We have a full range of woodturning capabilities; from specialized CNC lathes, to a line of fully automatic Mattison lathes, to hand turners who still make each piece one by one.
Today A&D Woodturning operates out of a 15,000 square foot state of the art facility in Richmond Hill. In-stock and available in small volume requirements with convenient 24-hour pickup.
We provide competitive pricing and low tooling costs by building our tooling in-house.
Staircase rails, posts /newels, spindles and balusters can be set up for large runs that can be easily ordered and produced as scheduled.
Canadian family owned and operated business since 1968. Three generations of woodturners with a commitment to quality and customer satisfaction.
In 1968 Anny and Daniel Blenich founded a woodturning company in Toronto, ON. Originally working out of their basement, they expanded to the garage a year later. Today A&D Woodturning operates out of a 15,000 square foot state of the art facility in Richmond Hill. Their legacy of attention to detail, old world craftsmanship, and uncompromising service to customers has never changed.
A&D offers the full range of woodturning capabilities; from specialized CNC lathes, to a line of fully automatic Mattison lathes (the workhorse of any reputable woodturning company), to hand turners who still make each piece one by one like Daniel did a half century ago. While many things have changed over the years, A&D Woodturning is proud to be neither too big nor too small to handle any job. Be it a subdivision worth of hard wood spindles, posts / newels, balusters and staircase rails or bringing a new and wild prototype to fruition, A&D Woodturning offers unparalleled quality.
Continually updating our product line, our range is second to none, balusters, newels / posts staircase rails, table legs, furniture components and wooden promotional items. All ranging from contemporary and avant-garde to bold traditionalism.
We use sustainable resource that is widely considered the most environmentally friendly material used in home construction. From traditional red oak and Canadian maple to exotic Brazilian cherry and rich, dark ebony, all of our material is purchased from environmentally conscious suppliers whose forests are continually being replanted.