MISSISSAUGA, Ontario – Wood-Maxx says its Robertson-manufactured wood screws were developed for woodworkers and cabinetmakers “frustrated by the decreasing fastener industry quality standards.”
The zinc-coated screws feature a long Type 17 (T17) cutter for drilling into even the hardest of woods, Wood-Maxx says, adding that the T17 cutter eliminates the need to pre-drill into most species.
Other features of the Robertson screws include:
- Flathead with nibs, which aids in the countersinking of the screw;
- #2 Robertson square drive provides snug fir on original Robertson driver bits;
- Zinc wax coating reduces friction; and
- Transparent buckets and jars make it easy to monitor inventory levels.
See demonstrations of Wood-Maxx screws at booth #1410; learn more at wood-maxx.ca.
About the Woodworking Machinery & Supply Conference & Expo
WMS is world-renowned as Canada’s preeminent industrial woodworking event. For more than four decades, WMS has connected Canada’s woodworking professionals with the world’s most prominent machinery manufacturers and suppliers.
WMS 2019 attracted attendees from nine Canadian provinces and two territories. The 2019 edition featured 75,000 square feet of exhibit space and more than 175 exhibitors.
For information about exhibiting and sponsorship opportunities, contact Rich Widick, email@example.com; 630-929-7918.
More upcoming Woodworking Network events
Wood Pro Expo Lancaster, Oct. 14-16, 2021 at the Spooky Nook Sports Complex/Warehouse at the Nook in Manheim, Lancaster County, Pa.
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