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Decorative screens / CNC Router Cutting

As part of our growth strategy at Perfmet Engineering, we continually invest in technology which includes but is not limited to the TEKCEL EXR3000 router system, which is designed to handle the most demanding applications from a diverse range of industries.

As a flagship model in the TEKCEL range the EXR delivers power, precision and performance. With the ability to cut with a machine finished edge, the system allows us to transfer complicated shapes straight from design to the router knowing that the end product perfectly matches our client’s requirement.

  • Decorative Screens & Panels
  • Feature Screen Facades
  • Privacy Screens and Wall Art
  • Fence and Gate Panels
  • Balustrade Infill Panels
  • Precision engineered components
  • Cleats, Gussets, Base Plates, End Caps

With a cutting speed up to 600mm per second (24m/min) over an active cutting area of 2180mm x 3860mm and maximum material thickness of 135mm, the TEXCEL EXR3000 router system is perfect for cutting machinable materials such as;

  • Aluminium Sheet (up to 50mm thickness)
  • Aluminium Composite Panels (Alucobond etc)
  • Non Ferrous Metals (Copper, Bronze, Brass etc)
  • Equitone
  • MDF, plywood, hard and soft woods,
  • Industrial plastics and extruded acrylics

The advantage that CNC Routing has over other cutting methods (such as laser cutting and plasma cutting) is that the edges are much smoother so sharp edges and burrs can be avoided. The depth is also controllable. This enables us to cut grooves and add shoulders, as well as perform countersink operations.

How to get started? First, we draw our design geometry in AutoCAD, and then export them to a tool path program.  Alternatively, if you have your drawings already in CAD, then forward us the dxf file of the panels you need cut.  The CAD file may contain all the panels you need on one drawing, or separate files for each part. After import, the parts are nested onto a plate, to ensure minimal material waste. Finally, the program is built, and subsequently sent to the router for cutting.

Don’t have a CAD file only an image or idea? Call or email Perfmet Engineering today and our in-house sales team and designers will work with you to fulfill your projects needs.