terns for the boards, then sends that
data to a saw using Ardis.
Healey said that a key to their success is the quality of their edgebanding. Windsor has six large Stefani
edgebanders, two with groovers, and
two with PUR glue capability when
five-piece doors are made. There are
four rear-loader beam saws in Lawrenceville, including two Gabbianis,
one Holzma and one Giben, plus one
There are also five CNC routers:
three Morbidellis, one Busellato and
one Weeke. Also, there are six Omal
dowel machines, two automated, and
four manual, and three CPC case
Windsor’s 90 kitchen and bath
employees are currently making 3,000
cabinets a week. Healey believes the
multifamily market should be strong
for the next year or two. The company
will have the capacity, by summer 2018,
to build 8,000 cabinets a week, and
Healey said there are several more big
machines on order to help process an
even higher volume by the end of 2018.
That’s a big commitment to the
frameless kitchen and bath cabinet
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All cabinet parts are machined on site; then the cabinet is assembled, wrapped and put
directly on a trailer. The current focus is on truckload quantity orders delivered direct to
distributors, 275 to 300 cabinets at a time sent to the project site.
There are four rear-loader beam saws in Lawrenceville, including two Gabbianis, one Holzma
and one Giben, plus one Gabbiani front-loader.