and insert machines.
Before labels were used there were
always some parts being mixed with
other jobs that had to be found. At the
assembly area employees grab the
hardware needed from the reports and
install it before assembly. In the assembly
area, doors are installed and product
labels are applied before the product is
wrapped for shipment.
The company uses basic sheet
goods, solid lumber, thermally modified
lumber, and metal frames, which are
made in house for medical cabinets.
Finishing capability includes a spray
booth with Kremlin spray guns and M.L.
Cabinet One does some iroko and teak
drain boards designed by Pete Walker from
Proximity Design Systems in California.
“We teamed up with Pete to build a
dealer network outside of Michigan,”
DeLude says. “We have cabinets in a
showroom in South Pasadena, and are
developing other areas.
To help capture work in other parts
of the country we have purchased
Catalog Tools and are working on an
electronic catalog we can distribute
to dealers. There are many cabinet
showrooms out there that already are
using 20-20 Design, and with our own
catalog to give to dealers it will give
us a professional presentation. Image
is everything. We can look like a large
company for a small price. ❮
Iroku countertop was made in
conjunction with designer Pete
20-20 Technologies, design software 866.698.2020 www.2020technologies.com Accu-Systems Inc., drill and insert machines 801.965.1900 www.accu-systems.com M.L. Campbell, finishes 716.839.1240 www.mlcampbell.com Colonial Saw Inc., Streibig vertical panel saw 781.585.4364 www.csaw.com Holz-Her Inc., edgebander, 704.587.3400 www.holzher.com Kremlin by Exel Industrial Inc., Spray guns 800.482.1809 www.exelind.com SCM Group North America, Bussellato point-to-point 800.292.1850 www.scmgroup-usa.com For more info: Or go to www.CabinetMakerFDM.com