Depending on the complexity of the loudspeaker cabinet design and the acoustic properties required by the customer, various materials are used and combined. Our core skill is in producing 'bowed' speaker casings comprising moulded wood components. But we also make simpler rectangular casings using MDF sheets. For the outer surface we use sliced veneer made from a range of wood varieties.
Our machines and facilities are geared up for large-scale production. As a basic principle, the greater the production volume, the more economically we can produce it. But small production runs can also be achieved. Regular repeated commissions help to make the process more efficient. Working with you, we will work out the design details to achieve maximum manufacturing efficiency. We can also produce prototypes should you require them.
We adopt a zero-tolerance approach to defects. Quality increases cost-effectiveness, reduces costs and ensures competitiveness. It is not just the defects themselves that must be addressed, but their causes. Prevention is better than cure.
Wooden moulded parts are made from a natural material, which is always subject to variation in quality. As components of loudspeaker casings, our products are subject to downward pressures on price as well as exacting demands in terms of tolerance, surface quality and texture.
We reconcile these seemingly conflicting demands by talking to our customers in detail in the early stages of a project and agreeing with them what the options are.
The latest CNC-controlled processing facilities and highly skilled staff guarantee maximum precision in parts processing and assembly, both of which are essential for adhering to strict tolerance specifications.
Colour, finish and texture are the main properties to consider for the surface. Experienced staff and modern facilities ensure your specifications are met.