How are wooden steering wheels made?

Wooden steering wheel

Wooden steering wheel

Have you ever thought (even a little bit) about car interiors, how are they designed, and how are particular aspects of the interior crafted?

ALYTUS, LITHUANIA, September 30, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — Have you ever thought (even a little bit) about car interiors, how are they designed, and how are particular aspects of the interior crafted? If so, you should’ve likely stopped and thought about steering wheels in particular. Nowadays, the steering wheel is the main control panel of the vehicle. Besides being just the driving tool, the modern-day steering wheel is full of buttons, screens even and various knobs that help control pretty much every aspect of the vehicle. However, let’s look at a more classy and elegant option – a wooden steering wheel for car and see how it is made! It doesn't matter for what kind of car do you need a wooden steering wheel, BMW, Mercedes, Lexus wooden steering wheel or other — these are the steps how steering wheels are made.

The initial phases

It all begins with the production or the selection of a right metal frame. It is sort of the core or the base element of every steering wheel, whether it be wooden, plastic, vinyl or made from anything else. Wood is just the decorative, surface element. You can either order a steering wheel metal carcass or take one from an old steering wheel by exposing it. So, if we are talking about the manufacture of wooden steering wheels, the producer takes a custom-made metal carcass and begins working on it.

Then manufacturers take a large wooden panel and cut out a circle with the exact same measurements as the steering wheel. The outer diameter is cut with the inclusion for additional elements like spokes or anything else.

Process and finishing touches

After the circle (outer and others) are cut, manufacturers move on to applying ornaments, details and accents. In this phase, the steering wheel is shaped, smoothened out (by sanding) and other similar tasks are completed. Usually, wooden wheels are aimed at retro cars and rarely come with any electrical outlets, especially in the outer parts of the wooden rim.

Now that the metal rim and the wooden finish are both ready to go, the manufacturer clamps them together. After attaching, they are glued together and become almost inseparable. After a while of cooling off, the extremely-sturdy and strong steering wheel carcass can be labelled as ‘produced’.

The final phase consists of decoration and artistic finishing touches. Everything in this phase depends on the choices a customer or the factory decides to make. Possibilities are almost limitless, and thus customers are in constant demand for high-quality wooden steering wheels with unique, personalised trim.

The best pros in the business

Making a wooden steering wheel by yourself is possible, but it is definitely not advisable. Aesthetics and practicality will never come close to the works of professionals, and safety can become a huge concern. Besides, high-level professionals can make even your wildest fantasies come true. They are not limited by a lack of experience, low-grade tools or a shortage of crafting materials.

If you want a high-grade, top of the range custom made steering wheel from wood; you should definitely check out custom steering wheel manufacturers woodensteeringwheels.com. They are one of the most experienced and reputable names in the business with satisfied customers from all over the world. As a family business, they have the know-how of woodworking that spans generations and can help anyone boost individuality and excitement of everyday driving. All thanks to a custom wooden steering wheel!

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Properties of an excellent wooden steering wheel

Wooden steering wheel

Wooden steering wheel

ALYTUS, LITHUANIA, September 30, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — If you enjoy driving or if you want to become a better driver, you probably know that handling is the most crucial aspect of driving. And proper driving experiences are heavily tied to steering response and in turn, the quality of a steering wheel. How comfortable, how fast or how good you drive cannot be separated from how good your steering wheel is. Formula 1 drivers are considered the best in the world, and their steering wheels alone cost more than fifty thousand dollars. So, it is about time to find out what makes a good steering wheel!

Personalisation

First and foremost, you have to know that every driver is different, and everyone has a unique driving style. The tools and devices inside the car must fit the driver so he or she can do the absolute best when driving. The steering wheel has to be pleasant to touch, of a nice circumference, width, size and made from materials that will not slip from your hand. This is why manufacturers usually offer different steering wheel types in their model range.

This is also why service providers like https://www.woodensteeringwheels.com/ have massive success. They know that many car owners are not satisfied with their steering wheel put in by the manufacturer, and can make a custom one for anyone. They can make your dream steering wheel or customise a classic unit to better suit your needs.

Functionality

A good steering wheel must be functional. That is especially vital when you consider driving performance and driving comfort. BMW M car steering wheels have the famous ‘M’ buttons which are like shortcuts to a desired, pre-configured driving mode. A press of a single button can change the entire experience of driving a car in an instant.

