Nationwide purchase two Stuga sawing & machining centres
Nationwide Windows of Rugby have purchased two Stuga ZX3 sawing & machining centres. Both machines are rebuilds from old Stuga Flowlines that were around ten years old but that have been rebuilt to a very high standard and to the very latest ZX3 specification.
After deciding to purchase new sawing & machining centres Nationwide were fortunate to learn that Stuga were able to offer ”as-new” factory rebuilds for a worthwhile discount. These machines represent excellent value for money because they are fully rebuilt in the factory where they were originally made and come with a full twelve months parts and labour warranty.
Stuga strip all rebuilt machines to the basic chassis and start again. The machine is cleaned and painted where necessary before being rebuilt to the latest specification complete with new PC, control system and the latest Microsoft Windows software.
Each ZX3 has a capacity of between 600 and 700 casement windows per week and produces all saw cuts and prepping operations required to produce uPVC windows and doors in all styles including drainage, espags, trickle vents, ”V” and ”Y” notches and all door preps including locks, flags and letterboxes. Remakes are a doddle and the Microsoft Windows software is not only very operator friendly but it also has informative management analysis information regarding output and efficiency.