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Quality Custom Woodworks, Inc.

Listing #386   Listed on: 07/12/2007


We design, manufacture & install high end custom cabinetry & millwork in the Charlotte, NC & surrounding areas.
We have been established for 15 years with a large client base that keeps growing.
We offer to our customers a high quality cabinet that you simply cannot purchase through any factory box manufacturer.
 
shop
machinery
machinery
front of shop / cutting area
I inside spray room facility
outside spray room
assembled cabinets ready for finish room
assembly upfit room
Company Name:   Quality Custom Woodworks, Inc.
Contact Name:   John Kronberger
Location:   Waxhaw, NC  28173
Year Founded:   1993
Sq. Footage:   3,000
Employees:   5
Gross Sales:   N/A
Website:   qualitycustomwoodworks.com

Product Specialties:
    Architectural Millwork - Custom Millwork
    Cabinets - Cabinet Designers
    Cabinets - Cabinet Installers
    Cabinets - Closets and Storage
    Cabinets - Commercial Cabinets
    Cabinets - Components
    Cabinets - Custom Cabinets
    Cabinets - General
    Cabinets - Kitchen & Bath Cabinets
    Cabinets - Residential Cabinetry
    Cabinets - Store Fixtures
    Finishing - General Wood Finishing
    Furniture - Custom Furniture
    Furniture - General
    Woodworking - General

Shop Equipment:
    Craftsmen - 1983 10" Radial Arm Saw
    Dewalt - 12" Sliding Miter Saw
    Kreg - #DK1100FP Single Spindle Pocket Boring Machine
    Kreg - #KFT4x8 Face Frame Assembly Table
    Other - Marcon #M8700 Line Boring Machine
    Other - Virutex #EB25 Pre-Glued Edgebander
    Bridgewood - 108" Edge Sander
    Other - Ryobi 10" Planer
    Other - General 15" Planer
    Other - Grizzly 1985 10" Table Saw ( Modified )
    Other - Grizzly #1201 Large Drill Press
    Other - Grizzly 3- 1-1/2 HP Shapers
    Other - Grizzly 4- 2HP Dust Collectors
    Other - Grizzly #G0514 19" Bandsaw
    Other - Grizzly #G0500 8" Jointer
    Other - Grizzly 1- 3HP Shaper
    Other - Grizzly #G1071 Osillating Spindle Sander
    Other - Red Barron Hinge Boring / Insertion Machine
    Other - 10" Bosch Sliding Miter Saw
    Other - 3- Hafele #HR2 Drying Racks



Viewer Comments:

Posted By: John     [07/12/2007]
Nice shop, excelent use of a tight space. May I ask where you found your drying racks.


Posted By: John     [07/13/2007]
Thanks John,as always my shop is constantly going through a metamorphosis...you always find a better place to put this or that machine. I think the biggest things for a small shop is one, organization & two, having as many things as you can on good casters so they can be wheeled out of the way fast, including putting all of your built cabinets on 2'x4' dollies.
As far as the drying racks, I have 3 of them and there great, I purchased them from Hafele 1-800-423-3531 Part #007.91.141 $229.oo ea.Designsplusonline.com also has them, but they want about $300.oo


Posted By: michael j mazzara     [07/15/2007]
john great shop, how do you prevent cabinets form getting overspray on the inside?


Posted By: RomanD     [07/18/2007]
Nice looking shop. Very straightforward and efficient.


Posted By: jeremy talbot     [03/24/2008]
nice shop john! that spray booth was a nice addition.


Posted By: Richard     [06/24/2010]
Hey John, great looking shop, nicely organized. I noticed you have a Virutex EB25 bander. I am just about to buy a used one, any impressions you could share?


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