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Bill Cileo
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nesting opperation

Postby Bill Cileo » Fri, Apr 07 2006, 6:29PM

:?: I am shopping for a router and software, I have looked at pretty much
everything out there and have some questions about processing with thermwood.
I have a 10,000ft shop 5 men 70% commercial 30% residential all frameless const. We also have a nitch in wood storefronts
would like to talk to someone out there that is using thermwood for processing,nesting imparticular

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Postby DanEpps » Fri, Apr 07 2006, 7:21PM

Bill

Two members that come to mind quickly are David Hall (you may have seen the article about him in CabinetMaker magazine) and Forrest Chapman. Both have websites where you can see some of their work.

You can find their websites by looking for their names in the member list and clicking on the link button. You can also send them email or private messages from there.

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Postby Brian Shannon » Fri, Apr 07 2006, 10:12PM

Bill,


After nesting with a router, you may become a 3 man shop.

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Postby Bill Cileo » Fri, Apr 07 2006, 10:45PM

Thanks Dan I will check it out

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Postby Bill Rutherford » Sat, Apr 08 2006, 5:38AM

Bill,
You are welcome to give me a call at 603-788-5532 with any questions you may have.

Bill Rutherford


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