Cabinet Concepts by Design has expanded capabili-
ties, from having no finishing to wide range of finish-
ing, LED lighting, and panel processing to enter the
closet market The company has expanded cautiously
and deliberately, adding new capabilities when
needed and equipment from other shops that closed.
Cabinet Concepts has “tiptoed” into technology,
originally using a small point-to-point with a panel
saw. “We saw the capabilities, but we wanted to merge
the two technologies into one, save the footprint, and
to have one tool instead of two,” Wehner said.
That led to an Omnitech Selexx Chief CNC router, which upgraded the shop’s capability, and represented what Wehner called a turning point. Cabinet
Vision creates the code and the cut sheets here.
A Cehisa Pro- 12 edgebander has been another key
piece of equipment that has changed the company’s
capabilities. It is being used to edgeband components for closets and is also fairly new.
A new Viet three-head sander was added recently,
also a Timesavers sander. A new Gannomat dowel
Bookcases and hidden storage are an option for customers.