Tube Fabrication Machines
Winton uncoilers feed copper and aluminum off a bulk spool into a Straight Tube Cutoff or other Tube Fabrication machines. The addition of a payoff to your operation can save you material and labor costs.
Our fully automated tube fabrication systems are designed for high-volume production. We can take your existing operation and combine several steps into a single fabrication operation.
High volume production is the name of the game when it comes to bending copper for refrigeration applications. This is where Winton has been successful providing equipment to cut, bend, and end form tubing to OEMs all around the world.
The spectrum of fabrication equipment has ranged from simple CNC tube benders to high volume transfer machines used to impart several operations on a single work piece in just a few seconds.
One of our goals is to engineer a solution that best fits the needs of our customers. This may be fullfilled utilizing one of Winton’s standard products, modifying our equipment, or a complete engineered solution. Whatever the need, Winton is dedicated to figuring out the best and most economical solution to be sure that our customers benefit from their return on investment.
Give us a call today at 888-321-1499 or fill out our contact us form online. We look forward to helping your bottom line.
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About the Machines We Build
Our factory automation solutions are used to help manufacture the NASA Mars Exploration Rover, Mars 2020, Raytheon Iron Dome Weapon System used to help protect over 8 million people in Israel to mass production of refrigerators built on General Electric assembly lines.
Winton Machine designs and manufacturers all our machinery onsite in Suwanee, Georgia – just northeast of Atlanta. We manufacture over 100 different machines and have also developed our own proprietary software that is used exclusively on Winton Machine products. The company continues to expand our core line of tube and coax fabrication equipment by adding customer-requested features and creating engineered solutions for the specific manufacturing needs of customers.