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L. K. Schweitzer, Inc

Listing #209   Listed on: 05/07/2006

Commercial casework, store fixtures, moldings, solid surface
Koch Dowel inserter
Panel processing area conveyors, panel saw & CNC behind, bander to left, assembly in distance
Curved molding gluing two different sizes at once
Komo Router
Slider, lumber storage, laminate rack, widebelt
Band re-saw
Molder, Profile grinder, Whirlwind & Tigerstop
Schelling Panel Saw
Office Bldg. curved wall with tilted panel system
Church Fire millwork replacement
Store Fixture
Elliptical Service Counter
Modular Teller Line, One of many we've done. Assembled in shop to check before shipping.
Sales counter w/Corian top, thermoformed edges, 3Form front
Company Name:   L. K. Schweitzer, Inc
Contact Name:   Larry Schweitzer
Location:   Lincoln, NE  68507-3139
Year Founded:   1979
Sq. Footage:   25,000
Employees:   17
Gross Sales:   1

Product Specialties:
    Architectural Millwork - Custom Millwork
    Architectural Millwork - Moldings
    Cabinets - Commercial Cabinets
    Cabinets - Store Fixtures

Shop Equipment:
    Other - Schelling FM430 panel saw
    Komo - Innova 510 CNC Router
    Weinig - P22N five hd molder
    Weinig - 950 profile grinder
    Whirlwind - 212 saw
    Timesaver - 137HD widebelt
    Scmi - SL16 slider
    Other - SAC TS80 shaper
    Stegherr - Arch shaper
    Omga - 12" miter saw
    Other - Hoffmann Dovetail key machine
    Other - Koch Dowel bore & insert machine
    Extrema - Straight-line-rip-saw
    Holz Her - 1302 Bander
    Other - IMA BIMA310 Pod & Rail 1.2X4 meter
    Other - Pinske Thermoforming Oven, 3X8'
    Idm - IDM58 Bander W/corner rounding
    Brandt - FTK130 Banding Contour Trimmer
    Other - Le-Matic AR500 Portable bander
    Baker - Horizontal band re-saw
    Grizzly - G9985 Oscillating edge sander
    Other - Jet JTM4VS Milling machine
    Other - Marbel PR6 Pinch roller
    Mini Max - S45 bandsaw
    Rockwell - 28-200 14" bandsaw
    Other - SawStop CB 5320 10" TS
    Other - Gomad TFFA-6 Tilt shaper
    Dewalt - GE 16" Radial Arm Saw
    Other - Crescent 16" Jointer
    Rockwell - Delta 12/14" Table Saw
    Other - Six Power Feeders
    Caterpillar - V50D SA Forklift
    Castle - TSM 20 Pocket screw machine
    Taylor - 79B 12'X36" Clamp Rack
    Other - BMT 1 1/4" Shaper
    Other - Kallesoe AKA-ST auotmatic lift.
    Powermatic - Model 180 18" Planer
    Other - Five Scissor Lift Tables
    Other - 500' of Roller Conveyor & 5 Transfer cars
    Other - 5'X10' Vacuum Membrane Press
    Brandt - KTD72 contour bander
    Other - Gannomatt Concept Primus 90 case clamp
    Other - Moak shaper
    Scmi - Shaper

Viewer Comments:

Posted By: db     [05/07/2006]
WOW that arched clamping rack is the sweetest thing i've seen in a long time.who makes that?in other words where can i get one and how much did it cost?very nice efficient looking operation.

Posted By: Larry     [05/08/2006]
Arch forming rack mae in Canada, sold by

Posted By: Pat Gilbert     [05/09/2006]
Is your shop always that dirty? :-)


Posted By: Gordon     [05/12/2006]
GREAT shop, very tidy, thanks for sharing!

Posted By: rww     [07/13/2006]
Larry, I love the zipper joint! Is this made from a shop made fixture or the CNC router?

Posted By: Larry     [07/13/2006]
CNC Router, Always has a partition that the Confirmats screw into. Totally hidden on other side.

Posted By: Craig     [07/21/2006]
Light dawns on marble head...
Using the banding for clamping!
Great Idea Thanks

Posted By: Jenny Wallace     [08/10/2009]
How much is your beautiful sales counter? What are the measurements.

Posted By: Dean G Blattert     [11/27/2020]
Looking for a power feed. Do you have a decent reliable at a reasonable price?

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