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Where Did The Name Hammersmith Come From ?

Where Did The Name Hammersmith Come From ?

Over the years I have lost count of the number of times people have asked me where the name of our business came from. So if you would like to know the answer please read on .... In the early 1920's the Groth family established a dairy on a parcel of land that is now part of the suburb of Edwardstown. This suburb is situated only a few kilometres south-west of the city of Adelaide. Read more...

Ballet Barres in American Oak

Ballet Barres in American Oak

Manufacturing wooden ballet barres from American Oak is an easy job, as it is a great timber to work with. It is easy to glue, easy to machine, and for the end user, is easy to finish with either a clear lacquer or a stain. A few times a year we make a couple of hundred metres of 48mm round American Oak dowel for a local client. This primarily gets used as ballet barre in dance studios not just here in Australia, but also overseas. Read more...

Turned Wooden Columns in 68x68 and 90x90 Pine

Turned Wooden Columns in 68x68 and 90x90 Pine

It is surprising what you learn when you listen to your customers ! This in itself might seem like a surprising statement, but if you take the time to listen what customers ask for, then you might just come up with a product that sells. This was the case with the 90x90 and 68x68 turned wooden columns that we started making a few year back. Read more...

Wire Balustrade Cable Now in 100 Metre Reels

Wire Balustrade Cable Now in 100 Metre Reels

When we first started selling stainless steel wire cable we sold it in either a 305 metre reel or per metre. We are pleased to announce that we are now selling it in 100 metre reels also. This is the case for the 3.2mm wire cable in both a 1x19 and 7x7 configuration; but at this stage is not the case for the 4.0mm thickness. Read more...