Doors & Windows Manufacturing Machinery

Schüco AF 500 For maximum CNC performance

With the new AF 500, Schüco now has a highly dynamic CNC machine with five axes in its portfolio, which will soon offer even more advantages to metal fabricators. Machining lengths of 7.3 m and excess lengths in two stages, three-sided processing and end-of-profile machining enable the AF 500 to fabricate windows, doors and façades …

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Quadruple cutting and machining centre investment at TruFrame

SHARE The fourth and final cutting plant comes as part of TruFrame’s unprecedented £3.2 million investment into their plants. At TruFrame, we’re committed to providing not only the highest quality uPVC doorsand uPVC windows, but supplying them in a timely manner and at scale and we continue to be the only high volume fabricator in the UK …

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IGE Expands Machinery Offering with Window & Curtain Wall Choices

SHARE IGE is pleased to expand once again with the addition of window, door, and curtain wall machinery. For more than 4 decades IGE Glass Technologies has been the home for complete solutions for the glass industry. Now IGE is pleased to expand on that vision once again with the addition of window, door, and …

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Crystal PA Adds New Comprehensive State-of-the-Art Glass Line

SHARE Continuing the expansion of capabilities at its Northeast Pennsylvania production center, national manufacturer Crystal Window & Door Systems recently added a new state-of-the-art insulated glass unit (IGU) fabrication line at its Benton Township, PA factory. The new equipment has the ability for automated assembly of triple pane insulated glass units (IGUs). With an investment …

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Lancashire Trade Frames: Investing more in aluminium fabrication

SHARE lancashirepvcutradeframes.co.uk Lancashire Trade Frames has recently made a substantial investment in new equipment for the aluminium fabrication side of their business. The purchases, costing around £150k, were made as a result of the company’s commitment to continually reviewing, updating and upgrading plant and machinery. With aluminium now a significant part of the Lancs Trade product …

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