Furthermore, you can have paddle shifters for quicker gear changes, driving mode adjustment knobs and other performance-related options on a great steering wheel.

On the other hand, if you are seeking comfort, a steering wheel should offer buttons for adjusting and configuring pretty much every other option in your menu or infotainment system. From things like volume and phone controls, all the way to satellite navigation, cruise control or any other function – all can and should be accessible thanks to a great steering wheel.

Technical aspects

The driver cannot change some things. Change them too much at least.

For the most part, a steering wheel is pre-calibrated and set up by the manufacturer when it leaves the car plant. It behaves a certain way and a certain amount of steering wheel turning results in a particular amount of car wheel turning. It is a really overly complicated way of saying that a steering wheel is only a part of a steering system inside the car. If the steering system is poorly maintained or just not built with your preferences in mind, the steering wheel is in any way the solely responsible component for lack or excess of steering directness.

For example, an F1 steering wheel can never help comfy limo drivers. In contrast, a large, single-spoke steering wheel of the 1950s land yachts will prevent a Lamborghini crossing the Nordschleife in under 10 minutes.

Aesthetics

Aesthetics also matter. An excellent steering wheel will always be a looker. Of course, you have rare exceptions, but in the general sense, great steering wheels appeal to the eye as well. Seldom will you find an outstandingly agile, but poor-looking steering wheel or vice versa. It is, however, entirely subjective.

Durability

When buying a used car, people always tend to look at and analyse the state of the steering wheel. It is a primary indicator of the true wear&tear of the vehicle. So, if you want a good steering wheel, you should consider its durability because a scuffed, broken, poorly put together or in any other way lacklustre steering wheel will never bring any driving pleasure.

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Embracing Change for Dynamic Growth with Frank Bucher, COO of Formaspace

embracing change for dynamic growth

Frank Bucher joins Sid Meadows in The Trend Report podcast to discuss how Formaspace has transitioned their business to thrive despite the turn in the economy.

We’re really good at translating the clients’ needs into a custom solution that will fit their business. ”

— Frank Bucher

AUSTIN, TEXAS, UNITED STATES, September 29, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — There isn’t an industry on the planet that hasn’t been hit by the pandemic, but there are many businesses that are now thriving despite the turn in the economy. Why have some businesses flourished while others have floundered?

Frank Bucher, COO at Formaspace, joins Sid Meadows in his The Trend Report podcast to discuss how Formaspace has transitioned their business to have better reaction times and amazing customer service, allowing them to thrive in this time.

What sets Formaspace apart from other companies just like them?

Sid: Hey there. Welcome to today’s Trend Report Podcast. I’m glad you are joining us for what is going to be another great conversation with an industry leader, and I’m happy to welcome Frank Bucher with Formaspace to the podcast today. Hey Frank, how are you?

Frank Bucher: Great, thanks for having me Sid, how are you today?

Sid: Great. Thank you sir. First, I think we’ll start this conversation off with a big congratulations to you and your big promotion to the chief operating officer at Formaspace. That’s great.

Frank Bucher: Appreciate it.

Sid: Frank, tell us a little bit about your journey, who you are, and what is Formaspace, what do you guys do?

Frank Bucher: I’ve been in the business since 95, which feels like a lifetime ago. I started out in a dealer to sales capacity and then migrated my way over to the manufacturing sides, a balance of my career seven or eight years with Teknion, and then over to H&I, in various roles. Then, you and I had the pleasure of working together at AIS for a small time. After that, I was over at Baker manufacturing for about three years. My last stop before Formaspace was with BKM in Texas, helping out to run the Steelcase sales and marketing piece of the dealership. And then, I’ve been with Formaspace for a little over three years. Started out just in sales and marketing, but then in July, I’ve taken over a more expanded role where I’m running a lot of the business. So it’s been great, we have two different sides of our business. One is lab and industrial furniture, and that’s sort of our historic business, our heritage business, if you will. And the other side, which is very emerging, is custom office furniture.

Sid: So you’ve had a great journey learning a lot about our industry, and in a variety of different roles. And then you landed in a lab manufacturer, industrial products. And if I’m not mistaken, weren’t you kind of the catalyst for them to get into the custom office?

