What do you get when you cross a computer salesman and an ironing board maker? Perfectly powder-coated MDF
A company becomes successful by tackling an unconventional substrate and establishing a method for powder coating medium-density fiberboard at production volumes.
In his hit ballad Tulsa Time, country and western troubadour, Don Williams, tells the tale of an individual leaving the limited life encountered in the sooner state for the alluring lights of La-La Land in the hopes of striking it big. As the closing verse attests, this individual finds that the grass is always greener, and that Tulsa, Okla., has a lot to offer. A sentiment that Mike Wall, chief executive officer and president of Tulsabased OnDisplay Wood Products, affirms in his success at achieving what some in the finishing industry seem only be able to dream of--powder coating medium-density fiberboard (MDF) at rates of 40,000 to 50,000 pieces a month with a failure rate of 0.05 percent.