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Quickform Automated Moulding

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Sample image Established in November 2004, Quickform Automated Moulding has the largest 5-axis CNC router available in WA for mould manufacturing.

State Of The Art Technology

Sample image Combined with a wealth of industry experience, Quickform can rapidly turn concepts into precise prototypes, moulds and finished products.

Custom Projects

Sample image Our skilled design team and experienced mould manufacturers will help turn your idea into a finished product.

WA's Largest 5-Axis CNC Router

CNC Router WA's Largest 5-Axis CNC Router. Established in November 2004, Quickform Automated Moulding has the largest 5-Axis CNC router available in Western Australia. With a capacity of 14.5m x 6m and height of 2.9m Quickform has the capabilities to take on the largest of projects. Quickform also offers laser scanning for reverse engineering.

Using a combination of state-of-the-art technology and a wealth of industry experience, Quickform can rapidly turn concepts into precise prototypes, finished moulds and if required, finished products.

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State Of The Art Technology

State of the art technology - Quickform CNC Router

Quickform's full 5-axis CNC router has a working capacity of 14.5m x 6m with a height of 2.9m.  This is combined with the latest in CAD/CAM technology to offer high speed machining of models, patterns and moulds.  We use the highest quality materials available to ensure the end product is of the highest standard possible.

Advanced design and 5-axis machining software allows Quickform to create machined plugs, patterns and moulds to customer specifications.  Our CAD/CAM capabilities offer a wide range of file transfer and software compatibility.  The router can also be fitted with a laser scanner, allowing Quickform to reverse engineer even the most complex of objects.

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Custom Projects

Window cut outsQuickform recently built the moulds for the new Leighton Beach development in North Fremantle.

Three main moulds, each measuring 4.2 by 2.8m, and 12 inserts were made. The inserts make the cut outs for the window and ends of the building (pictured). There is a 20 mm expansion gap between each of the 62 panels.

Due to the required draw angle on the mould, every single curve, radius and straight line had to be redrawn - all 3000 of them.

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Our Capabilities

13D CAD linked to a 5-axis simultaneous router
2 Laser scanning for reverse engineering
3 Extensive experience in fibreglass moulds
4Gelcoating
5 Lamination and chopper gun
6Large plugs, patterns and moulds