Frank Bucher: Yeah, it’s a good question. Jeff Turk, the owner, had really kind of done business with a bunch of dealers, especially out West. One Workplace was a real big dealer for us. And they were really the ones who were telling us that the industrial benches and lab furniture that we’re selling is really popular on the office side of the fence. A lot of architects, designers love that sort of industrial look and they have coined it industrial steam punk to begin with because it did have that really cool, fun look to it. So we had dipped our toe into it. I was brought on board right before NeoCon three years ago. My charge was to get independent reps on board and develop and build out that strategy. So they had the momentum, and I was the guy to get on, right as the wave was starting to crest, and really help us lean into and leverage what we were doing on that side of the fence.

Sid: Great. So obviously, as we all know right now, things are a little bit crazy in the world. Some people are emerging out of the COVID shut down, some are not. Tell me what it’s been like for you guys during the last six months.

Frank Bucher: It’s been a lot of uncertainty for everyone. I know we’ve been very fortunate, very blessed with both sides of our business being so radically different. On the lab and industrial side, we’ve seen that labs are shutting down. In fact, they’re going the opposite way. A lot of life scientists have to continue working. We’ve seen a lot of people on the educational side of the fence that have taken this opportunity to redo labs that they’ve been wanting to do for years. And they just couldn’t, because students were continually coming, cycling through. Then on the office side we’ve been pretty successful because people know that we’re a custom manufacturer and there’s a lot of uncertainty right now and they don’t know what they want and they know that we’re good at that. We’re really good at translating the clients’ needs into a custom solution that will fit their business. Through August 30, first of this year, we’ve booked more business than we did all of 2019. So we’re up double digits year over year. And we’re very fortunate to have great dealer partners, great end customers, really good raving fans in the architectural and design community as well.

Sid: You guys should be congratulated for that. Your sales are up. And even before the year’s over, you’ve exceeded last year sales, which is fantastic because there’s not a lot of people that can say that and we all read their reports. We all see the news that comes out about the decline in sales. Frank, what do you really attribute that growth to? What was it that really got you there?

Frank Bucher: That’s a great question because I get that a fair amount and I would tell you, we’re very fortunate. Number one, because the way our business model is set up, like I said before, we have two different sides of our business. So that certainly helps, when one side might be down a little bit, the other side certainly is keeping a pace, but we’re fortunate, both sides were surging. We are really a company that’s geared to talk to customers about solutions. We’re not really a standard product company. We have some standard products, but really people look at our standard products and say, okay, I get it. I get what you can do. Now, what I really want is this, I really want you to make this. I want you to make it a little bit bigger. I want you to brand this. So we’re very fortunate that people in this environment now have really come to us and really embraced the materials that we use.

We recognized early on that sneeze guards were going to be a really high demand item. And so we’ve been working with acrylic, we’ve been working with PETG, we’ve been working with HDPE, a lot of different types of materials. I think that gave a lot of our customers a lot of comfort.

The other effect that we didn’t realize was that now this opened up the door to people who had never had an experience with Formaspace. They didn’t know what we could do, or the customization ability of our products, or how we would really embrace what they wanted and give them something that’s a deliverable product in a much sooner timeframe than most of our competition. So now what we’re starting to see is our dealer partners are coming to us for other things that we hadn’t even considered because they’ve had a good buying experience and we’ve really been able to custom tailor things.

The other piece of it too, is the way our business is structured. We have an engineering and industrial design team in house, so we don’t have to outsource those functions. I can really line our business model and line our functions up so that when a customer says, hey, this is what I want – we can take that, translate it and get them some drawings fairly quickly so that they can sign off and have a reasonable facsimile of what it would look like. And then get an order in a quicker fashion than you typically would with custom products.

Sid: So there’s several things you said that I think are really interesting. First off, you said diversity is key. And that really helped you grow – being diversified, working in multiple vertical markets.

Frank Bucher: Absolutely. One great example of that was General Motors. General Motors called us and they came to us when they had a partnership with Ventech to start building ventilators and their Kokomo, Indiana facility that we’re going to repurpose. They needed lab benches and they needed them quickly. So we were able to take our entire production schedule and we worked pretty diligently to make sure that we could make room for General Motors. We started shipping about a day after they called us. I think it was basically a day or two business days to get everything set. We started shipping full truckloads for close to 30 days to fulfill this order for them. Being diversified and working on that side of the fence allowed us to be essential and keep our factory open and still to serve as a lot of customers on the office side. So having that diversity and that balance was huge for us on a lot of levels.

Sid: That’s great. And Frank, did I hear you say correctly, you started shipping products to General Motors within days of them calling you?

Frank Bucher: Yeah, they reached us on a Sunday night, and I have to give kudos.

