Who We Are

Our journey began in 1983 as Clinton Woodcraft Company

It is here in our workshop that we have created the finest cabinetry and furniture. Using the mindset and methods of past generations we have created each piece as a work of art. Our intense pride has been shown in the hidden mortise and tenon joint, the beauty of a skillfully cut dovetail joint, the gracefulness of a hand shaped crown, finish that is a pleasure just to feel.

We began our journey back in the day when superstores did not exist and woodworking was done by a skilled craftsman working diligently in his/her shop in the United States of America.

Most small towns and villages had a cabinetmaker they relied upon. Furniture was at that time in history, not a throw away item. It was an item cherished for generations to come. Why, even today antique furniture is very desirable. Times have changed and more and more technology has filtered into the craftsman’s shop. Craftsmen have added the latest technologies for centuries. Even back in 1920 Fay and Eagan in Cincinnati offered a multi- spindle boring machine, the latest in production technology at that time. It is in this interest that we have now added laser & CNC router machining to our list of many talents. Combining our skills accumulated over decades with CNC technologies, we can now provide you with even more very nice products.


Lunar Laser Works was created in 2010 as an additional avenue for us to express our artistry.

Our background is in woods of all species and we are also laser machining just about any material that can be cut, marked, or engraved by laser.

Examples of our work can be found throughout the website. Some of the materials we currently work with are stainless steel, titanium, aluminum, plastics, woods, fabrics, foams, carbon fiber, mirror and glass, ceramic tile and many others. We purchased our Kern laser because it is a top quality American made laser. Our Kern laser has a huge 50” x 50” x 7” capacity allowing us to perform most projects that we have been asked to do. In 2011 with the demand for laser work growing we added our second laser, a Trotec 24" x 39" machine which allows us even more capacity to serve our customers quickly.  More growth in 2016 resulted in adding another Trotec 24" X 39" laser with rotary engraving capabilities.  With this machine we are now able to engrave cylindrical items such as cups, mugs, glasses, etc.


I sincerely promise to provide you with products you are proud to own and are a pleasure to hold and have. Thank you for taking the time to browse our website.

Bruce Boehle
Lunar Laser Works