Looking to upgrade the CNC machining capabilities at several of their 28 locations throughout the United States and Canada, Trulite Glass & Aluminum Solutions turned to CMS North America. Ultimately, Trulite will be receiving 11 Brembana VERTEC CNC vertical machining centers, to be delivered in the first quarter of this year.
Trulite Glass & Aluminum Solutions is one of the largest fabricators of architectural glass and aluminum in North America. The company specializes in architectural aluminum, insulated units, mirrors, and tempered, laminated, and decorative glass components, all manufactured in-house by Trulite. To ensure that their products continue to meet the high standards of quality that customers have come to expect, Trulite knew they needed the best and most versatile CNC machining technology available. Having used our innovative CNC equipment in the past, they knew CMSNA was the place to get it.
“Trulite locations throughout North American have had a very successful partnership in the past years with numerous CMS CNC machines already supporting our operations. We are excited to continue [that partnership] with these latest purchases,” said Trulite Executive Vice President Paul Mahedy. “Very competitive cycle times [and] ease of operator use, combined with the most efficient operating cost makes CMS CNC machines an ideal choice for Trulite. We look forward to our continued partnership with CMS Brembana.”
Our Brembana family of CNC systems are specially engineered for high speed, high precision production of glass pieces of all shapes and sizes. The Brembana line includes CNC machining centers, CNC glass cutting tables, and vertical CNC drill and milling machines, as well as integrated lines and customized systems.
Trulite’s VERTEC vertical mills will be installed and calibrated by CMS’ expert technicians to guarantee perfect accuracy, precision, and repeatability. Included with Trulite’s machining centers will be AutoCam software and SPM (Smart Production Manager) for the management of bar code, CNC, and data files, operator interaction, and overall machine supervision.