[Hidden-tech] Wooden Parts Cut and Drilled to Drawings

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Mon Mar 10 20:17:19 EDT 2014

Michael-  The New England woodworking school in Easthampton may have a lead for you.


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On Mar 10, 2014, at 7:12 PM, Michael White <mike at ftllabscorp.com> wrote:

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> Does anyone out there have a recommendation for a carpentry/millwork facility in the area that can do low-cost repetitive wood parts.  We are building a kind of high-tech cabinet in builds of ten at a time, they are mostly wood and comprised of about 20 parts each.  My group will have to do assembly, but I would really rather give the saw and drill work, including cuts, bolt holes, and some semi-tricky grooving, to someone else.
> I am not sure even what kind of shop would do this - it is kind of like machine shop work, but in wood.  Maybe a millwork or non-custom cabinet place?  It would be great to give the work to a local shop with idle tools, idle hands, and free, cheap cycles to spare.
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