Working with Wood 14th Annual show
Working with Wood will stage this year’s 14th annual show in association with the East Rand Woodworking Ass on 8 September 2018.
Known as the Working with Wood East Rand Woodworking Fair, the event will host leading suppliers of woodworking equipment and feature and demonstrate the latest unique innovative technically advanced tools and accessories available in the country.
The Working with Wood team will have top international brands on display at the fair, many of which will be professionally demonstrated. Leading international brands such as Tork Craft, Festool, Bessey, Kreg, Triton, Pro-Tech, Felo, Alpen, MPS, Spring Tools, Drill Doctor, Armor, and the latest revolutionary circular saw from Saw Stop USA, will be on display.
“The show stopping Saw Stop is always one of the highlights on shows, this revolutionary new saw is really something else,” said Greg De Villiers, Vermont Sales. “There will also be a host of other demonstrations, of most of the new tools and equipment, plus we will have a sales team on hand to assist all visitors on the new products. “The latest Festool’s range will also be on show, along with an exclusive show special. Buy any Festool power tool and a dust extractor and you get a free designer factory/workshop Festool radio. All the other leading international brands will also be on display and visitors will experience all the new technology and sheer brilliance in the latest wood working tools,” said De Villiers.
The Working with Wood show will cover the complete spectrum of tools and solutions for the woodworking industry the trade, professionals, hobbyists and all DIY’ers. Organisers will also host several of the ERWA members products in the main exhibition hall, with some amazing items on show, sculpted by years of experience, special techniques, new tricks of the trade, great artistry, and special skills, all will be shared with the visitors at the show.
“If you are looking for a hobby or if you are DIY like-minded or maybe you’re interested in earning additional income from your hobby or would like to spend quality time with the family then look no further and diarise this date,” said Les Sales. “Come along and be creative and learn to enjoy the art of working with wood, view the latest new tools, and have the opportunity to meet the right people who will show you how it’s all done, this is the ideal time to do it all,” said Sales
The organisers and suppliers will have fun activities for the kids and family such as to learn to build something from wood, so be sure to bring them all along. Demonstrations will feature CNC cutting, routing, and turning. Numerous items from the (ERWA) members will also be for sale on the day and some of the latest equipment will be available to buy at special prices, so don’t miss out. Food and Drinks will be available by the organisers at the show.