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HARRIS KITCHEN: FINDING THE PERFECT PARTNER

A versatile SCM nesting machine perfect for a range of joinery applications, is able to size, drill and rout nested panels. Brady Harris: “For each new home, I typically design, manufacture and install the kitchen, walk-in pantry, laundry, study and barbecue area. I needed a machine that would to be able to cope with different applications and outputs to be able to deliver the different designs I need for each element”.

 

Running a company on your own is no easy feat. Running a successful com - pany on your own and doubling your turnover in 12 months is an even bigger ac - complishment, but one that Brady Harris, of Harris Kitchen Joinery was able to achieve after his first year of operation. Perfecting his craft throughout his career with a number of well-known commercial kitchen companies, Brady has quickly become known around the Hawkesbury Region of Sydney for his attention to detail and high level of craftsmanship. The majority of Harris Kitch - ens & Joinery’s projects are top-end, custom built private homes where the average build cost is well over a million dollars.

Brady’s rise to this level of production was no accident. “Starting out on my own, it was im - mediately decisive providing my joinery with the right working machines" says Brady who invested in a SCM CNC Nesting. 

A versatile nesting machine perfect for a range of joinery applications, which is able to size, drill and rout nested panels. “For each new home, I typically design, manufacture and in - stall the kitchen, walk-in pantry, laundry, study and barbecue area. I needed a machine that would to be able to cope with different appli - cations and outputs to be able to deliver the different designs I need for each element,” says Brady.

The design process with a new client usually starts with a 3D floorplan; however the next step in translating the design to a machining output can often be time consuming. “Moreover, the Scm nesting working center has perfectly been integrated with the Xcab Software” says Brady. “I used to meticulously plan my projects by hand, but with Xcab & the CNC Machine I just enter in my cabinets and export the design – it has worked out to an  average saving of 25 hours for each job”.

“SCM was definitely the right choice for me” states Brady. “The hours saved in the design process and the accuracy of the finished panels means that I can guarantee my clients a quality product that is delivered on time, something that is extremely important in the process of building a home.” 

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