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Sterling Surfaces hosted the New England Board of Directors and chapter of the AWI for a tour of Sterling Surfaces fabrication facility on 9/23/09. The purpose was to connect with AWI millwork shops ...

Sterling Surfaces hosted the New England Board of Directors and chapter of the AWI for a tour of Sterling Surfaces fabrication facility on 9/23/09. The purpose was to connect with AWI millwork shops in the New England and highlight the many opportunities there are to work with Solid Surface.

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    AWI Shop Tour AWI Shop Tour Document Transcript

    • For more information contact Sterling Surfaces Jon Olson Communications Director jon@sterlingsurfaces.com 978-422-3321 x 237 For Immediate Release Sterling Surface hosts NEAWI Shop Tour (New England-Architectural Woodwork Institute) Sterling, MA. Sterling Surfaces hosted the New England Board of Directors and chapter of the AWI for a tour of Sterling Surfaces fabrication facility on 9/23/09. The purpose was to connect with AWI millwork shops in the New England and highlight the many opportunities there are to work with Solid Surface. Over 60 attendees representing many millworks shops where in attendance. Attendees included students from the New England Architectural Woodworking School. Live demonstrations on the use of Advanced CNC programming technology, CNC routers, and 3D Thermoforming particularly focused attention on applications that move solid surface past just a flat surface and into an almost infinite shaping medium. An architectural based seminar entitled ““Cutting Edge Solid Surface Millwork; How Outsource Fabricators support the Architectural Millworker” was given by Grant Garcia of Sterling Surfaces, as well as presentations by Atlantic Plywood, SL Laser and E Template Systems. Sponsoring the event was Atlantic Plywood and LG Surfaces Shop tour pictures are available for viewing on the Facebook Sterling Surfaces Fan page. More information about Sterling Surfaces can be found at www.sterlingsurfaces.com . Or contact Jon Olson at jon@sterlingsurfaces.com 978-422-3321 x 237