Kombimatec Pours Into DAWS

Fabricator DAWS has increased its production capabilities with the purchase of a second AMC308 Automatic CNC machining centre – the sixth Kombimatec machine to join its operations in three years.

Door and Windows Systems or DAWS, as the company is better known, fabricates in Smarts Systems’ aluminium profile and specialises in supplying trade customers with aluminium doors, windows, bi-folds and sliding doors.


 “We're have installed another Kombimatec machine to help us continue to grow our business and increase efficiencies without compromising on the standards our customers demand.”

– Robbie Rogers 

Director, DAWS


Quick set-up

“Kombimatec provide us with what we need, with a supportive service to get kit installed and up and running along with any staff training that is needed, so we can quickly and easily increase our output and streamline our production process without disrupting our existing operations,” says DAWS Rogers.



The AMC308 3+1 Axis machining centre features an intuitive touchscreen interface and fully-automatic cycle, programmed with built-in macros. A 5HP electro spindle, inverter driven to 18,000rpm, makes it suitable for routing aluminium and light steel profiles. It also has an ISO30 ‘Quick Change Tool Holder’ and automatic tool change cabinet, workbench rotation of 0-90-180 degrees. It has both front- and end-loading options for longer profiles.

“Our AMC308 provides precision and reliability, which is why valued customers like DAWS come back to us when they need to ensure they are supplying quality door and window products in the most cost-effective way,” says Kombimatec director, David Parsons. “Our machining centres are user-friendly, easy to programme and automate those traditionally time-consuming tasks so operations are faster and more accurate, freeing up manpower and reducing wastage too.”


Picture: The AMC308 3+1 Axis Machining Centre


Article written by Cathryn Ellis
22nd February 2023


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