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Carving out a future with Smart machinery

By 4Manufacturing(R) 12/01/2021

A Cumbrian manufacturer of joinery products has ambitions to double its production capacity and profits using an Industry 4.0-ready, five axis CNC machine and software through Made Smarter advice and financial support

For the last 12 years James Tanner Joinery has been designing and manufacturing hardwood and softwood products used in the commercial and private sectors.

The Kendal-based business has built a reputation for designing, manufacturing and installing quality, bespoke sash windows, doors and staircases.

But production has been at capacity for years because of its current machining processes, and growth is being stifled.

Managing Director James Tanner and his team of three, know that to take the next step forward the business will need to embrace advanced manufacturing technologies.

Read the full case study here: you to James Tanner Joinery for sharing their case study.

Robotics and Automation Production Efficiency Factory floor & Production systems Flexible manufacturing