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Hartfelder says he and his brother have a strategic advantage in the marketplace because of their knowledge of electronic systems.
This custom-designed system is constructed of premium grade birch wood and finished using a multi-step process.
What makes Diamond Case atypical is that it outsources the production of its home theater systems to two local manufacturing facilities. At the Foothill Ranch facility, custom and semi-custom home theater projects, as well as the Theater-Tech and Castleton product lines are manufactured.
At the plant, Miller says, the 4-foot by 8-foot plywood panels are first cut-to-size on a Holz-Her vertical panel saw.
Once sized, at the Foothill Ranch manufacturing facility panels are routed and drilled using the Biesse Rover B440 FTK CNC router. Miller says his company uses Mohawk and ML Campbell water-based finishes and purchases its panel products from Columbia Forest Products.
Other Diamond Case product lines, including Evolution, Phoenix TV lifts, as well as custom and semi-custom projects, are manufactured at a 10,000-square-foot facility in nearby Vista. Ramirez says his company specializes in custom finishing and has two spray booths, an open-face booth for sealing and shading, and a closed booth for topcoats.
The Vista, CA, facility works on a just-in-time basis for manufacturing home theater furniture for Diamond Case Designs.
While the original intent was to be a wholesaler to electronic and AV stores, the brothers soon realized the advantage in creating their own furniture designs and going direct to the customers.
Diamond Casea??s reputation has spread far and includes such notable clients as former Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim General Manager Bill Stoneman, current New York Islanders forward Mike Sillinger, former Denver Bronco defensive player Dennis Smith and Tony Kanal of the band No Doubt. In addition to word of mouth, customers are targeted through print advertising in national publications and online promotions.
The 8,000-square-foot showroom houses a wide selection of the companya??s home theater room displays and entertainment centers. The 2014 International Woodworking Faire took over two of the buildings at the Georgia World Congress Center August 20-23rd.

Cutting and carving on the tools generated interest and questions from cabinetmakers, entrepreneurs, hobbyists, and soon to be retirees looking for second-career opportunities. The Handibot Smart Power Tool came with its own fan club, and allowed us to tell the story of where we see the Handibot’s development going and its supporting ecosystem,  as well as share Handibot’s unique ability to “go with you” to the job site and to the material.
We were so happy to visit with the many Shopbotters who stopped in to chat, had a few questions and some that are considering adding another ShopBot to their productive operations. Habitat for Bats makes bat houses and stays busy with selling and producing that product year round. Wright Elevator Solutions uses their tool primarily to make parts for custom elevator car kits. Wind Mill Slatwall Products introduces its Metal Series, an addition to its wood slatwall lines.
Metal Series panels are available in a variety of colors and standard lengths of 15" to 96" or custom lengths.
It features concealed wheels and has removable back panels, an internal wiring channel and interchangeable shelves and media drawers. Diamond Case will add a new line to its showcase every year or two, plus add pieces to existing lines a??to keep them fresha?? on a regular basis. According to Randy Miller, CKBI, the company takes the electronic designs and cutouts generated by Diamond Case and uses Solid Manufacturing software to convert them for machining. From there, they are machined on a Biesse Rover CNC router and edgebanded on an SCMI Olimpic edgebander.
Also integral to the machining process is a Ritter line boring machine, an SCMI edgebander, sanders and Powermatic saws. Among the machines used in the 10,000-square-foot shop is an SCMI sliding table saw and Ritter boring machine. According to Hartfelder, the concept for the company developed when his dad Fred, who was then a vice president for Mitsubishi, saw a need in the market for furniture to handle the new 40-inch TV category. The showrooma??s location overlooking a freeway also has proven advantageous in attracting the attention of potential clients.

Koenig has more than 25 years of experience in the woodworking industry, including visits to wood products manufacturing facilities throughout North America, Europe and Asia.
Some attendees saw the machines in action and wanted to know more about how our tools can fit into their work flow. We cut everything from logos, impromptu signs, baseball bats, to gun stocks, Swedish-style carvings and more.
Metal Series is an interlocking system that forms a continual wall of aluminum or steel without visible fasteners or horizontal seams. We take into consideration the dimensions for ventilation, wire management, access and media storage, then design [the casework] into the appropriate shape and style,a?? he says. Approximately 80 to 85 percent of the companya??s current work is custom and semi-custom, with Diamond Case oftentimes modifying a standard design to meet specific requirements. Hartfelder says that the company will maintain consistency in areas such as door sizes and spacing for shelves, in order to make it easier for customers to change or upgrade at a later date. In addition to doors and other components, mouldings also are manufactured in-house using a Williams & Hussey moulder. Knowing his sons (Jack, who later left the company, David and then Steve, who joined Diamond Case in 1995) had a background in home theater and had strong relationships with custom woodworkers, he encouraged them to explore this new field. As Editor-in-Chief of special publications under the Woodworking Network brand, including the Red Book Best Practices resource guide and website, Karen’s responsibilities include writing, editing and coordinating of editorial content .
John brought with him models of animal skeletons and mummy cases from his work at the Field Museum in Chicago, as well as his infectious excitement for digital fabrication.
Other machinery utilized in the 20,000-square-foot shop include: Omga and DeWalt chop saws, a Powermatic belt sander, two Delta table saws and a Torit dust collection system. She is also a contributor to FDMC and other Woodworking Network online and print media owned by CCI Media.

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