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Cabinet Makers Equipment & Supplies

Some professionals handle cabinet maker equipment and supplies. Since cabinets are used in countless residential homes, apartments, condos, and businesses all over the United States, this is a big industry to get involved with. There are many different job opportunities in this line of work. As a major supplier of woodworking supplies, plywood materials, and craft products, you may have to deal with industrial equipment for cutting wood and other tools for building cabinets. This line of work can be very rewarding for those who pursue it.

As a dealer of cabinet builder or contractor supplies and equipment, you must understand the various designs of kitchen and bathroom cabinets. Some of these have steel rods installed for added support. In contrast, some are frameless, which can be more visually pleasing to some people. Frameless cabinets have a more modern style to them than framed ones. As a manufacturer, you may have to use a belt sander at times to smooth out wood surfaces. There is a great deal involved with the production process of cabinets. Additionally you may have to deal with plastic cabinet supplies, laminate materials, and plywood products. Heavier materials are oak and maple. These materials and supplies are an important part of this industry. More than likely, you will need some on-the-job training or carpentry skills in this field.

When you work as a cabinet manufacturer, you can expect to deal with all kinds of woodworking contractors, craft and hobby stores, home builders, and custom cabinet makers regularly.

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Lami Wood Distributors Write review for this local business
4234 SW 75th Ave, Miami, FL 33155
(305) 262-2666  
Premier Cabinets & Fixtures Inc Write review for this local business
750 NW 57th Ct, Fort Lauderdale, FL 33309
(954) 938-9200  
Atlantic MICA Write review for this local business
956 SW 12th Ave, Pompano Beach, FL 33069
(954) 784-3648  
Mei Kitchens Write review for this local business
2150 NW 33rd St., Pompano Beach, FL 33069
(866) 544-7844  
National Cabinets Write review for this local business
200 Florida Ave., Tavernier, FL 33070
(305) 890-2938  
Specialty Supplies Write review for this local business
3555 Fiscal Ct, West Palm Beach, FL 33404
(561) 863-8111  
A Cabinet Makers Warehouse Write review for this local business
1337 SE Dixie Hwy, Stuart, FL 34994
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--Types of Cabinet Makers Equipment & Supplies-- Individuals who make cabinets by hand use a variety of carpentry and woodworking tools for measuring, cutting, shaping and assembling their items. These can include cutting implements, shapers and moulders, planers and jointers, saws, drilling and boring equipment, sanders, edgebanders, and sharpening equipment. Cabinet makers use a variety of different supplies, such as nails, paint, stains and varnish. Wood and other cabinet making materials are important supplies for cabinet makers. Cabinet makers today work with all sorts of materials such as MDF (medium density fiber board), laminates, and woods such as maple, oak, cherry and birch. --Choosing Supplies for Cabinet Makers-- One of the most important choices for cabinet makers is which wood to use to make the cabinets. There are a number of options, each with its own unique qualities. Hickory wood has a dramatic grain contrast, and can be suit a rustic, country look. Cherry is lavish and versatile, with a distinctive, rich color with deep, red highlights. Cherry can be used for both contemporary as well as traditional styles. American Red Oak is versatile and durable, with bold grain that add a beautiful accent to country and traditional kitchens. White Oak is also very versatile, with medium-to-dark finish and an open grain, varying in color from beige to medium brown. Maple is a good choice if you plan on painting or glazing, and looks lovely when stained. Knotty Pine has an outdoorsy, rustic look with a generally-straight grain and a creamy color. Ash has an open grain with porous rings, and colors varying from white to brown. However, it doesn't absorb any stain very well, so it is often varnished. Mahogany is very sturdy, with a straight grain, and is one of the best woods to use. Its color can range from light crimson to brownish yellow to deep red.