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IFMAC is positioned as Indonesia's premium trade exhibition that presents high-technology machinery, unique products and creative manufacturing methods for the furniture production market.

 

As the country's demand for quality furniture mirrors property growth in Indonesia, local businesses will upgrade their processes through advance innovations to meet style and trend demands, faster service expectations and delivery turn-around.

Since achieving a total value of US$1.9 billion in furniture export in 2014, Indonesia has earmarked itself to cater to over 5% of the total global market valuing to more than US$5 billion within ten years or less. Supported by the country's competitive labour wages and the wide availability of skilled workforce, Indonesia will shine further as a highly attractive market and lucrative manufacturing base for furniture companies capable of supplying to customers worldwide.

 

Together with WOODMAC, IFMAC showcases Indonesia's strong heritage in furniture production and woodwork craftsmanship at the exhibitions.

 

 

www.ifmac.net 

 

 

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Company Profile
1990s Engineer FleetLondon St PremisesNew engineers fleet The new Wadkin factory and showroom together with the latest engineers fleet, designed to put service support where it belongs – close to the customers.
A view of the London Street premises in Leicester in 1904, containing the latest woodworking machines.
Wadkin were the first manufacturers to focus on developing a service back up.
The Wadkin story stretches over ten decades and was established in 1897, the year of Queen Victoria’s Diamond Jubilee, and has become to date one of the most successful manufacturers of woodworking machines  in the world. The company originally had 16 subsidiary companies and divisions employing over 1800 people. Wadkin  is now situated in Nottingham, under the new ownership of A L Dalton Ltd - a superb state of the art facility in which an unrivalled offering of machine viewing and live demonstrations across stock machinery takes place, a highly skilled technical and sales team on hand to offer support and advice on every aspect of Wadkin is on offer every day.
Wadkin History
  • In 1897 John Wadkin founded the company alongside his brother in law Mr W Jarvis. The company was formed following an idea to invent a machine that would be so versatile that it could carry out operations that were originally done by hand. John Wadkin titled this machine, "a pattern milling machine" The partnership was not successful and Mr Wadkin eventually left the company. Mr Jarvis then acquired the help of Mr Wallis Goddard with the intention to expand the business.
  • Mr Jarvis became acquainted with a Greek gentleman by the name of Ionades who invented an advanced carburettor. General Motors in the US confirmed that they were interested and invited Mr Jarvis for a meeting to discuss, which led to Mr Jarvis booking a place on the Titanic as a means of travel and the disastrous result that he went down with the ill-fated liner.
  • This left Mr Wallis Goddard with a business in Leicester and no-one to run it. Luckily he had a son that took charge and this continued until 1927 when Mr J Wallace passed away.
  • The 1914-1918 war saw the Government ask Wadkin for help to develop a machine that could turn out wooden propellers for the R.A.F. at a high-speed rate. After the war the demand for woodworking machinery  was at a tremendous upsurge.
  • In the 1920's the development of the integral electric drive led to the introduction of more efficient types of woodworking machines. Wadkin pioneered high production machines that operated at much higher speeds than before and had better finished woodwork.
  • Throughout the 1930's Wadkin extended their range and entered the high technology market and began making larger, high production woodworking machines such as moulders and double ender machines.
  • The first Wadkin numerically controlled machine was produced in 1956 and the machine proved to be successful and generated much interest from the industry.
  • From the 1990's Wadkin recognised the need to develop back up service support to its machine customers, and developed a nationwide network of engineers in developing its customer response team, which still stands today offering support 365 days a year.
  • Since this, Wadkin have been at the forefront of development and have been named the first British business to be accredited as a learning company by UK Woodchain.
  • In 2010 following the liquidation of Wadkin Limited, the intellectual propert rights were purchased by Nottingham based woodworking machinery distributors and manufacturers A L Dalton Ltd. This move brought together two long established woodworking machinery suppliers who have traded with each other for over 50 years and accumulated over 200 years experience in the industry between them.
  • Today Wadkin continues to offer woodworking machines and specalist services to the woodworking sector from its new home in Nottingham, including new machine manufacture, spare parts, tooling and training
  Sumber : http://www.wadkin.com/company



 
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Kamis Wage, 15 Maret 2018

Siapa ibu ini? ada yang tahu nama nya?

Namuan beliu tahu namaku, menyapa dengan tulus dan penuh arti dan senyum seorang ibu.
Akrab dan tanpa beban.

Semangat dan kerja

Wadkin.
Mesin potong, sekarang aku kenal dengan nama Radial Arm Saw.
Tahun berapa tidak tahu.

Aku belum pernah menggunakan mesin itu.
Kata pak Tompo "ora ilok, bocah nganggo mesin iki. Menggo mbahe ngamuk"

Aku dalam rangka melihat kinerja mesin Edging buatan Austria. Bersama pengusaha mebel asal New York




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Kamis Wage, 15 Maret 2018 

Mesin belah, guruku memberi nama itu.

Setelah aku di dunia kerja nama Single Rip Saw.

Yang aku ingat cuma satu pak Tompo Badan gemuk tetap jual susu ( lumayan bisa minum susu sapi dan bisa ngutang )

Wadking tahun berapa aku mau cari tahu tapi koq tidak punya keberanian tanya (  kuatir dianggap mudus)

Bangga dan sedih