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David Thiessen Woodworker LLC

Listing #1576   Listed on: 11/02/2014

Our shop designs and creates one of a kind furniture and cabinetry. While euro cabinetry makes up the majority of our work the furniture making is growing every year. We specialize in curved and veneer work in mostly contemporary forms.
Material entry point
Lumber racks
Table saw area
Boring station
Tool island
Vacuum Press with hollow core table inside
Assembly area
Assembly area
Work in Progress
Company Name:   David Thiessen Woodworker LLC
Contact Name:   David Thiessen
Location:   Bolivar, MO  
Year Founded:   2013
Sq. Footage:   2,500
Employees:   2
Gross Sales:   N/A

Product Specialties:
    Cabinets - Cabinet Designers
    Cabinets - Custom Cabinets
    Cabinets - General
    Cabinets - Kitchen & Bath Cabinets
    Cabinets - Residential Cabinetry
    Furniture - Custom Furniture
    Furniture - Furniture Designers
    Veneer and Marquetry - General

Shop Equipment:
    Other - Steel city table saw
    Other - Excalibur sliding table
    Other - Steel city 8" parallelogram jointer
    Delta - 13" planer
    Powermatic - 1 1/2 hp dust collector
    Other - Hitachi sliding miter saw
    Grizzly - Edge sander
    Other - Blum mini press
    Kreg - Foreman
    Delta - Drill Press
    Other - Vacuum Press from Vacuu pressing Systems
    Delta - 14" band saw with riser block

Viewer Comments:

Posted By: olcus     [12/12/2014]
You got some "elbow room" there hoss. My 300 lb butt could move around in there. I like it. I'm putting up a 40x60 pole structure here in the Ozark Hills of Missouri. Can't wait to move my shop into it. Have a good one.

Posted By: Larry     [07/31/2015]
Nicely arranged small shop.

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