Working With Wood Show

It’s showtime again for all woodworkers with Working with Wood at Pietermaritzburg Kwa Zulu Natal Show - 7 - 9 September 2018.


This year the ever popular Working with Wood Show will be staged at the famous Royal Show Grounds in Pietermaritzburg from the 7 - 9 September and is held in conjunction with The Witness Garden Show. The Working with Wood team have planned a much larger brand and product display many new products that will be launched at the show, plus an exciting line up of demonstrations and workshops.





“This year’s Working with Wood show will feature some of the latest innovative and technically advanced tools and equipment in the country today. Top international brands will be on show with their latest products," said Greg de Villiers Sales, Manager Vermont Sales. “We will be displaying some exciting new products and a selection of products have been upgraded," said de Villiers.

The famous Festool brand will have the new Domino joining system - a 'must have' for all woodworkers. You can also see the new Kapex KS 60 Sliding Compound Miter Saw that takes Miter sawing to a whole new level. Also, on display is the full range of professional Festool auto dust collectors.

Kreg have also introduced many new products and one particularly outstanding unit is the new Mobile Project Centre with a huge number of features. It provides a portable workspace that can be used for a wide variety of project tasks. In one mode, it’s a sturdy sawhorse that’s great for supporting long boards as you cut. Flip the large tables into position and this product offers the features you’d expect to find in a high-end stationary workbench.

The Working With Wood Show highlights major suppliers and includes exhibitions of the latest equipment, systems, and specialist tools with demonstrations on techniques such as airbrushing and specialised turning. The normal show stopper is the latest model circular saw from Saw Stop, with its built-in safety system triggers that automatically shut down the saw within 5 milliseconds should the blade contact the human skin.

For more information contact Working with Wood on e-mail or visit their website



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