Bella IMC unveils the Omal Lockdowel insertion machine for cabinetry at their Tech Tour May 18 and 19
Bella Innovative Modern Cabinetry invites industry professionals to demo the new Omal Lockdowel insertion machine at their Tech Tour and Open House May 18 and 19. The new machine drills and inserts glue-less, tool-less Lockdowel Eclips Fasteners with precision enabling 80% faster cabinet assembly, cheaper shipping and more productive floor space. The addition of the Omal Lockdowel insertion machine and Allmoxy design software personifies Bella IMC’s innovative and forward thinking brand.
Register for the free Bella IMC Tech Tour and Open House here:
“Using the Lockdowel assembly method will allow customers to assemble cabinets 80% faster than traditional RTA cabinets,” Bella IMC president, Chad Shelton says. “There is no glue to dry or screws to insert.”
Bella IMC’s new line can be ordered online in customized sizes to a 1/16” assembled or ready-to-assemble. Bella IMC will be selling wholesale to kitchen cabinet dealers, home improvement professionals, builders and cabinet/closet shops looking to outsource. Bella IMC clients may order the cabinet box only, individual door and drawer fronts, or a complete cabinet through the Allmoxy driven ordering page at: www.bellaimc.com
About Bella IMC
Prior to launching Bella IMC, Chadwick Industries was a custom woodwork manufacturing shop for both commercial and residential cabinetry and millwork. Bella IMC specializes in custom designed and one-off work from architects and contractors. Chadwick Industries has completed projects for many midwest hospitals, University of Notre Dame, W-Hotel in Austin, Venetian Hotel Las Vegas, as well as homes in the U.S. Virgin Islands. Chadwick Industries is a fully automated cabinetry facility with capabilities to complete several large projects simultaneously. Chadwick Industries - 2410 Main Street, Huntertown. IN, 260.338.2577 info@bellaIMC.com
This weekend Stiles Machinery, Inc. will welcome almost 200 manufacturing decision makers to the industry’s most forward thinking event of the year - the Executive Briefing Conference. Taking place Sunday, April 23rd through Tuesday, April 25th in Detroit, Michigan, the EBC delivers company leaders an innovative advantage for succeeding in today’s manufacturing landscape by inspiring them through knowledge, strategies and best practices from the industry’s top thought leaders and innovators. This year promises to be exceptional by tackling issues in workforce development, surviving in a digital world, economic forecasting for our industry and reinventing strategies to help leaders keep up with the fast-paced changes in business.
Taking place in Detroit, America’s great comeback city and the original manufacturing epicenter, attendees will be immersed in trends, technologies and opportunities to remain competitive and profitable. Expect thought provoking discussions from keynote speakers including New York Times best-selling author Josh Linkner, speaking on inspiring, disruptive innovation and Alan Beaulieu sharing his popular economic forecast and advice on managing current economic cycles and Jennifer McNelly addressing the skills gap and offering tools on how to overcome it. Plant tours through Ford’s River Rouge Complex, FANUC America and JB Cutting will give attendees a behind-the-scenes showcase of some of the most progressive manufacturing facilities. Case studies and seminars with industry peers and experts will discuss how to capitalize on data management, trends in automation and smart manufacturing providing strategic and practical information aimed at solving manufacturing challenges for the current and future shop.
This is the 14th year the Executive Briefing Conference has been bringing company leaders together for intentional inspiration on succeeding in today’s manufacturing landscape. This conference is pleased to welcome sponsors Blum, Siemens Corporation and Schuler Consulting to EBC 2017.
For additional information, or last minute registration please contact Christina Elsenbroek, Stiles Machinery, at 616.648-2135 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
About Stiles Machinery Inc.
For more than 50 years, Stiles has been helping manufacturers succeed. As the largest supplier of quality
machinery, Stiles provides a Total Production Solutions approach by also offering equipment integration, financial
services, education, service and parts. By having a wealth of solutions whether defined as people, products or
services, Stiles merges the best thinking and the best ideas into a solution that works best for their customers.
Headquartered in Grand Rapids, Mich., Stiles has regional offices in High Point, North Carolina; Bristol, PA;
Coppell, Texas; and Rancho Cucamonga, California. Stiles is a proud member of the HOMAG Group, a global
leader in the production of industrial machines for manufacturing.
Visit Stiles at www.stilesmachinery.com.
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