmi - Hydro 3200 Sliding saw
    Other - Brandt KTD82H Contour bander
    Weeke - BHC 350S Machine center
    Other - AccuSystems HPJ Dowel inserter
    Other - Ligamatech MPH400 Case clamp
    Other - Ligamatech ZHR01R Return conveyor
    Other - Schmalz PVT 4 Vacum clamp
    Other - Presto XL Scissors lifts
    Other - Conveyors Roller
    Bacci - Binks Spray booth
    Torit - HP Dust collection
    Dust Collector System - Nedderman
    Other - Omec Drawer Clamp
    Kaeser - SKT Air Tower
    Castle - Pocket Hole Machine
    Other - Cehisa Pro 7 Edge Bander
    Brandt - 1440 Edge Bander / Air Tech
    Weeke - Van Tech 5x10 Router



Viewer Comments:

Posted By: Ben     [09/23/2006]
I am very impressed with your shop layout. The conveyors and transfer carts are very interesting. You appear to have a very clean and efficient operation. I think I spotted some dining counters for Waffle House in one of the first pictures, correct? Is your shop airconditioned? Thanks for posting these photos, Ben


Posted By: Ben Ratterree     [09/23/2006]
Two questions about your conveyor system. Do you keep it close to the ground to improve visibility in the shop? Second, is the lift for the bander on transfer cart? Is the cart powered or does it move manually? Very interesting!


Posted By: Roy Clarke     [09/30/2006]
I was in Atlanta for iwf2006. I am planning to make the trip again in 2008. Would I be able to visit your shop at your convenience?


Posted By: Robin     [10/28/2006]
Nice shop! I don't see your assembly areas.
Do your conveyors get in the way Much?
How do you like the Accu-Systems boring/insertion?


Posted By: Don     [10/30/2006]
The assembly area is behind and beyond the case clamp. the conveyors do not get in the way.Boring machine is fine. It jambs on occasion. You have to keep the spray tip clean.


Posted By: Diane Micetich     [05/31/2007]
I would like new door and drawer fronts for my bathroom vanity. Do you do this type of job and do you offer the product already painted?


Posted By: Marlies Chapman     [03/15/2012]
We need to have two large, heavy conference room tables re-laminated with veneer. Do you do this type of work?


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