Fast-growing fabricator revolutionises production with a little help from the world’s biggest machinery manufacturer

Dynamic Bristol fabricator The Window Outlet invests in two state-of-the-art mitre saws and controllers from aluminium profile world-leading elumatec.
Photo source
Ramping up production and boosting productivity after a year that saw it top £2m turnover, dynamic Bristol fabricator The Window Outlet has now invested in two state-of-the-art mitre saws and controllers from elumatec, the world leader in aluminium profile machining.

The DG104 double mitre saw can cut both high and wide profiles using two saw heads that can be tilted and pivoted to both 45 and 90 degree angles. With its universal design, the double mitre saw can be used for both series production and for special applications.

Manufactured in Germany, the DG104 allows for external-dimension cuts to avoid complicated length calculations, and has the facility for cutting compound angles. With cutting length variants up to 6,000mm, the two machines will allow The Window Outlet to increase its productivity and further streamline its manufacturing process.

Company MD Ben Warren commented: “Our whole business has been built around offering something different – the kind of short lead times and quick quote turnarounds that are usually only associated with uPVC fabricators. Achieving and maintaining the ability to do that requires constant investment, and a rigorous effort to always keep ahead of the curve.

That’s exactly what these latest acquisitions will let us do. In our view, elumatec products are among the best, most reliable machines you’ll find anywhere in the world. Our experience working with them has been overwhelmingly positive – and we look forward to buying from them again in the future.”

The Bristol firm also purchased two E580 controllers to use with its new pair of mitre saws. The E580 allows fabricators to load profile measurements into the machine via a USB memory stick for ease of use, precise cutting and a quality finish every time. A recognisable operating system and touch screen interface makes the E580 one of the most user-friendly products of its kind.

Founded in 1928, elumatec has grown into the world’s biggest aluminium machinery company over eighty years in business. Winning a global reputation for quality, innovation and excellence in design, elumatec has a presence in dozens of countries around the world, and across all five continents.

The Window Outlet are well-known for their 24-hour quote turnaround and quick lead times on all aluminium products. The firm topped the £2m turnover mark after only two years in business, and was has been awarded ‘Start-up of the Year’ at the prestigious Business Leader Awards 2016. The company supplies installers across the South West of England and beyond.

600450 Fast-growing fabricator revolutionises production with a little help from the world’s biggest machinery manufacturer

Others also read

In the end of January, Lindner Facades Ltd. installed the last element of the impressive glass facade in the new building on 1 Bank Street in London.
Epwin Window Systems’ hardware brand Safeware has just announced an impressive 12% growth in year-on-year turnover.
As the Reddiplex Group focuses on ambitious growth plans, it is pleased to announce that Neil Dallamore has recently joined as the new Group Managing Director following a comprehensive market search.
WICONA has created innovative aluminium solutions to help Glenn Howells Architects deliver Ballymore’s Wardian London development.
As well as offering a responsive design to provide you with an optimal viewing experience across a wide range of internet browsing devices, Thermoseal's website offers a comprehensive catalogue of well over 2,500 IG components.
Audasi Group has announced the appointment of Tom Swallow as Managing Director of Welglaze, the Hertfordshire fabricator the group acquired a year ago.

From industry

Am Pfahlgraben 4
35415 Pohlheim


Thermoseal Group Ltd.
Thermoseal Group Ltd.
Thermoseal Group Ltd.
Wrightstyle Ltd.

Add new comment