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Josefs Art Woodturning

Listing #860   Listed on: 04/11/2009

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Manufacturer of woodturnings, Columns, Wood Mouldings, Custom & Stock Carvings, Architectural Components, Curved & radiused Rails & mouldings, Stair Rails & Components, Porch posts, Balusters, Kitchen Island Legs, Rope mouldings
Company Name:   Josefs Art Woodturning
Contact Name:   Oscar
Location:   Hempstead, NY  11550
Year Founded:   1977
Sq. Footage:   10,000
Employees:   12
Gross Sales:   N/A

Product Specialties:
    Architectural Millwork - Custom Millwork
    Architectural Millwork - Doors & Windows
    Architectural Millwork - General
    Architectural Millwork - Lathe Turning
    Architectural Millwork - Millwork Restoration
    Architectural Millwork - Moldings
    Architectural Millwork - Stairs and Balustrades
    Architectural Millwork - Stock Manufacturer
    Cabinets - Components
    Carving - Architectural Ornamentation
    Carving - General
    CNC Services - General
    Furniture - Custom Furniture
    Furniture - Furniture Manufacturers
    Furniture - Furniture Repairs
    Furniture - Furniture Reproductions
    Picture Frames - General
    Woodworking - General

Shop Equipment:
    Mattison - 60" hopper feed automatic
    Mattison - 30" automatic lathe
    Diehl - 30" automatic lathe
    Yates American - 42" automatic lathe
    Other - 12" gang rip saw
    Weinig - moulder w/ats
    Buss - 30" planer
    Taylor - clamp carrier
    Scmi - 36" bandsaw w/resaw
    Other - 96" cnc lathe
    Other - 96" copy lathe
    Other - 60" cnc lathe
    Other - 96" diameter face plate lathe
    Other - 24" dia face plate lathe
    Invicta - shaper w/ feed
    Other - horizontal spindle box shaper
    Other - french spindle shaper
    Other - 96" reeding / fluting machine
    Other - 14'-0" fluting / reeding machne
    Yates - 20'-0" column lathe
    Other - rope twist machine
    Oliver - 96" pattern makers lathe
    G & P - double spindle vonnegut brush
    Custom Made - 12'-0" hand lathe
    Hemple - novelty lathe
    Other - 24" dia upcut saw/ w auto stop
    Other - 18" crosscut saw
    Other - 10" PET croscut saw
    Custom Made - dentil moulding machine
    Custom Made - radius moulding shaper
    Oliver - 24" jointer
    Scmi - 8" spiral head jonter
    Other - 14" thickness planer
    Other - horizontal boring machine
    Other - bridgeport milling machine
    Powermatic - floor stand drill presses
    Scmi - table saw
    Other - automatic turning sander
    Other - 10" horizontal belt sander
    Other - 6 x 48 vertical oscilating sander
    Other - 8" oscilating spindle sander
    Other - profile grinding machine
    Other - spindle carving machine
    Other - drum sanders
    Other - 5 x 3 clamping press
    Other - 72" copy lathe

Viewer Comments:

Posted By: Jim Baldwin     [04/13/2009]
Look like you have just about everything anyone could possible dream of, including some classic older stuff? Which of your machines is the oldest or rarest (8' face plate lathe or french spindle shaper perhaps) ?

Nice capital (I don't believe it's hand carved though).

Milling machine in the wood shop?

Posted By: oscar     [04/13/2009]
Thank You
I still have a lot more dreaming to do and a lot more machines I would like to have. The 8'-0" face plate machine is about 50 years old but the column lathe is from 1902 .....They dont make them like they that any more..
The cap was machine carved and touched up by our hand carver. The Bridgeport milling machine ....its the best drill press I ever had. Solid as a rock , I can drill a 4" dia hole in end grain with no sweat.

Posted By: Gary Spykman     [05/11/2009]
I have had a number of columns made by Joseph's over the past fifteen years or so. Some paint grade, some mahogany, all for interior architectural projects. They are good people to work with, and I have always been very happy with the work. It's nice to see pictures of the their workshop.

Posted By: juan armijos     [09/17/2010]
i would like to get some custom cronw molding and 6 columns .on cherry wood , cronw molding 6.3/4 ,columns 4" by 7 '

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