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Lockdowel Launches New EClips Drawer Slide and is Named as Visionary Award Finalist at AWFS 2017

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Lockdowel Unveils NEW Snap-on EClips Drawer Slide

FREMONT, CA, UNITED STATES, July 11, 2017 / — Lockdowel will debut their new tool-less drawer slides with their "Eclips" fastening technology July 19-22 at the Association of Woodworking and Furniture Suppliers (AWFS) Fair in Las Vegas. The new Lockdowel snap-on drawer slide is a Visionary Award Finalist at the event. These particular fasteners are affixed to drawer slides enabling complete, tool-less installation in a fraction of the time.

“This technology is about to shake up a multi-billion dollar market!” Lockdowel Co-founder and President Bryan Koelling says. “When you massively reduce labor costs and increase quality and efficiency you win, hands down. You just slide them and click them in like seat belts.”

Lockdowel has been testing and perfecting drawer slide fastening for over a year, and now the "Eclips" technology-based drawer slides are ready for market and will be featured in the AWFS New Products Showcase. AWFS attendees are invited to Lockdowel booth 9256 to install an "EClips Drawer Slide" and see first-hand how quickly and easily the new fastener works.

“We now have our Lockdowel 'EClips Drawer Slides' available on our website for purchase at, and are also available at Charles McMurray Co. if your business is in California or Nevada," Koelling says. “Our drawer slide fastening system will save hours and hours of labor in completing cabinetry and construction jobs. I’m extremely proud of our team for bringing an entirely new and entirely needed solution to installing high-quality drawers.”

Lockdowel invites you view an "EClips Drawer Slide" fastener installation at: Here



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