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Roy Banse designed these decorative wood panels to help spice up a commercial office space. After putting them through Sketchup, finding the right material and then laminating them we were able to cut each piece thoroughly through the CNC.
This is a sneak peek into a fabrication process of some audio equipment cabinetry JDMcNicoll is completing for a client. The cabinetry was custom designed to fit the credentials of the client as well as an equipment specialist. Inside the cabinet is a black melamine finish, on the outsde a Wenge finish and perforated all…
This custom credenza was designed by David Nosella Design. It was firs 3D detailed in SketchUp (based on conceptual 2D drawings done by David), then cut on our Thermwood router and finally painted and assembled by our carpenters.
Redesigning a kitchen can be such a daunting task that is often overwhelming. What materials should I use? What kind of cabinets do I want? Which colours should I choose? JDMcNicoll will help answer all of your questions! Our computer generated designs and high-tech manufacturing combined with old world craftsmanship is exactly how we pass on…
This custom made desk was a part of a commercial mill-work package made for a well-recognized New-York children’s charity. This beautifully designed reception desk features a built in fish tank. Have a look.
Job Advertisement Title: Shop Foreman Terms of Employment: Permanent, Full Time, Day Salary: $45,000-50,000 a year. for 40 hours per week Anticipated Start Date: As soon as possible Location: Toronto, Ontario (1 vacancy) Skill Requirements: Education: Completion of high school, College/CEGEP/vocational or technical training Credentials (certificates, licences, memberships, courses, etc.): Experience: 15 years or more…