See how we're supercharging the way joinery is designed and made with our screen to machine workflow.
“This is a very beautiful and impressive stair. In addition, there is a great story in that it was used to pioneer an approach to the use of BIM in joinery manufacture that is the recipient of ongoing Government grants.”
Choose from our library of products and configure sizes, features, and materials to suit any project.
No need for extra pieces of software. Our Configurator will be compatible with the packages you use day to day, starting with Sketchup.
Our screen-to-machine technology removes the time spent redrawing designs for fabrication. Simply submit your project from the Configurator.
We use a distributed manufacturing network so we can use a CNC workshop close to you and your project, saving carbon in the process.
Your parts arrive on site, labelled and ready to be assembled and finished.
Don't just take our word for it. Have a look at the projects we've completed using our unique workflow.
Solid guarding "ribbon" stair, with a saw tooth underside and open risers. This stair follows a L shaped path, with 2 flights and a 90 degree turn mid way up. The guarding is solid, and provides the structure for each flight. Internally, the warm ash veneered ply is exposed, externally, the stair section is clad in Valchromat panels.
Based on the award winning Brockeridge Stair, this single flight with a turn at the base has benefited from several assembly lessons learned at Brockeridge.
We worked closely with opendesk (https://www.opendesk.cc/) to parametric size some of their existing designs to work with our platform and to reduce assembly time in the workshop and on site. The lockers here, (originally an opendesk Fin Locker design https://www.opendesk.cc/fin/fin-lockers#get-it-made) not only now incorporate a soft close cabinet hinge and switch to a hidden cam assembly strategy, but have multiple array configurations. Any number of horizontal and vertical divisions can be configured from a single model. In this project, the client wanted larger full height staff lockers, where the size of each locker bank was governed entirely by the size of the lift to the top floor.
This kitchen showcases some great materials: a beautiful, non-scratch, matte, Fenix laminate is used for cabinet doors, highline drawers are faced in Corian to match the stunning worktop. Brass inlays and splashbacks complete the design.
For the second time in three years, we have been awarded a government grant from Innovate UK, which we're using to develop our tools and services for joinery professionals.
If you'd like to know more for a new project, or even if you're just intrigued, please don't hesitate to get in touch.