Woodworking

January 24, 2019

Tenso Case Study: Northland Woodworks

Lamello’s 2017 contest for real-world Zeta P2 uses spurred a robust response and many pleasant surprises. “There are many standard applications the product was designed for, but the system is so innovative when creative people get ahold of it they come up with applications that the manufacturer hadn’t thought of,” said Chris Hofmann, Lamello’s eastern U.S. product manager.
November 30, 2018

Clamex Case Study: Camp Good Days

Lamello’s 2017 contest for real-world Zeta P2 uses spurred a robust response and many pleasant surprises. “There are many standard applications the product was designed for, but the system is so innovative when creative people get ahold of it they come up with applications that the manufacturer hadn’t thought of,” said Chris Hofmann, Lamello’s eastern U.S. product manager.
August 31, 2018

Lamello Zeta P2: Klevr Case Study

Lamello’s 2017 contest for real-world Zeta P2 uses spurred a robust response and many pleasant surprises. “There are many standard applications the product was designed for, but the system is so innovative when creative people get ahold of it they come up with applications that the manufacturer hadn’t thought of,” said Chris Hofmann, Lamello’s eastern U.S. product manager.
August 31, 2018

Lamello 2018 Travelogue

Last spring Lamello and Colonial Saw issued the Lamello Dealer Challenge, an unprecedented contest to grow Lamello and the Zeta P2 markets in the United States and reward top-selling dealers. The prize: an all-expense paid trip to Switzerland to tour the Lamello factory, participate in hands-on demonstrations and enjoy Switzerland’s natural beauty.
August 31, 2018

Lamello History

Woodworkers have an innate professional curiosity, always looking for a better method, a better end result. Hermann Steiner was no different as he wrestled with the process of joining chip board panels, an interesting new material for cabinetmakers in the early fifties. Bedridden with a winter fever, he concentrated on the problem until a solution came to him as he stared at his shutters: cut small opposing grooves into the panels that wouldn’t weaken the chip board and connect them using small wooden biscuits. Simple, yet game-changing.