Affordable invests in Supercut saw centre

Affordable Window Systems has invested approximately £250,000 in a new Supercut saw centre to increase manufacturing capacity for its Timberlook range.

Since its launch seven years ago, Affordable has reported incredible growth for Timberlook, with over 65,000 flush sash frames manufactured to date.

To meet this growing demand, Affordable Window Systems has invested in the SC6 model Supercut saw centre from Avantek. Unlike typical machines that grip profiles on the inside, the SC6 saw centre utilises external gripping for enhanced accuracy and speed, and features three TCT saw blades.

This investment follows a new, purpose-built, multi-million-pound factory which opened last year.

“At Affordable, we have always placed a specific emphasis on growth and future development. Our new Supercut SC6 saw centre will play a pivotal role in meeting the growing demand for our Timberlook windows and doors,” commented Amelia Gaughan, head of marketing at Affordable Window Systems.

“The Timberlook range has grown from a small section of our factory to occupying nearly half of the space, and we’re continuing to invest in this range so we can meet the demand we have seen from our national network of installers.

“This new saw centre marks a really exciting time at Affordable. We always strive to produce high-quality products and are continually searching for profitable gaps in the market. Without giving too much away, installers can expect some updates to our Timberlook flush sash French and single doors styles very soon!”