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Career Cabinet Maker Credits Global Cabinet Supply Components as a Cut Above

Jim Russell, owner of James Russell Co. near San Francisco, only uses Global Cabinet Supply for all his cabinet components. GCS components are cut precisely and slide-to-lock together perfectly without any hardware showing.

Jim Russell, owner of James Russell Co. near San Francisco, only uses Global Cabinet Supply for all his cabinet components. GCS components are cut precisely and slide-to-lock together perfectly without any hardware showing.

Global Cabinet Supply slide-to-lock components give James Russell Co. a competitive advantage

Assembly takes about a third of the time using GCS components. I learned this slide-to-lock method was absolutely WI certified and works perfectly for commercial cabinets.”

— Jim Russell, James Russell Co., Owner

SAN RAFAEL, CALIFORNIA, USA, September 29, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — Jim Russell completes one commercial project a month, with up to 50 new cabinets at each job. He works with four contractors that keep him busy supplying commercial cabinets in a 20 mile radius of his shop close to San Francisco.

Working with cabinet components from many suppliers over a 30 year span, he now uses only components supplied from Global Cabinet Supply (GCS). The founders of the Hayward, California company, Bryan Koelling and Daniel Savage, co-invented the slide-to-lock, hidden Lockdowel fastener method in 2015, and started GCS three years later.

At first Russell was skeptical about using the new fastening method. Before choosing GCS his company used components with dowels and confirmats. “I’ve used most every kind of component method available. I couldn’t believe a system this unique could be WI certified,” Russell says.

Javier Escobedo, Global Cabinet Supply’s VP of sales, convinced Russell to use components for one project. After completing that job, Russell determined that his business, James Russell Co., would use only this method, and only this company. “GCS components are cut precisely and fit together perfectly. Edgebanding is flawless and machining for hardware is exact.”

Russell revealed that GCS components give him his competitive advantage over other cabinet companies. “Assembly takes about a third of the time using GCS components,” Russell says. “I learned this slide-to-lock method was absolutely WI certified and works perfectly for commercial cabinets. That’s all my company does – nothing else.”

Cabinets are assembled in the James Russell Co. shop, delivered to the job site, then installed. “Cabinets are square, very strong and the installs go smoother and faster. All said, it’s a great package.”

Smooth cabinet sides without showing any hardware was a primary factor in switching to GCS components for Russell. “The outside of the end panels are not compromised with exposed connectors, leaving a clean, smooth panel.”

Jim Russell adds he’s been a cabinet maker for his entire career and he still enjoys going to work every day. “I told my daughter I can’t believe I get paid to do this!”

To contact Global Cabinet Supply Inc. email: jescobedo@globalcabinetsupply.com — or call: 855-326-1213. www.globalcabinetsupply.com

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Career Cabinet Maker Credits Global Cabinet Supply Components as a Cut Above

Jim Russell, owner of James Russell Co. near San Francisco, only uses Global Cabinet Supply for all his cabinet components. GCS components are cut precisely and slide-to-lock together perfectly without any hardware showing.

Jim Russell, owner of James Russell Co. near San Francisco, only uses Global Cabinet Supply for all his cabinet components. GCS components are cut precisely and slide-to-lock together perfectly without any hardware showing.

Global Cabinet Supply slide-to-lock components give James Russell Co. a competitive advantage

Assembly takes about a third of the time using GCS components. I learned this slide-to-lock method was absolutely WI certified and works perfectly for commercial cabinets.”

— Jim Russell, James Russell Co., Owner

SAN RAFAEL, CALIFORNIA, USA, September 29, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — Jim Russell completes one commercial project a month, with up to 50 new cabinets at each job. He works with four contractors that keep him busy supplying commercial cabinets in a 20 mile radius of his shop close to San Francisco.

Working with cabinet components from many suppliers over a 30 year span, he now uses only components supplied from Global Cabinet Supply (GCS). The founders of the Hayward, California company, Bryan Koelling and Daniel Savage, co-invented the slide-to-lock, hidden Lockdowel fastener method in 2015, and started GCS three years later.

At first Russell was skeptical about using the new fastening method. Before choosing GCS his company used components with dowels and confirmats. “I’ve used most every kind of component method available. I couldn’t believe a system this unique could be WI certified,” Russell says.

Javier Escobedo, Global Cabinet Supply’s VP of sales, convinced Russell to use components for one project. After completing that job, Russell determined that his business, James Russell Co., would use only this method, and only this company. “GCS components are cut precisely and fit together perfectly. Edgebanding is flawless and machining for hardware is exact.”

