Ever wondered how our pegboards are made?
Well, the first step is to cut the holes into the plywood and cut them to the right size. This all happens in Uxbridge at our trusted cnc workshop CUTcnc. Cnc stands for "computer numerical control", which means that the cutter is controlled through a digital file.
We have been visiting them recently to see their improved and enlarged workshop.
Short video of the cutter cutting out the holes in white faced birch plywood
Large warehouse with various cnc cutters
Latest technology cnc cutter
David checking the cutting process
Oven that burns the wood chips from the cnc cutting machines.
Curated by Creative Clerkenwell
Moments, mementos and memories. What makes a good London design souvenir? What are the elements of a creative London life? Creative Clerkenwell heads east with a pop–up shop and installation featuring favourite souvenirs designed and made in London, plus small-space solutions and bespoke pegboard shop-fittings by Kreisdesign.
Others exhibitors include: Sato Hisao, Monokraum, Maiko Dawson, I AM A pencil bar, Line Dot Studio, Oxx Jewellery, Product of Your Environment
Location: 13 Calvert Avenue, E2 7JP
Dates: 20th-25th September 2016
General opening hours: Tues-Sat 11am-6pm | Sun 11am-5pm
Late night opening hours: Tue 20th September until 8pm
We exhibited for the first time at the international furniture and design show Maison & Object in Paris this year.
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We showed our plywood accessories for the first time at Made in Clerkenwell in May 2015. See some impressions here.