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CNC CUTTING - DOWN TO THE LAST DETAIL

OUR PROFORM CNC ROUTER 40/20 CAN MACHINE A RANGE OF MATERIALS FOR SIGNAGE, JOINERY AND INTERIOR OR EXTERIOR ARCHITECTURAL DETAILING. 

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A gantry-style machining centre for 2D and 3D CNC cutting and machining of plywood, MDF, acrylics, perspex, aluminium and ACM.

LARGE TABLE SIZE

Providing a 4 x 2 metre cutting perimeter.
8 tools changer with a fine definition render.
Unlimited cut depth using layering technique (up to 100mm for a single layer)

EXPERIENCE 

Our CNC designer / operator Jason Kendrick was the first in New Zealand to offer contract cutting services. Over the past 18 years, he has amassed CNC experience across a broad range of material and applications, where every file was different. He has worked large-scale CNC cutting projects, including the exterior architectural detailing of Te Oro - Glenn Innes Music and Arts Centre, Auckland.
Lattey is now able to offer professional CNC cutting services in Hawkes Bay.


DESIGN INPUT TO MATCH YOUR NEEDS

We can output from most file types and work alongside you to develop your design. We commonly work with Rhinoceros, a very powerful free-forming software package that works universally with most file types. We are able to import or produce 2D and 3D CAD files to match your needs. Give us a call to find out what's possible.

Cutting and Casting for a Better World

The sustainable bench seat developed by St John's College students has now been cast. Jason, our CNC and precast expert is keeping an eye on it until the end of the school break. We will then be able to reveal the final work. 

Lattey's CNC team is proud to support this project. The concept involves incorporating small beads of recycled plastic with concrete, with the aim of gaining in strength and durability as well as developing new means to re-utilise our plastic wastes.

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