Russell revealed that GCS components give him his competitive advantage over other cabinet companies. “Assembly takes about a third of the time using GCS components,” Russell says. “I learned this slide-to-lock method was absolutely WI certified and works perfectly for commercial cabinets. That’s all my company does – nothing else.”

Cabinets are assembled in the James Russell Co. shop, delivered to the job site, then installed. “Cabinets are square, very strong and the installs go smoother and faster. All said, it’s a great package.”

Smooth cabinet sides without showing any hardware was a primary factor in switching to GCS components for Russell. “The outside of the end panels are not compromised with exposed connectors, leaving a clean, smooth panel.”

Jim Russell adds he’s been a cabinet maker for his entire career and he still enjoys going to work every day. “I told my daughter I can’t believe I get paid to do this!”

To contact Global Cabinet Supply Inc. email: jescobedo@globalcabinetsupply.com — or call: 855-326-1213. www.globalcabinetsupply.com

Instagram: https://instagram.com/global.cabinet.supply?igshid=qw1p556y365q

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Textile Auxiliaries Market 2020 Global Leading Company Analysis, Opportunities And Forecast To 2025

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The major vendors covered:

Kemin Industries
Evonik
AkzoNobel
Huntsman Corporation
Tata Chemicals Limited
DyStar Group
Dow Chemical Company
Archroma
Zschimmer and Schwarz GmbH & Co KG
Rudolph GmbH
Chemdyes Sdn Bhd
Oleon
Buckman
Kemira
Croda Industrial Chemicals
CHT Group

Segment by Type, the Textile Auxiliaries market is segmented into
Pre-Treatment Agents
Dye-Stuffs
Finishing Agents
Softening Agents
Anti-Foaming Agents
Odour Absorbers
Corrosion Inhibitors
Others

Segment by Application, the Textile Auxiliaries market is segmented into
Apparel
Home Furnishing
Digital Printing
Automotive Textiles
Others

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Table of Content

1 Study Coverage
1.1 Textile Auxiliaries Product Introduction
1.2 Market Segments
1.3 Key Textile Auxiliaries Manufacturers Covered: Ranking by Revenue
1.4 Market by Type
1.4.1 Global Textile Auxiliaries Market Size Growth Rate by Type
1.4.2 Pre-Treatment Agents
1.4.3 Dye-Stuffs
1.4.4 Finishing Agents
1.4.5 Softening Agents
1.4.6 Anti-Foaming Agents
1.4.7 Odour Absorbers
1.4.8 Corrosion Inhibitors
1.4.9 Others
1.5 Market by Application
1.5.1 Global Textile Auxiliaries Market Size Growth Rate by Application
1.5.2 Apparel
1.5.3 Home Furnishing
1.5.4 Digital Printing
1.5.5 Automotive Textiles
1.5.6 Others
1.6 Study Objectives
1.7 Years Considered

