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Anderson Ranch Arts Center   edit  
Offering 25 woodworking, wood turning, and furniture design workshops starting in June 2008
Artisans of the Valley   edit  
Artisans of the Valley in New Jersey specializes in hand crafted custom woodworking, including period furniture reproductions and custom built-in furniture.
By Jimeny   edit  
Solid custom furniture
C. R. Onsrud   edit  
The Onsrud family's machine manufacturing legacy, was born in the heart of the Chicago industrial core, and now spans 5 Generations. Oscar Onsrud and his son Rudy took manufacturing to a new level in 1915 when they built the world's first "Jet Motor" (air turbine) hand router. Since that day, the Onsrud family has become synonymous with cutting materials. And so has the entrepreneurial spirit. After honing his skills in his grandfather and father's business, Onsrud Machine Works, C.R. Onsrud founder, Charlie Onsrud headed south to bring the innovative thinking and skills to North Carolina. Like a piece of heirloom furniture, that same innovative spirit has been handed down to Charlie's sons, and grandchildren.

Virtually every aircraft built for the U.S. war effort in WWII had parts made on Onsrud routers. Most of those machines are still in use today! Almost every M-1 rifle stock built in the Springfield Armory was made on an Onsrud machine. It is difficult to walk through any major furniture plant worldwide without finding an Onsrud machine in service. In 1976 we raised the standard again when Charles Onsrud patented the "Inverted Router™", an idea and a machine that revolutionized the woodworking industry, increasing safety and usability. Today our CNC routers are quietly revolutionizing the concept of value by giving you the best-performing machines in the industry at a cost that our competitors say is not possible.

How do we do that? Through mass production and standardization, through modular construction and efficient design, we can supply 4000 inch per minute (ipm) speed, the rigidity of cast iron construction, "multi-drill" units, aggregates, saws, C-axis and 5-axis capability with multiple spindles on any of the many frame designs we offer. For the 4th year in a row C.R. Onsrud, Inc. has won the "Wood Digest Brand Preference" study!

When the Wood Working Machinery Distributors Association decided to honor the machinery manufacturer that most exemplified the type of company they wanted to represent, through quality and innovation, parts availability, overall value, and customer and distributor support, they created "The Partner of the Year Award" in 1994. Who won that very first Partner of the Year Award? C. R. Onsrud, Inc.! Yes! We have always done things differently and we're proud of it! That's what American leadership is all about!

As always, our competitors will someday offer the innovations we have already introduced, but you can have them today from the innovators - C.R. Onsrud, Inc.

Caster City   edit  
Casters of all kinds for shop projects, furniture and chairs.
Classic Designs   edit  
Ready to finish table legs and other furniture parts
Craftsy Woodworking Courses   edit  
Master the basics or expand your skills to craft decorative pieces, furniture and cabinetry.
Custom Service Hardware   edit  
Wholesale hardware distributor for anyone who makes sawdust, from cabinet makers to furniture manufacturers.
Doug Mockett & Company   edit  
Specialty furniture hardware like wire managers etc.
Douglas Grant Vincent, Fine furniture and Design   edit  
Custom chairs and signature pieces.
Furniture HQ   edit  
Home Enthusiast, Founder and Blogger at FurnitureHQ
Heritage School of Woodworking   edit  
Students come from all over the world to take our woodworking classes. In them, you can learn everything from the basics of sharpening hand tools and joining wood to make durable functional items to advanced furniture making, wood turning, inlay, wood carving, guitar making, and more. Our experienced instructors can teach you to how to produce heirloom furniture and other projects that will last for generations. Located in Waco, Texas, about 90 miles south of Dallas-Fort Worth and 100 miles north of Austin.
Horton Brasses   edit  
Produces more than 1,000 different pieces of authentic reproduction cabinet and furniture hardware factory in Connecticut. Use brass, iron, and various hardwoods to make knobs, drawer pulls, hinges, shelf pegs, bed bolts, casters, hooks and even clock finials.
Kevin Kopil, Furniture Design   edit  
Handcrafted Furniture
Men's Shed   edit  
Discover a place to connect, a community to belong to & mates that make it all worthwhile. Not all Men’s Sheds are the same. If you looked inside you might see a number of men making furniture, perhaps restoring bicycles for a local school, making Mynah bird traps, fixing lawn mowers or making a cubby house for Camp Quality to raffle. You might also see a few young men working with the older men obtaining new skills and learning something about life from the men with whom they work. You might see local elders making traditional weapons or designing arts and crafts. You will see tea-bags, coffee cups and a comfortable area where men can sit and talk. You will probably also see an area where men can learn to cook for themselves or how to contact their families by computer.
No Wood Unturned   edit  
Windsor Chairs, traditional Furniture Reproductions, and lathe Turnings.
QuickScrews   edit  
Founded in 1987 as a local wholesaler of products for the cabinet and furniture trades, Quickscrews International Corporation has evolved into the supplier of the most popular brand of fasteners in the industry.
RJ Fine Woodworking   edit  
Custom Furniture
Reading Furniture   edit  
We're not just furniture makers; we're artists committed to crafting pieces that transform your spaces into sanctuaries of comfort and style
Reddit Woodworking   edit  
Woodworking is your worldwide home for discussion of all things woodworking, carpentry, fine furniture, power tools, hand tools, and just about anything else about making - anything - from trees! 5.1M members.
Rev-A-Shelf   edit  
Rev-A-Shelf, LLC Louisville, Kentucky

Originally a division of Ajax Hardware (California) Rev-A-Shelf was established in 1984 as a division of Jones Plastics and Engineering, a family owned injection molder of appliances parts, and other custom polymer components (ISO 9002 Certified) with six manufacturing facilities in Kentucky, Tennessee, and Mexico.

Our Product line began as metal and polymer Lazy Susan components manufactured for the largest U.S. cabinet manufacturers and has grown into the market leading innovator of quality, functional residential cabinet storage and organizational products such as Lazy Susans, Kitchen Drawer Organizers, Base Cabinet and Pantry Pull-Outs, functional Waste Containers, LED lighting systems and Childproof Locking System. Our worldwide presence extends from the U.S. to Europe, Asia, and Mexico, with factories, warehouses and satellite offices strategically located to serve an expanding customer base of kitchen dealers, architects, furniture manufactures, cabinet industry distributors and retail home centers worldwide.

A "whole home" approach has expanded the current product categories to include: kitchen, bath, closet, and childproof cabinet products targeted toward the middle to luxury end of the customer demographic.

Richard Bissell Fine Woodworking   edit  
Shaker Furniture and Windsor chairs
Shaker Workshops   edit  
Shaker furniture and information
Tittle Custom Woodworking   edit  
Reproductions and custom furniture.
Unfinished Furniture Association   edit  
Unfinished furniture sources
Whispering Woodworks   edit  
18th and 19th century reproduction furniture
Wood N Heart   edit  
Custom furniture and turnings. Weblog also.
Wood and Shop   edit  
“Wood and Shop is a place for Woodworkers to Learn a Mix of Traditional Hand Tool Woodworking, with Modern Power Tool Woodworking, to Make Heirloom-quality Furniture that will Last a Multiple Lifetimes.”
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