Reddish Joinery, a leading installer and manufacturer of timber and uPVC windows, doors and conservatories based in the North West, have recently added to their state-of-the-art manufacturing facility with a second CNC machine.
Reddish Joinery is a family owned company and has been since its establishment in 1967. The company specialises in the manufacture and installation of bespoke timber products. Operating out of their Reddish factory, they have a showroom in Sale, where homeowners can view Reddish Joinery’s exceptional product range for themselves.
The addition of a second CNC machine is particularly beneficial as they greatly aid in the creation of bespoke products. CNC machines are ultra-precise, allowing for the production of highly complex designs, intricate details and decorative carvings. Their usage extends to windows, doors and conservatory products.
CNC stands for Computer Numerical Control. CNC machines are programmed with unique software and have control over a range of manufacturing tools. The software utilises a unique CNC machine language which allows for the precise control of these tools. The benefits of this over conventional manufacturing methods include quicker production times and improved accuracy.
The addition of a new CNC machine exemplifies Reddish Joinery’s commitment to continually improving their manufacturing and quality assurance processes; the company had only recently invested in new timber machinery, which allowed them to quicken their production times without affecting product quality or attention to detail. With additional improvements planned for the near-future, Reddish customers can expect to benefit from an increasingly developed selection of home-improvement products very soon.
For more information, get in touch with Reddish Joinery on 0161 969 7474 or contact them online.