inserter was bought from a shop that had closed in
Joplin (a familiar acquisition strategy for Wehner).
A Weinig Profimat 23 was from a different shop
that had closed, so they can make their own mouldings. A panel saw and Hess case clamp are also here.
Hardwood is cut and machined to make frame parts
for cabinet doors and face frames. An older widebelt
sander has been fitted with a wire brush to make a
The local preference used to be for contractors
was to take fully assembled cabinets, install them and
then finish them on site.
Finishing is growing in importance for the company, and they have a wide range of capabilities and
a large finishing area. They are now finishing about
60 percent of work. A recent visit showed appearances
ranging from high-gloss polyurethane finishes to distressed, using a chisel, worm hole and bird pecking
effect. “We’re not stuck on one style,” Wehner said. ;
• Sanding Tables
• Sanding Booths
• Inspection Lighting
Sanding Tables, Sanding B ooths, & I nspection L ig hting
This display was fabricated for Hafele’s booth at the
Cabinets & Closets Conference & Expo 2017, and will be
displayed in the company’s showroom.