NAME Day 2018
We celebrate NAME
September 29-30, 2018
Live on ZOOM
Registrants will be sent link a day or two before event.
NAME members ONLY for this one.
You can build as many kits as you want in any scales you want. Order your kits from the names below, from the NAME website or July/Aug Gazette. Check the Order By dates. You can join in an many NAME Day events as your time allows. You can join this MCC event and your local club event. Put together another kit or start one in one event and finish in another.
NAME Day Cutters
24 Sawyer Street,
Portland, ME 04103
Phone: 207-650-8008 (EST)
Basic kit/cutout drawers:Laser-cut 1”, 1⁄2”, 1⁄4” basswood. Deadline: 8/15/18. Paypal preferred, check or credit card accepted. Contact cutter for prices, alternatives, accessories
sdk miniatures LLC
Court Moon Township, PA 15108 email@example.com
Laser-cut Desk & Chair w/out arms, includes knobs.1⁄2” only drawers open,
1⁄4 & 1⁄2 have cushions.
Basswood & Maple plywood 1⁄2” - $14, 1⁄4” - $10, 1/144 - $8.
Shipping is $3.50 plus $.50 for each additional kit
Credit cards, PayPal, and checks accepted July/August 2018
Tom Walden’s Furniture
1361 Altamont Ave NE Palm Bay, FL 32907
Phone: 321-728-9321 (EST)
Saw-cut from a variety of hardwoods Straight cut drawers.
Desk: 1” $20, 1⁄2” $18.
Chair: $5 ea scale. $3.00 extra if stained.
Check preferred or Paypal, CC, MO accepted.
Contact cutter for prices, alternatives, accessories
S & S Furniture Com
PO Box 130366, Carlsbad, CA 92013
Phone: 760-603-9495 (PST)
Laser-cut Desk: Basswood, cherry & maple 1” ($15); 1⁄2” ($11). Cherry or Maple: 1⁄4” ($8.00) .
Laser-cut Chair: Basswood, cherry & maple $6.00 all scales.
Cherry or Maple: 1⁄4” ($6.00).
Check preferred or Paypal, CC accepted.
All 3 years kits available
13642 North St Rd NE,
Utica, Ohio 43080
Phone: 614-260-5896 (EST)
Basic kit Laser-cut.
Checks preferred or Paypal accepted.
Contact cutter for prices, scales, woods, alternatives, accessories
13703 N. Bloomfield Rd Nevada City, CA 95959
Phone: 530-265-5704 or 650-380-2028 (cell) (PST)
Basic Kit/ Straight cut drawers. Saw- cut Desk 1” & 1/2” basswood; 1⁄4” bass & plywood. Laser-cut Chair 1” & 1⁄2” bass. Deadline: 9/15/18. Checks preferred or Paypal accepted. Contact cutter for prices, woods, alternatives, accessories
Taffy and Me Creations
6366 County Rd 50, RR#4
Campbellford, Ontario CANADA
Phone: 705-632-0704 (EST)
Laser chair/ Drawers-straight or cut-out
Laser-cut 1” basswood; 1⁄4” bass & birch plywood.
Paypal preferred, check or money orders accepted. Contact cutter for prices, alternatives, accessories
5531 Riverbanks Rd, Grants Pass OR 97527
Phone: (541) 479-2354 (PST)
Basic kit/straight cut drawers
Saw-cut 1”, 1⁄2”, 1⁄4”
Deadline: 8/15/18 Paypal preferred, check or credit card accepted. Contact cutter for prices, woods, alternatives, accessories
All 3 years kits available
Desk &chair....Pine..$5.00 with inst.
Scales: 1", 1/2". 1/4"
Desk and chair.
Basswood $8.00 with typed inst
Scales: 1", 1/2", 1/4"
Mary & Dave Martin
Martin’s Miniature Marketplace
8956 N. Honeytown Road
Smithville, OH 44677-9742
Phone: 330-641-1400 (EST)
Laser-cut 1”, 1⁄2”, 1⁄4”
Deadline: 8/15/18 Paypal or Check preferred or MOs/ CCs accepted. Contact cutter for prices, woods, alternatives, accessories
Tips to make the assembly a bit easier.
-Most kits come with a schematic to help identify the parts.
-First, give each part a number or alpha ID
-Write the part number on the schematic.
-Put associated parts in ziplock bags and label the bags .
-Its a lot easier to find a part if it is identified before you start the assembly process.
7 Assembly must do's
1-Read the instructions before you start. (most assembly problems are due to not understanding the instrucitons)
2- Identify all parts before you start. (many are the same dimension but differ in thickness for a reason)
3-Dry fit as much as possible (this will save you from having to disassemble an assembly error)
4- Have all supplies at hand before you start. ( In other words....be prepared to do the job.
5-Allow enough time for the glue to dry. (Glue is meant to test our patience level)
6- Use Gluing Jigs for proper alignment. ( Square corners and solid bonds are a must)
7-Secure glued joints for a good bond. ( masking tape, clamps, rubber bands are suggested)