The Haffner Murat team are once again celebrating a very successful FIT Show, with high levels of interest shown across their machinery range. Dave Thomas, Haffner Murat’s Managing Director said, “Our stand was busy throughout the three days with particular interest shown in our new SC220/60 aluminium machining centre. The interest we had in our machines proved that people are actively looking to invest in their businesses.”
The new SC220/60 aluminium machining centre was certainly the popular choice for fabricators looking to take the next step in aluminium automation and Haffner Murat chose the FIT show to unveil this latest machine. The new machining centre offers the perfect combination of cutting and machining aluminium profiles with high speed precision and accuracy.
Equally as popular were industry stalwarts the SBA machining centres. The key to their success and continued popularity is the process of continuous innovation that ensures they continue to deliver the features and benefits that today’s PVC-u fabricators need. The machines have a heavy duty design and use top quality parts to ensure years of trouble-free service.
Finally, the successful Haffner’s SMR-4 four head welder, which welds corners/transoms and cruciform on all heads was a big talking point. Quite simply, like all automation equipment, the machine saves time, reduces the need for skilled labour and dramatically increases quality. The heads position automatically, there is automatic corner and transom support fence positioning and there is also self-centering transom alignment on all heads.
With such a successful show under its belt, it’s hardly surprising that the Haffner Murat team is already turning their thoughts to the 2019 show. Dave says, “The FIT Show is a great opportunity to catch up with existing customers and make connections with new ones. It allows fabricators to see for themselves the quality in the Haffner Murat machinery and the vital support that we have to offer. We are truly delighted with the calibre of leads we have received this year and we’re already looking forward to the 2019 show.