Raw material storage


Cutup station


Wood supply


Double tenoning profiling machine




Frame presses


Mortising machines


Double milling machine


Profiling machine for opening sash


Calibrating sanding machine


Sash finishing area


Opening sash finishing area


Treating and painting area


Hardware area


Glazing table


Siliconing and quality control

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85% of our production is made with wood precuts coming straight from Asia through our wood trading company.

Although we also buy raw wood, the vast majority of our stock consists of precuts shipped to us in 40m3-containers, in fixed lengths available from 80cm to 300~350cm by 10-cm increments.

Those precuts are used in 2 of our departments: the window frame department (in 72×86) and the door department (in 72×124). We reduce those lengths if needed and use raw wood for each specific order outsizing those fixed lengths.

Our cutup station consists of the following machines:

4-side profiling machine
This machine shapes profiles in one pass. Its 7 shafts allow us to process wood lengths on 4 sides.

Panel saw
We equipped this conventional machine with an oversized blade so as to be able to cut wood panels.

Band saw
We also use this saw for board edging purposes. Its cutting quality is slightly inferior to the one of the panel saw (with a circular blade) but its speed is considerably higher.

Cut-off saw
We use this saw to cut wood pieces to the desired length.


This is where planed down wood lengths are stored and kept at the disposal of our operators for the manufacture of window frames. All these wood lengths have already been processed by the 4-side profiling machine and comply with the dimensions needed for the production of windows and doors.


This double tenoning profiling machine is the key actor of our production line. That is where we start the manufacture of our frames (opening sash, sash, doors). This machine handles approximately 85% of the frame machining.


This small conventional shaper is used by many a traditional woodworker. Its machining principle is the same as the one of our 4-side profiling machine described above, except that it works on one side at a time.


S + S frame press
This machine is our main frame press. We use it on a daily basis for the assembly of bigger frames.

STROMAB frame press
Although it is able to assemble bigger frames, we dedicate this frame press to our smaller, lighter frames (with removable lattice panels, for example).

Frame press for various shapes
This frame press is mainly used for assembling rounded, triangular, trapezoid, etc. pieces of wood.


Square chisel mortiser
This machine is used to cut square holes in lumbers. The machined mortises are square at the top and slightly rounded at the bottom.

Drill press
This mortiser is fitted with a drill bit and is used to cut oblong holes (for it swings while cutting).

Chain mortiser
This mortiser has an 8mm chain and is used to make drain holes. It is fixed and always produce the mortise at the same place.


We had this prototype custom-made to meet our specific production needs.


This machine profiles the outside of opening sashes. Only the inside profiles of frames are machined before assembly. Upon assembly, the outside profiles (which will receive the joint, the hardware, etc.) are machined.

The main particularity of this profiling machine is that it features a chain-drive system.

This is a digital-controlled machine. The operator chooses a previously encoded program corresponding to the type of window to be manufactured.


We use this 4-belt sanding machine to process assembled frames of up to 1.3m width. It works on both sides simultaneously.


All the finishing work on window sashes (which are usually more cumbersome) is executed in this vast work area.

We also use this work area for the assembly of all imitation arches and sliding frames. The finished sashes are then ready for painting.


We place the various profiles onto the opening sashes of our frames and doors. The finished opening sashes are then ready for painting.


We dip our frames in an insecticide fungicide solution. In case of a complete finish, the frames are sanded and painted twice in the spray-gun cabin.


In this area, we use an automatic table for fitting the hardware on our frames.


The operator fits the back-up material and installs the double glazing working by the book.

Note: We have equipped this work area with a system of mobile work tables with rails and caddies that allows our operators to work effortlessly and efficiently on frames and move them around between the various work areas.


Our production line features two automatic tables for the flawless siliconing of window frames.

Once ready, the window frames and doors are grouped by order numbers and put on waiting racks until their delivery.


hat's it! The order has been checked, checked again and is ready for delivery. Another happy customer! Remember that we can deliver on appointed time to your customers' but also on construction sites.

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