2 Executive Summary

12 Company Profiles
12.1 Kemin Industries
12.1.1 Kemin Industries Corporation Information
12.1.2 Kemin Industries Description and Business Overview
12.1.3 Kemin Industries Sales, Revenue and Gross Margin (2015-2020)
12.1.4 Kemin Industries Textile Auxiliaries Products Offered
12.1.5 Kemin Industries Recent Development
12.2 Evonik
12.2.1 Evonik Corporation Information
12.2.2 Evonik Description and Business Overview
12.2.3 Evonik Sales, Revenue and Gross Margin (2015-2020)
12.2.4 Evonik Textile Auxiliaries Products Offered
12.2.5 Evonik Recent Development
12.3 AkzoNobel
12.3.1 AkzoNobel Corporation Information
12.3.2 AkzoNobel Description and Business Overview
12.3.3 AkzoNobel Sales, Revenue and Gross Margin (2015-2020)
12.3.4 AkzoNobel Textile Auxiliaries Products Offered
12.3.5 AkzoNobel Recent Development
12.4 Huntsman Corporation
12.4.1 Huntsman Corporation Corporation Information
12.4.2 Huntsman Corporation Description and Business Overview
12.4.3 Huntsman Corporation Sales, Revenue and Gross Margin (2015-2020)
12.4.4 Huntsman Corporation Textile Auxiliaries Products Offered
12.4.5 Huntsman Corporation Recent Development
12.5 Tata Chemicals Limited
12.5.1 Tata Chemicals Limited Corporation Information
12.5.2 Tata Chemicals Limited Description and Business Overview
12.5.3 Tata Chemicals Limited Sales, Revenue and Gross Margin (2015-2020)
12.5.4 Tata Chemicals Limited Textile Auxiliaries Products Offered
12.5.5 Tata Chemicals Limited Recent Development
12.6 DyStar Group
12.6.1 DyStar Group Corporation Information
12.6.2 DyStar Group Description and Business Overview
12.6.3 DyStar Group Sales, Revenue and Gross Margin (2015-2020)
12.6.4 DyStar Group Textile Auxiliaries Products Offered
12.6.5 DyStar Group Recent Development
12.7 Dow Chemical Company
12.7.1 Dow Chemical Company Corporation Information
12.7.2 Dow Chemical Company Description and Business Overview
12.7.3 Dow Chemical Company Sales, Revenue and Gross Margin (2015-2020)
12.7.4 Dow Chemical Company Textile Auxiliaries Products Offered
12.7.5 Dow Chemical Company Recent Development
12.8 Archroma
12.8.1 Archroma Corporation Information
12.8.2 Archroma Description and Business Overview
12.8.3 Archroma Sales, Revenue and Gross Margin (2015-2020)
12.8.4 Archroma Textile Auxiliaries Products Offered
12.8.5 Archroma Recent Development
12.9 Zschimmer and Schwarz GmbH & Co KG
12.10 Rudolph GmbH
12.11 Kemin Industries
12.12 Oleon
12.13 Buckman
12.14 Kemira
12.15 Croda Industrial Chemicals
12.16 CHT Group

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PUNE, MAHARASTRA, INDIA, September 28, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — Diabetes Care Products Market

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BD
Bayer
Abbott
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Insulet Corporation
Roche
J&J
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Sannuo
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I-sens
Alere

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Europe
China
Japan
Southeast Asia
India

Segment by Type
Diabetes Testing Products
Insulin Pump
Diabetic Accessories
Diabetic Foot Care
Insulin Syringes

Segment by Application
Medical Care
Personal Care

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SIT Furniture Design Awards recibe las presentaciones de muebles de todo el mundo

SPAIN, September 24, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — Las propuestas para los SIT Furniture Design Awards 2020 ya están abiertas. Al hacer el anuncio, el portavoz de los premios dijo que ya están abiertas las inscripciones para la primera edición de los premios al mejor diseño de muebles.

Creado para reconocer el esfuerzo de talentosos diseñadores internacionales de productos de mobiliario, fabricantes e implementadores de marcas; SIT tiene como objetivo celebrar la creatividad y compartir las visiones innovadoras de los diseñadores de mobiliario de SEATING con el mundo.

"SIT se centra en recompensar el pensamiento estratégico y la imaginación que se emplea en la fabricación de grandes equipos", dijo el portavoz, y añadió que los diseñadores industriales ayudan a mejorar nuestra vida cotidiana; por lo tanto, sus esfuerzos deben ser reconocidos.

Al mismo tiempo que se reconocía que el mobiliario será una herramienta estratégica para gestionar la actual crisis sanitaria mundial, el fundador de los SIT Furniture Design Awards y director general de su empresa matriz, el Farmani Group; el Sr. Hossein Farmani explicó lo importante que es reconocer los esfuerzos y las contribuciones de los diseñadores y de los encargados de la ejecución de los muebles. Hossein Farmani también observó que con la pandemia se ha producido un cambio importante en la forma en que utilizamos los muebles, definiendo las áreas privadas frente a las áreas de trabajo y cómo tuvimos que reorganizar nuestras vidas desde el hogar mientras cambiábamos nuestros hábitos para mantener a raya las infecciones, "…todo esto tendrá un impacto en el diseño de muebles e interiores", dijo el Sr. Farmani.

Con los premios, el Sr. Farmani añadió que reconocen la contribución de los diseñadores de muebles, recompensándolos por su talento y creatividad, que también presentan oportunidades emocionantes tanto para los nuevos talentos como para los creativos y arquitectos ya establecidos.

Centro de Innovación Digital

Los SIT Furniture Design Awards han creado el Centro de Innovación Digital, un concepto con una mezcla única de diseño, pensamiento creativo, pensamiento computacional, integración de la cultura e innovación de la sostenibilidad.

