Completed-Upholstery Frame Workshop- Conover, NC-November 13th, 2014
We held the Upholstery Furniture Workshop at the Conover Station Building in downtown Conover on Thursday, November 13th, 2014. We had in attendance uphostery industry participants from North Carolina, Tennessee, Georgia, Oregon and Canada. A total of eighty attendees spent the day discussing these topics: status of the lumber industry, status of the plywood industry, equipment for processing lumber, CNC panel equipment for making frames, CNC five-axis equipment for making frame parts, using OSB for frames, basics of 3-D modeling software, advanced 3-D modeling software and intregrating the design of frames, cushions, foam and fabric into one 3-D model.
Take this link for additional information about the 2014 Upholstery Frame Workshop. Assisting in this workshop was Catawba Valley Community College and CVCC’s Manufacturing Solutions Center. Take this link for additional information about the 2014 Upholstery Frame Workshop.
|Eddy Sipe speaking on the topic of the status of the plywood market for frames. Jack Skinner of Associated Hardwoods also spoke on this topic.||Everette Edwards discussing the use of OSB for making furniture frames.||Andrew Rudistill discussing the intregration into one design operation the tasks of designing the frame, foam, cushions and fabric.|