Neal Jones Furniture are pleased to announce the acquisition of the latest Bacci Master TGV 6 axis CNC cutting machine for their new specialist marine chair workshop. This purchase takes the total investment in their new Lancaster facility over £1 million.
The Bacci Master was selected after extensive research by Operations Director, John Lambert, who travelled to Italy to select final options at the factory. John says, “combined with our existing 3 axis CNC, the new Bacci cutter provides us with an industry leading capability to create complex chair components quickly and precisely. These components are hand finished and assembled by our team of cabinet makers, substantially reducing timescales and costs, yet maintaining the highest quality standards”.
The new workshop has been opened to meet demand for the Neal Jones Furniture ‘semi-custom’ marine chair range from the burgeoning Super Yacht industry. From an extensive pattern book, customers can choose from a wide range of options and customisations to create highly personalised furniture. This combination of the latest technology and artisan craftsmen allows Neal Jones Furniture to continue to supply beautifully designed furniture of the highest quality at a highly competitive price.
Founder, Neal Jones says “Our furniture making process begins with the designer’s hand sketched ideas and ends with the skills of the traditional artisan cabinet maker. In between is a digital process encompassing CAD design and robotised wood cutting and shaping. As an ‘old school’ furniture maker, I find this very exciting”.
Neal Jones Furniture will be exhibiting some of their latest ‘semi-custom’ variations at the forthcoming Monaco Yacht Show 27th-30th September.