El centro se enfoca en 3 temas para resaltar nuevos inventos cada año, mirando los desafíos de hoy y cómo superarlos. El ganador anual del Centro de Innovación Digital en las categorías profesionales recibirá un premio en efectivo de 4000 dólares para realizar un prototipo o iniciar la producción.
Para su lanzamiento inaugural, el Centro de Innovación Digital se centrará en estos temas:

1. Muebles de oficina en casa: Combina la vida y el trabajo
2. Integración de la tecnología: Actualice sus muebles
3. Reutilizar y/o reciclar: Dar una segunda vida

Panel de Jueces

Los participantes en el concurso serán juzgados anónimamente por un influyente panel de jurados compuesto por académicos con experiencia y profesionales establecidos en la industria del diseño, cuyo mandato es reconocer y premiar a los mejores diseñadores. Cada miembro del jurado aportará una gran cantidad de conocimiento y comprensión y con su visión y votos combinados, se seleccionarán los ganadores finales de cada categoría.
Los ganadores recibirán el trofeo del SIT, un folleto digital con su propuesta ganadora, una invitación a la recepción bianual de ganadores, así como una amplia publicidad, promocionando sus diseños a una audiencia mundial.

Elegibilidad

Los trabajos pueden ser presentados como diseños conceptuales, en progreso, o como proyectos completados siempre y cuando no tengan más de cinco años de antigüedad. Las propuestas pueden ser presentadas por profesionales o estudiantes, y el concurso está abierto a cualquier persona mayor de 18 años, que resida en cualquier parte del mundo.

Las propuestas de los profesionales serán juzgadas en comparación con otros profesionales y las propuestas de los estudiantes serán juzgadas en comparación con otros estudiantes. La fecha límite para la participación está fijada para el 5 de diciembre del 2020, y se dará otra extensión de 10 días para las solicitudes tardías. Los ganadores serán anunciados en febrero de 2021.
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El Farmani Group convocó el SIT Furniture Design Award para dar a conocer la gran contribución de la industria internacional del mueble a nuestra vida cotidiana. El SIT Furniture Design Award es el premio hermano del LIT Lighting Design Award (LIT), los International Design Awards (IDA), y los European Product Design Awards ( ePDA), todos ellos centrados en la estética, los conceptos y la mejora de los productos, que se han convertido en algunos de los premios de diseño más conocidos en la actualidad.

El Farmani Group, establecido en 1985, es responsable de muchos premios exitosos en todo el mundo. El Farmani Group organiza los International Design Awards (IDA), el Architecture Masterprize, el DNA, los Paris Design Awards, los London International Creative Awards, el Prix de la Photographie en París, y los Annual Lucie Awards for Photography, que se ha convertido en uno de los premios más prestigiosos del mundo.

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Major Growth Initiative for iCoat Global. Systems, Products, and Lead Marketing Network for Tradesmen and Distributors

iCoat Network

iCoat Expanding the Network of Installers and Distributors

Tim Phelps on HGTV Show Reworking a Countertop the iCoat way.

Tim Phelps on HGTV Show Reworking a Countertop the iCoat way.

iCoat Global Logo

iCoat Global Logo

The analysts in the decorative concrete and epoxy coatings industry are seeing 7% CAGR over the next 6 years which will create a boon for this industry.

PHOENIX, AZ, UNITED STATES, September 24, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — iCoat Products, Inc., is proud to announce a partnership with two of Arizona's leading marketing executives to form iCoat Global Products. "This is a major growth initiative for iCoat" said Tim Phelps. Joining Phelps in the business is Ron Babich of Crush IoT and Ian Faith of GCG, both have backgrounds in B2B and B2C marketing and business growth at the highest levels, including software, supply chain, legal, finance, entertainment, networking, and brands. This partnership will provide one of the strongest industry support structures for the iCoat Network of distributors and installers with plans to rapidly grow the enterprise providing a competitive advantage.

After 30 Years of quality in the decorative concrete and epoxy industry, Tim Phelps, CEO of iCoat made the decision to move the company from a wholesale-only business, serving his client base, to expand the company into retail lanes and a more robust network. With the collection of superior, differentiated products for concrete flooring and countertops, including primers, colorants, overlays, and sealers, iCoat will initially be making its catalog available to retail outlets in the USA and Canada.

iCoat Products:
Epoxy (Countertop, Casting, Depth, Antimicrobial), 2112 Penetrating Wood Sealers, Urethane, Honing Oil™, One Day Stain™, Metallic Illusion™, Thermoplastic Sealers, Renew, U528 Primer/Stain, Concrete Overlay Composites, Pool Decking.

iCoat Systems:
Countertop, Table Top, Bar, Shower, Wall, Flooring (Epoxy coatings, Stained, Stamped Concrete – Interior/Exterior) One Day Stain™.

