California (CA) Woodworking Machinery Companies

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Stevenson Classic Woodwork
662 Guava Ave.
Chula Vista CA 91910
(619) 422-7338
Aida's Design & Private Label
1300 Santee St # 206
Los Angeles CA 90015
(213) 741-0802
Yave Patterns & Duplicates
819 Santee St.
Los Angeles CA 90014
(213) 362-4339
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Quirk Casework Installation
2077 Latham St.
Simi Valley CA 93065
(805) 527-7242
Valley City Manufacturing
P.O. BOX 490
Yucca Valley CA 92286
(760) 369-8900
Brennan Patterns
1534 E Chestnut Ave # D
Santa Ana CA 92701
(714) 667-5109
Omega Pattern
2650 Nicholson St.
San Leandro CA 94577
(510) 352-7140
Michel's Interior Designs Inc
18728 Bryant St # 6
Northridge CA 91324
(818) 885-6444
Comet Engineering Inc
9225 Charles Smith Ave.
Rancho Cucamonga CA 91730
(909) 987-3159
R & D Patterns & Molds Inc
11126 Greenstone Ave.
Santa Fe Springs CA 90670
(562) 941-8585
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