CWMDA Announces Woodworking Technology Day Machinery Show | Woodworking Network

2021-11-12 07:31:30 By : Mr. Emerson Fan

The Canadian Woodworking Machinery Distributors Association released information about some key equipment that will be exhibited during Woodworking Technology Day (WTD 2021).

The Toronto area showroom event was held from November 1st to November. 6.

According to CWMDA, the WTD 2021 Machinery Show will showcase a variety of equipment, including a machine demonstration that debuted in North America.

Highlights of the machinery exhibition include:

More detailed information and videos of these and other machines are available on the WTD 2021 mechanical display page of the CWMDA website.

In addition to mechanical demonstrations, educational courses will be held at Taurus Craco and Holz-Her, Weinig, Jowat and Microvellum. Several WTD 2021 sponsor companies will appear in different participating CWMDA member exhibition halls, including Planit, Leitz, Rams Industries, Royce/AYR, JJS/SIA, FS Tools and CNC Woodworking Master.

Click here to register for free events for any or all days.

Visit CWMDA's website for more information.

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Rich Christianson is the owner of Richson Media LLC, a communications company based in Chicago that focuses on the industrial woodworking industry. Rich is the former long-term editorial director and associate publisher of Woodworking Network. During his nearly 35-year career, Rich has visited more than 250 woodworking industries in North America, Europe and Asia, and has written numerous articles on woodworking technology, design and supply trends. He has also directed and promoted dozens of woodworking trade shows, conferences and seminars, including cabinet and closet conferences and expos, and Canada's largest woodworking exhibition, woodworking machinery and supply conferences and expos.

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