Improve operational efficiencies and cold formed steel precision with the technologically advanced roll forming equipment from FRAMECAD. Designed and manufactured in New Zealand; FRAMECAD's roll forming equipment integrates innovative engineering, design and production software to produce frames, trusses and joists that are ready to be assembled with ease.
The world's most efficient design and manufacturing technology for cold formed steel, FRAMECAD equipment utilises a specialised servo-drive motor combined with a world-leading encoder system, creating punches, cuts and chamfers with less than 0.01mm tolerance.
The FRAMECAD system is the intelligent solution for organisations desiring to deliver large scale production and projects. It uses FRAMECAD® patented technology to give a smart lean design, engineering and fabrication process.
With Internet connectivity and the online access to FRAMECAD business support tools; FRAMECAD roll forming equipment provides cloud-based data reporting to enable real time production management and technical diagnostics to improve efficiency and accuracy.
The main challenge of this construction was the complexity of the veranda roof design with overhangs, different roof heights and the main roof structure which did not line up with the veranda roof.
The system is cost-effective, so budgets go further. Our clients can create more housing for the same money. And you do it in a much faster time, so you cut labour costs. You also save on delivery costs, because you can flat-pack a lot more steel trusses onto a truck. You’re scoring all the way.
It was the most practical solution to an urgent problem to get some facilities up and running as quickly and simply as possible. I sent the plans the next day and they immediately went ahead and built quite a number of these units in a very short space of time
Pakistan’s government is on a mission to improve health and education infrastructure with all urgency, and it is FRAMECAD technology that is helping them meet tight construction deadlines on schools and hospitals -- three times faster than they were four years ago.