Using specialised software we develop three-dimensional (3D) models of our field workspace representing a physical body from a collection of points in 3D space, connected by various geometric entities such as triangles, lines, curved surfaces, etc. We continually innovate and invest to make our field desks as sturdy and as easy to setup as possible.
All the parts that make up the field workspace are cut out using a high precision 2D CNC laser cutter with a 4.4kw laser beam cutter.
With CNC control and a precision of 0.1mm, parts are bend into desired shapes by a 200-tonne force bending machine.
All parts are then hand grinded to achieve the best quality result in terms of accuracy and surface finish
Parts are assembled by using TIG welding to give extra strength and durability, before being bathed for anodisation.
Finally, the field workspace goes through a quality control process to ensure load, dimensions and reliability meet the specifications.