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Artisan Cabinetry LLC

Listing #454   Listed on: 10/12/2007

Artisan Cabinetry is a small custom cabinet shop in Sheboygan Wisconsin.

We specialize in building custom wood products, handcrafted from select hardwoods. Our craftsmen pay close attention to wood grain patterns, and take special care in the quality of the joinery and finish, exceeding the expectations of both commercial and residential customers.
Jet 18" Band Saw Delta Drill Press
Jet Spindle Sander
Blum Hinge Machine
Line Boring Machine and Pocket hole machine
Powermatic model 66 Table Saw
4'x 9' CNC with Vaccuum Table
Jet Combination Sander
Vacuum pump
Powermatic Dovetailer
2 5hp Powermatic Shapers
General 6x108" Edge Sander
Powermatic Panel Saw
Powermatic 22" Planer Left Powermatic 15" Molder Right
7.5hp Powermatic Shaper
Powermatic 43" Wide Belt sander
Clamp Rack and Door Clamp
Powermatic 6" Jointer
Delta Shaper Left Jet Shaper Right (used for drawer datos)
Company Name:   Artisan Cabinetry LLC
Contact Name:   Ted Schermetzler
Location:   Sheboygan, WI  53081
Year Founded:   2003
Sq. Footage:   9,600
Employees:   4
Gross Sales:   N/A

Product Specialties:
    Architectural Millwork - Custom Millwork
    Architectural Millwork - Millwork Installer
    Architectural Millwork - Moldings
    Cabinets - Cabinet Designers
    Cabinets - Cabinet Installers
    Cabinets - Closets and Storage
    Cabinets - Components
    Cabinets - Custom Cabinets
    Cabinets - General
    Cabinets - Kitchen & Bath Cabinets
    Cabinets - Residential Cabinetry
    CNC Services - General
    Finishing - General Wood Finishing
    Furniture - Custom Furniture
    Furniture - Furniture Designers
    Furniture - Furniture Manufacturers
    Furniture - Furniture Repairs
    Furniture - General
    Woodworking - General

Shop Equipment:
    Powermatic - 43" Wide Belt Sander
    Powermatic - 22" Planer
    Powermatic - 15" Molder
    Powermatic - 7.5 Hp Shaper
    Powermatic - 5HP Shaper
    Powermatic - 5 HP Shaper
    Powermatic - 6" Jointer
    Powermatic - 10" Table Saw
    Powermatic - Sliding Table Saw
    Other - Jet 18" Band Saw
    Other - Jet Spindle Sander
    Powermatic - Combination Sander
    Other - General 6x108" Edge Sander
    Other - Jet Shaper
    Delta - 7.5 Hp Dust Collector
    Delta - 3Hp Shaper
    Other - Conquest Line Boring Machine
    Other - Kreg Pocket Hole Machine
    Other - Door Clamp
    Other - Clark Fork Lift
    Other - 20Hp Vacuum Pump
    Other - 4'x8' CNC Router

Viewer Comments:

Posted By: Frank Williamson     [10/13/2007]
Nice equiptment! I can tell you like to do it all yourself. Love the drawer machinery. All you have to do now is find someone to clean. Great shop Ted. Frank

Posted By: Harry DeVrieze     [10/14/2007]
Nice equipment in a decent size space. But I would suggest a serious look into upgrading you dust collection system. Or at very least buy a few brooms and have the guys spend the last 1/2 hour cleaning. That amount of dust in the air & settling on your equipment is a very real health & fire risk to you and your emplyees.

Posted By: Ted Schermetzler     [10/15/2007]
I just purchased another small 1300cmf dust collector to help out a bit. Replacing the big one is probably going to be on the next year plan. It was great when i was by myself, now that i have grown it is undersized for what i do. Most of the " dust mess" is actually from the CNC, i havent found a good way to get the dust sucked from the table, and i end up blowing the spoilboard off with an air gun so that circulates the dust all over the shop.

I'll take some clean shop pictures after my showroom is completed, and i have some spare time on my hands

Posted By: JohnThomas     [10/25/2007]
Ted..Harry makes a good point there; but I wouldn't wait until you have time! One visit by the Insurance guy will knock you back some real serious bucks for a long time! I did this: Every day 15 minutes before quitting all hands man the brooms and waste baskets. Make it POLICY and you will not notice the loss in time at all. The guys come back next morning and work better because of clean-ready-to-go workplace. Been there!!!

Posted By: JohnThomas     [10/25/2007]
By the way Ted..Your website is really nice! Very nice work there. Shows experience, pride in work, and quality.

Posted By: Lyle     [12/06/2007]
Thats not dusty,here is a true working cabinet shop with real cabinetmakers.We live in dust,and clean up when it's done.Right Ted?

Posted By: Boots travel insurance     [09/13/2008]
Amazing site

Posted By: Brian C. Cooksey     [11/10/2010]
You're a Powermatic fanatic! As I am. Love the equipment selection.

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