Our two Multicam machines, meet Cameron, a powerful HSD milling spindle with vacumm hold-down and Trinity who can do everything Cameron can do but faster and with knives for cardboard and felt cutting.
Our custom-built, one-of-a-kind, 4-axis CNC milling machine for making our threaded timber products.
We'll work with you to determine the appropriate tolerance range for your parts. +-0.1 mm etc
Our professional HSD spindles handle deep cuts at high feedrates.
We've been CNC machining timber parts for 15 years with a continuous improvement ethos.
Our machines are powered by a 33kW rooftop solar array. Making our operation carbon neutral.
Read on to be that person who supplies us with world-class CNC ready files.
Oscillating Tangential Knives
Specialist ('The Pencil Sharpener')
Typical machine setup:
2440 x 1220mm with vacuum hold down bed
Maximum machine travel:
2751 x 1590 x 90mm (XYZ)
If you're providing nested sheets, please supply them within a single file. Separate layers for each machine operation type is preferred but not essential. We can draw up and program files as per your specifications, a dimensioned sketch is often enough for simple jobs.
In order for us to quote your custom jobs quickly, please submit the quote form. One of our team members will respond ASAP and help guide you through the process of commissioning your custom piece.
Deciding on a budget is tricky and we completely understand! All we can say is, it's incredibly helpful if you can have at least a rough budget ready to discuss with us. This can save a great deal of time and help us design and specify a result that is more likely to succeed, and fit your purpose.
If you have no experience commissioning custom furniture and really don't know where to start with budget, or design... that's absolutely fine, we can help you determine a starting range.
One thing that can help, is looking through the prices of some of our standard products, determining a budget base-point. From there, assume that custom stuff will always be a bit more, because of the design time and the simple fact that making one-off pieces is more time-consuming than product we can repeat develop a process for.