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In place of IWF, Atlanta, Scarlett Inc., and our vendors have adapted to the constraints placed by the pandemic on travel and in-person presentations with live streaming events the week of August 25-28, 2020. We are bringing the show to you!

We will be hosting a Live Streaming Event with Weinig-Holzher USA that will be broadcast on their Facebook Page Wednesday, August 26th. The Re-Tool Tour will highlight demonstrations, presentations, interviews, and much more.

We will have in-person live demos the rest of the week by appointment only (executive orders permitting). There will be live demo’s on solid wood and panel processing machinery. We will also have a booth set up for the new tooling division of Scarlett Inc., serving our customers at a higher level.

Reserve your spot now – If you would like to set-up a private showing please email ryan@scarlettinc.com or contact your sales representative to see if we can accommodate you for that date and time. Space is limited for in-person showroom access due to the executive order.

Follow the links below to choose the seminars and days that interest you, and add them to your calendar.

Be sure to like and follow us on our Facebook page – we will be hosting watch parties for these events that aren’t on our platforms and can answer questions live.

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Wednesday, August 26th, 2020

Scarlett Machinery, Grand Rapids MIhttps://www.facebook.com/weinigholzherusa/

9:00am – 11:00am (Eastern Time)

Moulder Set Up and Changeovers & Toolroom Work

11:00am – 12:00pm (Eastern Time)

Meet Scarlett Machinery and Tour the Showroom

1:00pm – 2:15pm (Eastern Time)

Exploring the Holz-Her Edgebander Advantage

2:15pm – 3:00pm (Eastern Time)

Feature Focus on Weinig Cutting Solutions

For other Live Stream Events this week please visit the Weinig Site



A message from IWF’s website:

[from IWFAtlanta.com] As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to disrupt our lives and enterprises, IWF 2020 and the global woodworking industry it serves are not immune to such intrusion. That inescapable reality lies at the heart of the difficult decision to cancel this year’s event. This unavoidable action comes only after long, intense and exhaustive study and consideration by the IWF show management team working in constant collaboration with the IWF 2020 Management Committee, whose members represent the Wood Machinery Manufacturers of America and the Woodworking Machinery Industry Association. 

The decision to cancel North America’s oldest and largest woodworking event could not and did not come easily. At the same time, the conditions and circumstances brought about by the COVID-19 pandemic–including accompanying travel restrictions and federal, state and local governmental regulations–have made it impossible to stage IWF 2020 without endangering the health and safety of all exhibitors, attendees and the Atlanta community at large.

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