New CAD service from Premier Arches set to help fabricators get ahead

Within the arched frame market, it can often be difficult to envisage what the exact product will look like before it’s been made, which can sometimes lead to misunderstandings between fabricators and their customers.

But thanks to a new full CAD service from leading arched and angled frame manufacturer Premier Arches, customers can easily see beforehand exactly what they’re getting.

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The company manufactures arched, angled, gable, circular and entirely bespoke windows and doors in a range of systems, supplying to fabricators, installers and local builders across the UK.

Managing Director Sean Greenall comments: “One of our core principles at Premier Arches is to provide a ‘make life easier’ offering to our customers, and one way we achieve this is through our new free and professional CAD drawing service. This allows our customers to see exactly what they are getting before the manufacturing process, and also enables them to in turn show their customers what the finished frame will look like, thereby eliminating any confusion about the complex products we offer.

“Our CAD service is beneficial to both our customers and our manufacturing team, allowing for designs to easily be changed if needed, and also making it easier for our fabricators to collaborate with each other during the manufacturing process. In the long term, this will help our manufacturers work faster and smarter, reduce production costs, and ultimately lead to quicker project completion.”

“When it comes to profile bending, most fabricators simply don’t have the time or the tools to do this themselves, and so we aim to provide those unique products that they don’t want to make. It’s therefore vital that we make this process as easy as possible, and with our new CAD service, our customers can rest assured that they are getting the exact products they need, backed by honest and open customer service, and a ‘make life easier’ offering that will help them get ahead of the competition.”

For more information, visit www.premierarches.co.uk.