On the occasion of the EPHJ-EPMT-SMT 2019, Allemand Frères, specialist in workstations for watchmakers and jewellers, will present its latest innovations on its R67 booth. This year, the two strategic focuses of development and innovation have been the modularity and long-term sustainability of workstations.
The new Finework modular watchmaker’s system, which will be unveiled at this 2019 edition, makes it possible to organise drawers according to individual needs and desires at any given time. To increase the flexibility of the workbenches, Allemand Frères also offers a new technical rail composed of small square boxes that can be moved as desired. Lamp, connectors, compressed air/vacuum, electrical outlets: it is up to the user to choose the location of these various accessories on the workbench. There is thus no more need to have workstations designed for left-handed or right-handed people, since these versions can be adapted in a few seconds.
Always at the forefront of technology, the Biel/Bienne-based company offers its products in intelligent materials based on nanotechnologies providing low light-reflection, extreme opacity, anti-marking, scratch- and abrasion-resistance features, etc.
Whether watchmaker’s and jeweller’s workbenches or watch supply storage systems, the company’s products are distinguished by the quality of their finishes, the diversity of models, the sizes available as well as by a multitude of details and specialities. Their modularity and longevity have won over some of the biggest names in the watch and jewellery industry.
June 06, 2019