Introducing The Portable Carpentry Workshop (PCW) at The Woodworking Shows in Somerset, NJ

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The Portable Carpentry Workshop (PCW) organizes all the tools of the carpenter's trade into one rolling, easily accessible cabinet. From the table saw, miter saw to router, all tools are centralized, contained within one transportable compartment with an internally located power strip. Tools work from a single plug-in.

Check out a revolutionary new storage/work system for woodworkers -- the Portable Carpentry Workshop (PCW) -- at The Wood Working Shows in Somerset NJ, February 19-21, 2010. Booth #421.

Introducing The Portable Carpentry Workshop (PCW)

The Portable Carpentry Workshop, an innovative addition to the building trade that saves time and money by transforming job site setup, once cumbersome, into an easy operation, is garnering high praise from everyone from industry groups to television hosts.

"This is awesome," said host John Palanca, on an episode of DIY Network's "Under Construction." "It's a great concept, great idea that is well thought out by a carpenter. Half the job on a jobsite is setting up and this is already set up for you."

The Portable Carpentry Workshop, popularly known as PCW, organizes all the tools of the carpenter's trade into one rolling, easily accessible cabinet. From the table saw, miter saw to router, all tools are centralized, contained within one transportable compartment with an internally located power strip. Tools work from a single plug in.

No more wasted space. No more haphazardly stored equipment. No more costly set up, search for outlets or tripping over redundant wires. In the morning, just drink your coffee, then have at it. At the end of the day, instead of dismantling, go grab a beer.

With this all-in-one breakthrough invention, it's:

"Roll it up, Plug it in, BANG IT OUT!"

Remarked John DeSilvia, also host of "Under Construction:

"This is the real deal and it comes from a union carpenter/ contractor and it has a lot of practical uses. With its telescoping arms and sliding configurations, its compact size doesn't limit what it can cut."

In addition to television hosts, both Palanca and DeSilvia are licensed contractors of a well-known construction company.

Like many welcomed inventions, the patented PCW was born out of frustration and necessity. Fred Cona, a carpenter for the past two decades, was showing the strain from needless inefficiencies and wasteful costs. The countless walks back and forth to his truck, lugging equipment. The fear that his tools would be stolen or tampered with if left on site (the PCW locks.) That extra person needed to cut 4x8 sheet goods (with PCW's sliding configuration, only one worker is required.)

The PCW even has an extension table, for ripping lengths of lumber, a fold-up desk for everything from drawings to lunch and an underneath storage area, so even a broom has its place.

At INPEX, the Invention and New Product Expo 2008, the PCW was honored with the Grand Prize and a Gold Medal in the Construction category.

Rolling Trades Inc. is currently seeking a manufacturer for mass production. Investment opportunities are currently available.

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