Phone: (620) 562-3557
Hours of Operation

  Monday            8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

  Tuesday           8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

  Wednesday      8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

  Thursday          8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

  Friday               8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

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Here at Bushton Manufacturing, we take pride in long-lasting, well-built tools like the Hawk line and the AtomPop Popcorn Popper from Quincraft Products. 

Hawk Woodworking Tools started as Pruitt in 1929 in the town of Pleasant Hill, MO. RB Industries (RBI) bought Pruitt in 1972 and moved the company to Harrisonville, MO. In 2007, RBI sold out to an investment group who called the company Hawk Woodworking Industries, LLC and moved the company outside Garden City, MO. 

In March of 2009, the investment group closed the doors of Hawk Woodworking Industries, LLC. On April 14th, less than a month later, Bushton Manufacturing, LLC purchased Hawk Woodworking Industries, LLC (formerly RBI), moved it to our facilities in Bushton, KS and combined it with our other operations, including the AtomPop from Quincraft Products. 
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We are very sorry to announce that on June 4, 2023, one of our owners lost the love of his life due to health issues. Please be compassionate and understanding of our delays as we all deal with our grief at this time.

​Quincraft Products was an aluminum spin-forming company started in Quincy, KS in 1948 by J. Edwin Lewis. In 1952, Mr. Lewis purchased the manufacturing and marketing rights to his own product line, the "Mazy Pop" which is now called the AtomPop popcorn popper.

In 1975, Mr. Lewis's daughter, Jane Ferguson, moved the company to Fredonia, KS so her family could continue the work her father began. Then in 2005, the Fergusons sold the company to the owners of what is now Bushton Manufacturing who moved the operation to Bushton, KS where the AtomPop is still produced today.