Staying Ahead Of The Curve With Sheerline’s In-House Profile Bending Service

by | Mar 27, 2024 | Trade News

Sheerline’s commitment to continual investment has seen the installation of a £270,000 TIM-ING Profile Bending Machine at its’ Derbyshire HQ. As a result, the company is offering a new specialist profile bending service, enabling fabricators to order arched, curved and round windows.  

This latest expansion of capabilities is all part of Sheerline’s strategic commitment to continual investment, ensuring its’ facilities remain technologically advanced, and helping the company’s customers to stay ahead of their competition, claims the company. 

TIM-ING’s equipment offers some of the most advanced bending machinery for aluminium and PVC profiles in the world. There are 3D cameras within the machine, which enable it to be automated for efficiency and to ensure repeatable quality.

This announcement coincides with a growing demand for arched windows. Sheerline understands that properties with character and heritage features require specialist solutions that ensure homeowners can renovate properties sympathetically, without compromise.  

Sheerline prides itself on offering bespoke services to its fabricator partners, because it understands how important it is for fabricators and installers to be able to match their customers needs’.

In addition, customers can choose from standard, custom, or dual colour choices without increasing lead-times. Providing an agile, robust service by keeping everything in-house, from aluminium extrusion to painting, and now profile bending.  

Sheerline’s technical production director, Ross Hartshorn, said: “This announcement, and the installation of our specialist profile bending machine, is another step in our strategic investment plan that ensures we stay at the forefront of the aluminium industry – it’s one of the things that differentiates us from other manufacturers.”

“There’s a reason we’ve gained a reputation for being an industry leader in such a short period. We aren’t afraid to take on historical challenges and offer solutions that benefit our customers.” he added.

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