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Finish Tech Exhibits at Largest Woodworking Fair!

Finish Tech was proud to be a part of the 2016 International Woodworking Fair (IWF) last week. IWF 2016 took place August 24 – 27, 2016 at the Georgia World Congress Center in Atlanta. The IWF is considered one of the top woodworking trade shows in the world for the furniture manufacturing and architectural woodwork, as well as custom and general woodworking industries.

 

The companies exhibiting their products in this event was comprised of manufacturers, suppliers and retailers from the wood, plastic and other related material processing industries and service providers. A variety of suppliers were on hand including those specializing in wood veneers, woodworking machinery, material processing tools, laminates, adhesives suppliers, decorative hardware suppliers and flooring suppliers

 

Finish Tech was excited to debut our new trade show booth that was designed by Steve Elliott, Graphic Designer and Dan Griffin, Marketing Manager. The new design attracted many new customers and sparked interesting conversations about the products and services FTC offers to the industry. Special interests included our decorative polyester woodgrain and metallic laminates as well as our pre-applied glue and peel coat services on vinyl’s. An overwhelming amount of attendees and exhibitors alike were interested in our Everase Dry Erase product line including our newest ClearFilms and Re-Stic product lines.

IWF experienced double digit growth in attendance, exhibit space and the number of exhibitors. Over 200 new companies exhibited along with over 700 returning exhibitors and hundreds of new products that were showcased.

Posted 9/2/16 by Dan Griffin

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Finish Tech steps into the National Spotlight during the DNC in Philadelphia!

Finish Tech had the amazing opportunity to supply a flexible white vinyl with a semi-permanent adhesive that was used for the mile long mural in Philadelphia called 14 Movements: A Symphony in Color and Words. The vinyl was painted on by various artists in the Philadelphia area, cut into smaller strips and applied to the concrete median along Broad Street as part of the Mural Arts program for the Democratic National Convention in July.

Mat Tomezsko, a Tyler School of At of Temple University Grad was the artist behind the making of this fantastic piece of artwork. Running down the center of South Broad Street, along its median this piece of art is a brightly colored, mile-long temporary mural that serves as a vibrant gateway between City Hall and South Philadelphia during the Democratic National Convention!

Finish Tech is proud to have partnered with the Philadelphia Mural Arts program to make this beautiful piece of art in our own city!

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Posted 8/8/16 by Dan Griffin

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