Hiland Wood’s Component & Casket Making Capabilities

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Hiland Wood Products began in 1970 to help supply mouldings, millwork and components for cabinetry sister firm Schrock's of Walnut Creek [since 1918] as well as other area makers. Another market is casket production.

Business has been good for the firms and manufacturing space, currently at approximately 130,000 square feet combined, looks to grow.

Lean Manufacturing

Plans call to expand the lumber staging area for more efficient operation and to handle the increased demand for small orders.

The Walnut Creek, OH-based plant's capabilities include: rough mill; panel layup; moulding; door, drawer and cabinet production, finishing and pre-installation.

Raimann ripsaws work in conjunction with a ControlLogix scanner for optimizing defects and detection. Grecon Dimter cutoff saws also are used.

A Cameron Automation OptiMatch system is used for high

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