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Getting the job right first time, every time

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Getting the job right first time, every time

We’re serious about getting your jobs right first time because we know that doing our part of the job accurately affects your reputation with your customers. At Cutshop, we see ourselves as part of your team. The fast track to eliminating errors at cutting stage often comes down to us working together to get the brief right first time.  


So what do we need from you? The best way is to supply us with a list of panels and cabinets you need cut, making sure we have the dimensions, details, edging requirements and any variations to accommodate power points and plumbing.  Read which classic mistakes to avoid and cut out the guesswork. 

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Cutshop presents a “factory in your back pocket”

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Cutshop presents a “factory in your back pocket”

Imagine meeting a potential customer knowing you had access to the largest machines in the country and an expert team with design capability, but without needing to invest or spend a dollar.

That’s what we mean when saying: “a factory in your back pocket” an idea we introduced in the June edition of Joiners Magazine.

We want to give kitchen designers, cabinet makers and shop-fitters, and people designing and creating bespoke furniture and products, confidence to take on any job knowing the manufacturing will be looked after... 

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Why should Cutshop be on your team?

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Why should Cutshop be on your team?

At Cutshop we’re a pretty straightforward bunch.  You think it, we make it. Our trade customers think we’re a great addition to their team because beneath our no-fuss exterior, there’s some pretty high tech, sophisticated equipment, 2000m2 of factory floor area and three locations in Auckland and Hamilton that work as one integrated factory when we need to deliver big jobs on short timelines. Read about our customers' experiences.

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Who needs an edge banding machine, anyway?

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Who needs an edge banding machine, anyway?

Are you building your own kitchen or bathroom cabinets? If so, you may need to apply edge-tape to your doors and exposed panels. If you’re a DIYer, though, that can be a problem. In this article, we explain why you needn’t worry.

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