March 29, 2023

Woodworking businesses need a good industrial supply partner

Woodworking businesses, such as furniture makers, cabinetry workers, mill shops, and more, require a wide range of tools, materials, and equipment to produce high-quality products effectively and efficiently. A good industrial supply partner can provide woodworking businesses with the necessary components to support their operations. But more than that, a great partner can recommend processes and products that make your wood projects stand out.

Industrial supplies for woodworking

Woodworking can be a complex process that requires a variety of tools and materials, such as saws, sanders, clamps, and glues. These tools and materials must be of high quality to produce an equally high-quality finished product. Without access to these quality tools and materials, woodworking projects may result in poor craftsmanship. Or, perhaps the end result is beautiful, but the process was inefficient – taking longer than expected blowing through budgets and deadlines.

A good industrial supply partner can provide not just recommendations on tools and materials, but help woodworking businesses stay up-to-date with new trends and techniques. They can provide training as well as process suggestions that make fantastic products that reduce time and costs.

Coating and finishing systems

Coating and finishing systems are essential in woodworking because they protect the wood from moisture, heat, and wear and tear, and enhance the wood’s natural beauty. Good coating and finishing equipment can give wood a longer life and make it more appealing to customers with the right spray. Good industrial supply partners can provide various coating and finishing systems to make wood products stand out, showing off high-quality work while also making coating and finishing faster and easier. The right vendors also provide spray systems that are more comfortable to use.

But, it’s more than just having the right products in place. Industrial supply partners can also provide technical expertise to help woodworking businesses. They can recommend a process and products based on the type of wood, the application method, and the desired finish. Moreover, industrial supply partners can provide training and support to ensure that woodworking businesses use the coating and finishing systems correctly and achieve the desired results.

Compressed air solutions

Compressed air is a critical component in woodworking because it powers pneumatic tools and equipment, such as nail guns, staplers, sanders, and sprayers. The quality of the compressed air is essential to the performance and durability of this equipment.

Industrial supply partners can provide compressed air solutions that meet your specific needs by recommending the right compressor size, air dryer, and filtration system to ensure that the compressed air is clean, dry, and free of contaminants. They can also discuss which compressor is better value for your work as some compressors (like those made in China or Poland for example) tend to break down frequently. Replacing these cheaply-made compressors can be costly and time-consuming. Furthermore, industrial supply partners can provide maintenance and repair services to keep the compressed air system running efficiently and prevent costly downtime.

Elevated in your industrial partner

The right industrial partners care just as much about your woodworking business as you do. Of course, they should be providing industrial supplies, coating and finishing systems, and compressed air solutions. But they should also take the time to understand what you’re doing so they can recommend the best products for your process or provide ideas about improving it. Your partner should be an extension of your team, helping you produce quality products efficiently and effectively, meeting your customers’ expectations, and assisting in growing your business.

That’s Elevated.

Tami Matthews
Author: Tami Matthews
Tami Matthews is the Director of Marketing at Elevated Industrial Solutions. She’s spent 20+ years in marketing, focusing on writing, public relations, digital marketing, and content marketing. Before coming to Elevated in December 2020, she worked for a number of high-tech companies. Writing is one of her favorite pastimes. In her spare time, she volunteers for a number of causes including the Kunsmiller Creative Arts Academy working on the PTO. She also hikes with her husband and begrudging daughter.
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