We fabricate and install custom commercial countertops
Traditionally, our work encompasses corporate, education, healthcare and retail spaces. We work directly with architects, developers and general contractors to follow design ideas from sketch to installation.
We also import custom designed countertops for hotels, multifamily andsenior living residents. We are experienced in assisting with pre-construction consulting and budgeting cost studies of various material types.
We are easy to do business with
SCI works directly with architects, builders, developers and general contractors. We believe that, as a sub-contractor, we have the responsibility to represent your brand to your customers, to be easy to do business with and be price competitive.
Every commercial sale is assigned an in-house Project Manager to collude and communicate material movement, freight receipts, fabrication status and other reports tailored to meet the needs of the project. We are poised to collaborate at every step, at every level and with any lead professional on any given project.
Experience, Technology & Trending Materials
We are professionals experienced in estimating, project management, digital templating, CAD, fabrication, and installation.
We use the latest technology in CNC programing, water jet cutting and polishing techniques to produce a better fit, a better finish, a better countertops.
Not only do we deliver, our sales promise is relevant.
We’ve introduced a modern manufacturing mentality to a fabrication industry. That adds efficiency, helps minimize mistakes and allows for system fine-tuning.
End result? Fantastically designed & fabricated countertops in a timely manor!
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CNC machining is a process that involves the use of computers to control machine tools. With both two (2) 3-Axis and one (1) 5-Axis CNC machines, ASST’s Production Planning Team has the expert knowledge and technology to get your project efficiently completed.
This is a manufacturing process where a plastic sheet is heated to a pliable forming temperature, formed to a specific shape in a mold, and trimmed to create a usable product.
The sheet, or “film” when referring to thinner gauges and certain material types, is heated in an oven to a high-enough temperature that permits it to be stretched into or onto a mold and cooled to a finished shape. Its simplified version is vacuum forming.
In its simplest form, a small tabletop or lab size machine can be used to heat small cut sections of plastic sheet and stretch it over a mold using vacuum. This method is often used for sample and prototype parts. In complex and high-volume applications, very large production machines are utilized to heat and form the plastic sheet and trim the formed parts from the sheet in a continuous high-speed process, and can produce many thousands of finished parts per hour depending on the machine and mold size and the size of the parts being formed.
Thermoforming differs from injection molding, blow molding, rotational molding and other forms of processing plastics. Thin-gauge thermoforming is primarily the manufacture of disposable cups, containers, lids, trays, blisters, clamshells, and other products for the food, medical, and general retail industries. Thick-gauge thermoforming includes parts as diverse as vehicle door and dash panels, refrigerator liners, utility vehicle beds, and plastic pallets.