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.
“We’re very excited to reach this milestone,” said Chris Hofmann, the Eastern U.S. Lamello Product Manager. “It means that woodworkers of all types are taking advantage of the P System for stronger, invisible joints, and using the Zeta to cut the precision slots the P System requires.”
The Lamello P System is a revolutionary way of creating challenging clamping assemblies such as mitered or beveled edges. The Zeta tool is an easy and accurate way to process slots for the P System connector series.
One benefit to the Zeta is it can be used either as a hand tool or used in a hybrid combination with industrial CNC routers, serving a wide range of industries. Thousands of woodworking and architectural companies, cabinet makers, exhibit/trade show display companies and boat builders are benefiting from the P System and Zeta tool integration. It enables them to flat pack product for easy RTA assembly and dramatically cut shipping costs.
The P System was invented by the pioneering wood joining company Lamello AG. Colonial Saw, Inc., is the exclusive U.S. importer for Lamello.
More information can be found at http://www.csaw.com/lamello/p-system/
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