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Reynolds Custom Woodworks

Listing #1325   Listed on: 02/04/2012

Updated... Reynolds Custom Woodworks is a small custom cabinet shop located in Winslow Maine. We build kitchen and bathroom cabinetry specializing in the beaded inset style. We also build the occasional piece of furniture. This past summer we had added an additional 32 feet to the shop which now houses our new spray room and assembly area. The addition freed up new space where we added an 800 square foot showroom. Figured I'd upload new pictures of the shop. I'll start adding pictures of projects as well. I have one full time employee, a finish guy (for our painted pieces), a book keeper (and lovely wife), and 2 part timers when we get up against it. We build all of our components in house, but have outsourced in the past. We have a video series on youtube, search "Custom Kitchen Cabinets". Thanks for looking!

Shot from SW corner
Table saws
shot from nw corner
chop saw, kreg, radial arm saw
outside spray room
Planer, lumber rack
shot from assembly area
Assembly Area
Assembly area
Company Name:   Reynolds Custom Woodworks
Contact Name:   Kris
Location:   Winslow, ME  
Year Founded:   2004
Sq. Footage:   4,300
Employees:   3
Gross Sales:   N/A

Product Specialties:
    Architectural Millwork - Custom Millwork
    Architectural Millwork - Doors & Windows
    Cabinets - Commercial Cabinets
    Cabinets - Custom Cabinets
    Cabinets - Kitchen & Bath Cabinets
    Furniture - General

Shop Equipment:
    Delta - Unisaw
    Delta - 20" bandsaw
    Delta - 13 spindle line borer
    Dust Collector System - Onieda
    Other - Grizzly 20" planer w/ spiral cutterhead
    Other - Grizzly 8" jointer w/ spiral cutterhead
    Other - Grizzly edge sander
    Other - Woodtec edge bander
    Kreg - Foreman
    Other - Grizzly shaper
    Delta - Shaper
    Mini Max - SC3 sliding table saw
    Butfering - Widebelt
    Invicta - Tilting shaper

Viewer Comments:

Posted By: Jim Tank     [02/09/2012]
I have to ask - what's the chair for?

Posted By: Kris     [02/09/2012]
Well... some days it's where the inspiration starts, and some days it's where the perspiration ends. Sometimes it's the exact opposite...

Posted By: jeff todd     [02/14/2012]
Sweet shop - wow.

Posted By: Grovey     [02/15/2012]
Thanks for the million dollar tour. Looks great! I like the back-to-back tablesaws.

Posted By: Dave Miller     [02/22/2012]
I also like your table saw setup --- we rarely need two rip saws, but really need em when we do --- using one out feed table for two saws; why didn't I think of that?

Posted By: Kris     [02/23/2012]
Thanks guys. Dave, not going to lie, the tablesaw setup is not my idea. I saw a picture a while back. I hear you on not needing them 90% of the time but when you do, AH YEAH!

Posted By: Mitch Suber     [02/28/2012]
Nice shop Kris. I always enjoy seeing how others get all their equipment into shops this size. Thanks for the tour, you did a good job of laying this out for us to see. I see Jim commented on the chair, but what about the TV?

Posted By: Kris     [02/28/2012] be honest the only thing on that TV lately is dust. Before I couldn't use rabbit ears on it I would watch March Madness, that's about it.

Posted By: Ray     [03/30/2012]
What a mess - somebody's going to get hurt with that dust collection pipe running across the floor.

Posted By: Kris     [03/31/2012]
You're right Ray...that one pipe on the floor where nobody walks would be a safety hazard if it were a traffic area. No choice there since all my pipe runs along the ceiling and I wanted as much room around the tablesaws as possible. A mess??? Beauty is in the eye of the beholder I suppose...

Posted By: Mike     [04/23/2012]
Great shop Kris! Good luck to you and your business!

Posted By: Larry     [05/30/2012]
Looks like a working shop, not a "mess!" Handling sheet stock looks a bit labor intensive, but the racks help with organization.

Posted By: Richard     [06/03/2012]
Kris - great job on the videos. I appreciate you sharing your knowledge and I look forward to seeing more of them.

Posted By: Kris     [06/03/2012]
Thanks Richard. More videos coming soon. They will be a little more automated, especially in the door making area!

Posted By: Darren     [09/30/2012]
Nice work Kris.

Posted By: Brandon     [12/01/2012]
I'm pretty sure the chair is for sitting and the t.v. for, well, watching t.v. The shop looks great! I live at our shop so we have some chairs too! No t.v. but it's 2012 - that's what tablets are for! Good luck! It's all wood!

Posted By: Holly     [01/03/2014]
Hey Kris love your shop! I have 3000 sq feet and some major organization issues. We do a lot of solid wood so cut offs and lumber storage are a big issue too. I see you have all your piping overhead to a cyclone...can you tell me what hp the cyclone is and what the cost of doing something like that is? I have never seen an inside hopper system like that and I think it may be a great solution for us! (Except I have 20 foot ceilings!) any advice you can offer would be greatly appreciated! Also how do you and where do you store your rough solid lumber?
Thanks Kris!!

Posted By: Kris     [01/19/2014]
Hey Holly,

We store our rough lumber on our lumber racks. Basically welded channel iron that sits on the floor and is bolted to the wall. As far as the cyclone... it's an Oneida, 5 hp. I bought mine new, with all the pipe I think I spent around 4k. There are MANY used cyclones out there, they typically go for pennies on the dollar at auction.


Posted By: titanpb27     [02/21/2015]
what horsepower dust collector is required for this shop?

Posted By: Kris     [02/21/2015]
The cyclone is a 5hp... it's not big enough

Posted By: Nathan     [07/28/2020]
Hey Kris, nice shop! I have a similar 5hp onieda cyclone and it is just big enough for my 1600 shop. Just curious if you upgraded and what did you get?

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