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Local fabricators slash lead time in ATM and gaming console manufacture

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article image Sevaan Group CEO Mr Tony Panrucker

Leading Australian technical fabricator Sevaan Group Pty Ltd has been able to achieve a drastic reduction in lead time in the manufacture of gaming machine and ATM enclosures.

Sevaan Group’s ability to reduce lead times in the manufacture of gaming machine and ATM enclosures from 26 weeks by overseas companies to just a fortnight locally has raised the company’s credentials as a bona fide manufacturer for the industry.

Enclosures for casinos and banks call for high levels of accuracy and quality of finish while respecting a specified budget and time schedule. Company CEO, Mr Tony Panrucker explains that quick turnarounds are critical; waiting months for the hardware costs money to venue owners as well as banks. 

According to Mr Tony Panrucker, the sheetmetal fabrication job involves high tolerance work as they are required to machine all sorts of components that are slotting into each other. Sevaan Group employs all of their world class technologies to make the components that slot into the bodies as well as all sorts of enclosures to designing specifications. Their finishing plant and all other ancillary services allow the company to function as a one-stop engineering and machining facility with an in-house quality assurance system.

The sheetmetal fabricator is able to offer a very favourable and short two-week lead time as opposed to 26 weeks commonly sourced from overseas suppliers.

Sevaan Group has gained recognition as a specialist fabricator for difficult or unusual fabrication projects not taken up by other sheetmetal companies. The company has proven credentials for projects using innovative laser cutting, punching, shearing, welding and bending techniques on sheet metal and powder coat finishing. 

All enclosures are built to contain some of the most sensitive electronics and tough enough to withstand any sort of bumps or transport collisions.

Mr Panrucker comments that projects for gaming machines and ATMs can be quite complex for a technical fabricator but are indicative of the types of challenges regularly undertaken by Sevaan Group.

The company also ensures specialised packaging so that the product reaches its destination in any part of Australia or the world without damage.

Sevaan Group serves a variety of industries including banking, government, telecommunications, automotive, electrical and electronics, mining, defence, general manufacturing, transport and railway sector.

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