A North Yorkshire bespoke furniture manufacturer has invested in new technology to support its growth plans.
Dovetailors has installed the latest CNC machinery at its Harrogate workshop as it prepares to expand.
Owner and designer David Wilson said the machinery would enhance the design and furniture making capabilities of the family business, which recently completed work on new furniture for Wakefield Cathedral as part of a major regeneration project.
David said: The technology will enable us to tackle highly complex and intricate designs in a way that has never before been possible. It will also help us to replicate certain designs to create our own range of products and create consistency without compromising on quality, something that will appeal to our commercial customers.
David said the investment would complement the traditional furniture making skills of his designers and makers/
David added: We have never shied away from new technology because it can make even the most complex designs possible.
This latest investment will add speed, accuracy and flexibility to the manufacturing process and we’re confident that it will support our plans to expand our bespoke furniture making capabilities and break new boundaries in furniture design.
Main photograph: L-R Craig Dalziel, David Wilson and Jason Winder