The FRAMECAD Twin head decoiler is an option that customers can choose to replace the standard Single head decoiler. This enables customers to always have a spare steel coil loaded on the decoiler which drastically reduces the change over time of coils. This means a big reduction in down time between coil changes for increased production output.
CFS construction allows developers to meet tight timelines without compromising on quality and allows fast construction of Mid-Rise buildings including; apartments, commercial office buildings, hotels, aged care facilities and more.
The highly accurate and accelerated production of the FRAMECAD system means that walls, trusses and joists can be prefabricated off site at rapid speed. The streamlined FRAMECAD roll forming equipment takes up minimal space and allows for easy assembly.
Façade systems comprise the structural elements that the building envelope is created from, a wide variety of facade treatments and shapes may be created using CFS, including large ribbon windows, curved and inclined walls, solar shading and balconies.
See how a social house can be quickly and easily built using the steel framing and an indication of building systems, used in the FRAMECAD system.
Taynr based in Sacramento California have introduced FRAMECAD steel framing technology to their business and are now able to panelise CFS wall panels in a little over 2 minutes. Taynr is excited about the introduction of FRAMECAD technology and how they will change the way homes are being built.
US construction companies are turning more and more to cold-formed steel (CFS), and FRAMECAD partner Intellisteel is revolutionizing how these steel framed structures are built. Another successful onsite construction project delivered by Intellisteel in only 13.5 weeks.
Light Gauge Steel - SBS Group's top choice for top levels. Taking advantage of the opportunity that light gauge steel offers, providing smart building alternatives and solutions to builders, architects and contractors across Australia with pre-fabricated light gauge steel framing systems.
This project showcases the construction of the Hyatt Place Westminster in Colorado in USA by Douglas Colony. It is a 6-level, 156-room hotel. All 644 wall panels for this project were erected in just 17 working days using a 6-man crew (this project included only wall panel erection - no floor install, or concrete work).