Colonial Saw, Inc., U.S. distributor of market-leading Striebig vertical panel saws, recently announced a new model coming to the U.S. market in 2018. The new Striebig Standard S model adds another level to their universal vertical sawing technology with integrated new elements and retained proven benefits. Chief among them, the Standard S will incorporate scoring as a standard feature and sport a sleek new operator control panel.
You could say the pieces are in place at the MiLL National Training Center.
The shop floor is filled with equipment and signs to recognize the many industry partners. Machines include a Weeke CNC router, Stiles edgebander, Timesavers sander, Altendorf table saw, SCM case clamp, Striebig panel saw, JLT clamping systems, eight TigerStops, many Kreg products, Bessey clamps and Rikon machinery.
Lamello USA, a division of Colonial Saw, recently celebrated the sale of the one thousandth Lamello Zeta P2, a precision tool to cut the full range of slots for the P System connector series. The 1000th U.S. purchase of the revolutionary tool was made by Weber’s Cabinet and Fixture Company in Reno, Nevada
At the 2017 Woodworking Industry Conference (WIC) in Rancho Mirage, CA, members of the Woodworking Machinery Industry Association (WMIA) elected a new slate of officers to lead the Association for the next two years. David Rakauskas, executive vice president of Colonial Saw Company, Inc., Kingston, MA, was elected WMIA’s new Chairman of the Board at the Association’s Annual Business Meeting on Wednesday, April 26.
Tuesday, May 16 will see the widely anticipated worldwide debut of Cabineo, an innovative and time-saving one-piece RTA cabinet connector. Cabineo was developed by Lamello AG of Bubendorf, Switzerland, the pioneering wood joining company. Colonial Saw is the exclusive U.S. importer for Lamello and will be showcasing Cabineo in the U.S. at AWFS, woodworking's largest tradeshow of the year in Las Vegas.