Trademark Universal Stone Finds the Perfect Robotic Solution
After a mis-fire with a Northwood robot system, Trademark Universal Stone learned first hand about the value of installing a Robo SawJet from BACA Systems.
Upholding a Family Legacy with the Latest Stone Fabrication Technology
When Rumford Stone entered the stone fabrication business in the early 1990s, it meant that the company’s owners, Vince & Todd Trento, were following a family tradition.
Emerald Coast Uses Robotics for Stone Fabrication, Marketing
Emerald Coast Fabrication, a premier provider of granite, marble, and quartz countertops in the Florida Panhandle, isn’t a novice in the use of sawjets. But when it came time to replace its existing Northwood sawjet, Emerald Coast followed its tradition of innovation with an eye towards the future and decided a state-of-the-art Robo SawJet from BACA Systems would save time, increase yield, and improve accuracy.
Mainland Stoneworks Charts a New Course Using Robotics
Mainland Stoneworks isn’t afraid to try something new. After charting a new course to survive the crash of the housing market in 2006, the business is again reinventing itself through the latest robotic automation technology available for the stone industry.
Moving Up: Creative Design Interiors Expands Capacity with Robotic Technology
When outfitting its newest manufacturing facility, Sacramento-based Creative Design Interiors sought a high-production workflow solution providing the lowest operating costs and greatest reliability.
Breaking Down the Wall: RockTops Makes a Name for Itself
The stone industry can be a hard one to thrive in, but Kansas City-based RockTops is using the latest waterjet and robotics technologies to carve out a niche in the fabrication of ultra-compact materials.
Classic Quality Powered by Leading-Edge Technology
Adopting the robotics technology of the future lets Classic Granite & Marble continue to dedicate itself to the quality and customer service of the past.
MEES Tile & Marble Reinvents Itself Through Robotics
After 81 years, Mees Tile & Marble is reinventing itself through the latest stone fabrication technology. CEO Todd Meyer is the third generation of his family involved in the business. His son, Clayton, who runs one of the company’s locations, is the fourth.Founded as a tile installation business in 1937 out of Cincinnati, the company started dealing in stone in 1954. “It’s grown from there,” Todd Meyer said.