Completely redesigned Showroom

After much time and effort, we have completely updated our showroom. We have included many design items that are cutting edge and current with what is happening in the home building industry. We are also proud to showcase some of our favorite subcontractors  that help us bring the absolute best combinations of counters, finishes and alternate surfaces to our customers projects. You can see some great examples of the work of Kevin Potter Restorations. All the varied finishes in our showroom feature their workmanship. Baptista Tile and Marble have placed some of their fine samples of granite and composite surfaces to really complete our vision. Barnwood accents and live edge counters have been included to show the amazing variations that are waiting to be used in your next project.

 Please feel free to stop by to see what we have to offer, as always, we stand ready to assist you in bringing the highest quality products and services to your project.

I can guarantee  that you won't be dissapointed in the outcome, no matter the size, scope, or complexity of the project. We really do pride ourselves on being fearless in the pursuit of unique and interesting woodworking  challenges. ...... it's part of why  we we call ourselves Finer Cabinetry.

Steve Shank

Co Owner 

New website launched!

Today's the day of our new website launch.  Hopefully the site is better in all ways than the previous one.  Leave us a comment about what you think about the new website design.

CNC Composite Mold for aircraft

Although Finer is primarily focused on cabinets and furniture some equipment is so flexible it can be used for a jobs not necessarily expected from a cabinet shop.  Carbon fiber and Fiberglass manufacturing is generally limited to expensive tooling and long lead-times, however at Finer Cabinetry since our focus isn't on composite tooling we are able to provide services to other industries at reasonable costs and lead-times. Here is an example of a plug (the very start of composite part manufacturing).  This was machined from High Density Fiber board for stability and was intricately carved using our Komo router which can hold accuracy to +/- 0.005".  For comparison, a human hair is 0.004" thick.

This part will go on to have a sealer coat sprayed over the top and then highly polished to a mirror shine with 5-6 coats of wax.  After which, the epoxy impregnated fiberglass or carbon fiber will be laid over the top and vacuum-bagged to provide even, high pressure over the extents of the part while it cures at room temperature.  When done the part (mold) will be separated from the wooden plug so that the mold can be used to make production fiberglass or carbon fiber parts for the real aircraft.