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The Design and Order Process at Advanced Cabinet Systems


Creating high-end, custom retail displays benefits from having a clearly defined process. Advanced Cabinet Systems constantly works to refine our processes, so that we can provide our customers with the easiest ways to order and, more importantly, install their new architectural millwork and casework displays. As a result, we’re able to offer a higher level of customization and quicker delivery times.

We know that our clients depend on us to meet their own internal deadlines, whether they’re planning a grand opening, a relaunch or the release of a new product. That’s why we take deadlines so seriously. In fact, in all of our years of operation, we’ve never missed a single deadline. Today, we’d like to take a closer look at the design and order process that we’ve implemented to ensure that your retail business never misses a beat.

Choose Proven Success with the Top 30 Standard Casework Cabinet Line


At Advanced Cabinet Systems, we offer fully customized casework cabinets and architectural millwork pieces. We realize, however, that sometimes you just want a quick, proven and off-the-shelf solution that will get the job done. To address this, we’ve listened to the valuable feedback provided to us by our clients and created our Top 30 Line.

Using Interactive Fixtures to Boost Sales in Wireless Stores


At Advanced Cabinet Systems, we know that one of the most dependable ways to boost sales of hands-on products is to allow customers to, well, get their hands on them. Nowhere is this more apparent than in wireless stores where customers are tempted by the latest in cellular technology. But how do you use retail fixtures to engage customers – to create an experience – that will encourage them to make a purchase? How do you leverage the power of your store’s aesthetic design to gain real, tangible benefits? Today, we’re going to look at how Advanced Cabinet Systems is uniquely positioned to help you sell more by connecting with your customers.

A Closer Look at DuPont’s Corian Solid Surface Countertops


At Advanced Cabinet Systems, we offer an assortment of custom countertops that have been carefully designed to meet the needs of our clients. From straight edges and waterfall edges to laminates and solid surfaces, we pride ourselves on our ability to find the perfect combination of materials and aesthetics to make your space beautiful and – more importantly – functional. In this post, we’re going to take a closer look at one of our more versatile options: Corian solid surface countertops. We’d like to look at what makes them special, why they are a smart choice and how they can improve your space.

ACS Behind the Scenes: The Custom Department

Kyle Rennaker

For anyone who just wonders into the environment that is Advanced Cabinet Systems, one of the first things that they will discover would be the different departments that make up this company. 

Augmented Reality in the Retail Fixture Market

Kyle Rennaker

First there was Natural Reality, then came Virtual Reality, and now the two merge together to create Augmented Reality.

3D Printing - The Overview

Kyle Rennaker

Imagine having to fix a broken computer part and not having to go to the store to physically buy the part.

ACS Answers the Bell with Students as School Year Begins

Kyle Rennaker

Advanced Cabinet Systems has plenty of experience renovating classrooms and installing educational casework. Doing the work while the school is in session, however, presents special challenges.

The major construction and renovation project at Center Grove Elementary and North Grove Elementary in Greenwood, IN, presented challenges for the schools and all the contractors involved. What we faced at ACS was bulkhead issues in the classrooms to accommodate new electrical wiring, data management circuits, and plumbing lines.

Wood Industry Technology: Why Using, and Training for It Matters

by Phil Bowers

I recently saw an independent study that said there were 4,900 casework and millwork manufacturers in the United States. 4,900! Talk about competition.

The study continued to say that...

The ACS Catalog Goes 3D

by Kyle Rennaker

The 1960’s marked the beginning of the CAD Revolution with the invention of “Sketchpad” by Ivan Sutherland, the CAD industry continued to flourish by leaps and bounds over the next five decades with the creation of...