"The iCoat Network will support distributors, contractors, and installers with best-in-class marketing support, far more affordably than random hires, and the power of the network will increase each member’s leads and business potential" noted Babich. "It is important for our network to control its home turf and maximize business, while we have certain territories already locked up, we are excited to bring on new teams and get them up and running." The iCoat mission is to serve customers with more options and better-quality options in stamped concrete, epoxy coatings, stained concrete, polished concrete, colored concrete, and concrete overlays. The analysts in the industry are seeing 7% CAGR over the next 6 years which will create a boon for this industry. Also, the popularity of food-grade epoxy and its use in residential and commercial kitchens, meeting FDA LEED Platinum Standards means there is a lot of work yet to be factored in. Joining the iCoat Global Product network leverages 30 years of successful on-the-job experience in the decorative concrete industry. Direct U.S. manufacturing of superior quality materials, development of the latest installation techniques, and the very best product and business training in the industry.

iCoat Global has also grown a retail line of superior quality epoxy resin products for the artisan, iCoat Art Resin. "For years other distributors have been white-labeling iCoat epoxy and making it available for retail and we are conscious about protecting the brand." said Faith. "Because of the quality and superior results users find when using iCoat's proprietary blend, which is produced in the USA, iCoat wants to protect its brand and not have mixes comingled with cheaper, lesser quality epoxies imported from China." iCoat Art Resin is available through Amazon, eBay, Facebook, and other select retail outlets.

iCoat's clients include Universal Studios, Marriott Hotels, Geno’s East Chicago Pizza, Arena Sorts Grill, Vincennes University, Rare Earth Gallery, Hair Salons, Beauty Stores, Bike Shops, Taco Bell, Holiday Inn. We would like to make your business or residence our next very happy customer.

iCoat launched its new website on Sept 14th, 2020. www.icoatproducts.com

About iCoat
Industry leader in epoxy and decorative concrete products – Quality since 1990.

iCoat Products, inc., is the premier manufacturer of epoxy and decorative concrete products for use in residential, commercial and industrial applications. iCoat developed systems for interior and exterior decorative architectural overlays with the latest installation techniques, and providing the very best training available in the industry. Minimal need for demo – for flooring, walls, countertops, tabletops, and bars; delivering superior results from its unique scientific urethane and epoxy products.

iCoat provides installer training and certification to guarantee the results you are looking for. We have a network of distributors and installers throughout the U.S. & Canada and ship our proprietary products worldwide.

For more information contact: iCoat Products, Inc
1519 W Grant St. Phoenix, AZ 85007
Office: 877-669-1110 or Direct: (602) 258.1114

Ian Faith
iCoat Global, Inc
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iCoat Revolutionary “One Day Stain” Flooring System, Saving Thousands of Dollars Over Other Flooring Options and Business Reduces Down Time.


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ITfirms Announces Top Video Production Companies

IT Firms - A Leading Research Provider

Business Growth

NEW YORK, UNITED STATES, September 24, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — The last decade saw a proportional rise in the percentage of video production companies with 85+ percentage of users in the United States itself. The emerging power of multimedia indicates the intensity that any platform provides for business growth.

ITFirms is a B2B marketplace, better known as reviewers that often announce the names of potential business partners, connect brands with agencies, research the premier video production agencies to create videos for multimedia and advertising purposes. ITFirms features top video production companies with global ranking, as follows:

1. Bx Films
2. Blublu Studios
3. Crystal Pyramid Productions
4. Maxime Photo and Video
5. Signature Video Group
6. Kyro Digital
7. Definition Films
8. Black Hawk
9. Casual Films
10. Your Story Agency

Best business brands can view video production firms by reviews, portfolios, price, promotion, leadership, innovation, and time to market, technology adoption, expertise, rankings and more on ITFirms.

About ITFirms:

ITFirms is a B2B marketplace connecting brands with agencies, service seekers with service providers. It features the top global agencies including top video production companies, top digital agencies, top logo designing companies, top digital marketing companies, website design, mobile app development, Web Development Companies and more.

Ryan Miller
IT Firms
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