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Innerwood & Company LLC

Listing #929   Listed on: 09/27/2009

Innerwood started in 1990 in 6,000 sq feet and by 2004 we were in four buildings totaling 17,000 sq feet. Midyear 2004 purchased 35,000 square foot facility with 12,000 in offices and showroom and balance shop. We did many layouts for new space looking at processes and material flow and worked with Eberhard Reyer of Lignum consulting to assist in layouts. The old shop had several indoor bag type collectors and was generally dusty and we wanted a cleaner work environment so we put in a Dantherm 20,000 cfm outdoor collection system complete with ecogates now the shop air is cleaner than the office air.

Innerwood has three designers using AutoCAD and shop using Microvellum cut listing of all parts and programming for CNC. Practice lean manufacturing with continuous process improvement and run as much as possible through Microvellum for nested manufacturing. Shop is well equipped with Weinig 6 head moulder, Single end tenoner, double end tenoner, finger jointer, finger joint press, 16 SCM jointer, SCM 24 planer, Omga double miter saw, Omga picture frame saw, Travani 40 hp vacuum pump, 20 hp and 15 hp screw compressor, 20 station 8.5 rotary clamp, 43 two head wide belt sander, 12 edge sander, drawer tub sander and clamp, porter cable dovetail, cabinet door shapers and sanders, 2 Castle pocket cutters, Northwood twin table CNC, horizontal shaper, OptiSand rotary brush sander, Holzher edgebander. Since 1990 focused on everything outside of kitchen and bath cabinetry like study cabinetry, entertainment systems, bench seats, 30 different mantle styles, architectural detailing, curved mouldings, custom CNC work, outdoor furniture.

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Company Name:   Innerwood & Company LLC
Contact Name:   Dan Hueber
Location:   Milford, OH  45150
Year Founded:   1990
Sq. Footage:   35,000
Employees:   16
Gross Sales:   N/A

Product Specialties:
    Accessories and Gifts - General
    Architectural Millwork - Custom Millwork
    Architectural Millwork - General
    Architectural Millwork - Millwork Installer
    Architectural Millwork - Moldings
    Cabinets - Cabinet Designers
    Cabinets - Cabinet Installers
    Cabinets - Closets and Storage
    Cabinets - Custom Cabinets
    Cabinets - General
    Cabinets - Kitchen & Bath Cabinets
    Cabinets - Residential Cabinetry
    Finishing - General Wood Finishing
    Furniture - Outdoor Furniture
    Music - General
    Woodworking - General

Shop Equipment:
    Weinig - 9" 6 head moulder with return
    Weima - grinder
    Whirlwind - upcut saw with tiger fence linked to Microvellum
    Northtech - edge sander
    Omga - miter saw
    Scmi - Jointer
    Castle - pocket cutter
    Doucet - return conveyer at Optisand
    Northfield - 30" bandsaw
    Oakley - drawer tub sander
    Pistorius - double miter saw
    Scmi - Edgebander
    Other - sliding table saw
    Ritter - line drill
    Other - Optisand 52" fladder sander
    Other - 28' side downdraft booth with bake cycle
    Ritter - 5 x 12 face frame clamp table
    Scmi - 24" planer
    Balestrini - double end tenoner
    Other - finger joint shaper and press
    Other - Northwood sliding table shaper
    U S Concepts - arch shaper
    Doucet - 8' 20 station clamp carrier
    Other - Streibig panel saw
    Other - Northwood 5 x 12 CNC 8 pos tc and moulder head

Viewer Comments:

Posted By: Nathan     [10/19/2009]
Hi Dan, impressive shop specs, and website! Any pics of inside shop? Interested in your stations and workflow through the factory. Nathan

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Company Description Continued

Our clients were constantly asking for us to do kitchen and bath cabinets and in 2005 had decided to venture into that area. In 2007 a friendly competitor had a major fire and lost production capability. We offered them space and equipment use in our new facility and after six months decided they liked it so much offered to sell the remaining assets work together so we picked up 29 years of kitchen and bath experience. We do our finishing in side downdraft spray booth with heated air and bake cycle and spray with Kremlin air assisted airless. We plan to add a flash tunnel and sanding booth in 2010.

Business took a major dive in late 2008 and 2009 and our usual work dropped by 80%. We diversified and became contract manufacturer for a line of teak outdoor furniture.

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