The Cooper Group
The Cooper Group is a collaboration of skilled craftsmen and designers who share in the commitment to preserving New England's rich architectural heritage. When it comes to crafting the heritage double-hung style which is essential for authenticity in historical buildings, the Crafter shines.
When we started working with Duratherm Window Corporation, we were excited about the opportunity to work with one of North America's foremost producers of windows and doors, with a reputation for uncompromising quality and precision.
Castlewood Doors use a Soukup America CRAFTER to build highly custom doors, built to the exacting specifications of their client.
Millwork Artisans are known for building classic windows fit for the heritage buildings which Charleston is known for. The Crafter shines with its distinct capability to produce double-hung style sliding sash windows in this style, with a horn-milling unit which saves significant time.
Katerra's goal is nothing less than revolutionizing home construction- it's a challenge we were up for.
Reilly Architetural is one of North America's premiere makers of highly custom bespoke windows and doors. Curved windows with graceful arches and highly custom openings are the norm when creating some of the most ambitious fenestration in the marketplace.
Bear Mountain Works
Bear Mountain Works is dedicated to designing and fabricating the finest custom woodwork in the Northeast. From elegant kitchens and custom parquet flooring systems, to long lasting windows and doors.
Fontrick Door Inc., established in 1991 by Michael Fontaine and Thomas Bathrick, is a high end custom hardwood door and window manufacturer. Located in Batavia, NY, Fontrick Door offers many specialty door and window products, including; Bifolding Doors and windows, Dutch Doors, Fire Doors, Flus
Todi & Boys Ltd
Having extensively researched the machinery market, Todi & Boys found various options but none that could be supplied from one manufacturer – or indeed anyone who knew how to produce UK windows and doors!
Wood & Wisdom
The company saw the first installation of a CRAFTER machine in the UK. Adam King, owner of the company, says: "This investment has started a complete change from conventional joinery to modern, efficient window production.
Featured a complex supply of production technology to India. They use dried teak timber which they glue together window scantlings which are machined on a WIZARD 4L machining center.
Since the company's beginning the direction was clear – use the knock-down window manufacturing system. The WIZARD 4L machining center with the latest IV78-92 tooling brought a new way of manufacturing and by using our WinCreator also software independence.
An example of a classic joinery company is Joinery Novák. The company is located in the center of Uherský Brod has been building its reputation since the early 1990´s.
It has been many years since the company owners first took away tools from us in the boot of their car to produce their first "68". Today, the company in the picturesque region Podkrkonoší produces a wide range of 68-78-88 windows, entrance doors and HS portals on the line WIZARD DRILLEX.
In Kublov, in the region of Křivoklátsko, there has been a family company since 1993 with which our company has been supplying machinery and tools especially for window and door manufacture.
A special design of Finnish windows enables only production of sashes on the window line.
The machining center WIZARD 3S is a representative of the traditional construction of machines for window production. In this Hungarian family company the production focuses on the widespread windows IV68 and IV92 designed for low-energy houses.
Oknotherm has built a line for the production of wooden windows, incorporating machines from Soukup, to complement its plastic and aluminum window manufacturing capability. The company focuses on classic Euro-windows IV78-92, as well as wood-aluminum windows, HS portals and products for dimanding
In their newly opened facility, which was built on the site of their original facility in Dalovice, they have installed machining technology for the knock-down system of producing wooden windows.
A company from Central Slovakia is clearly focused on exclusive products. Investing in their own window development and in cooperation with the Passive House Institute has paid off and opened up access to demanding markets in Europe and the United States.
They use the knock-down system for producing outward opening and sliding windows. The production of sliding windows with their sophisticated and diverse nature using the knock-down system has been particularly successful since this has never previously been achieved using a knock-down system.
Tischlerei Lothar König GmbH & Co. KG
The company König in Rammenau is a longstanding customer of the Italian company Zuani which has supplied them with a huge amount of tools during the last 10 years.
Estonian company Rehpol is specialized in production of wooden and plastic windows and doors.
Slovak company Eurookna Kunaj produces special flush windows with concealed fittings. Their production was based on a CNC machining center which, however, couldn't ensure the sufficient capacity. Adding machine Wizard 4L for a knock-down method created an ideal combination.
STAR OKNA from Kladno began working on our first machine Crafter ever in 2010. After five years we added a boring machine Versa and a cross-cut saw Crossline 500.
What would the founder of the machinery woodworking Jan Prazak, with a Viennese joiner apprenticeship certificate, say about nowadays knock-down system in window production.
Received our first delivery to the Russian Federation in the Chechen Republic (Caucasus) in the southern part of Russia. Our WIZARD 4L machining center, along with a center for producing arches ARCUS, produced windows in the thickness of 68 mm at the beginning.
A company of the family glazing and joinery firm's successor, after moving to new premises, has been recently investing not only in the window line Crafter, but especially in new tools to follow the latest trends of window production.