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Steelway Cellar Doors Invests in Laser to Expand Capabilities

Steelway Cellar Doors invested in a TRUMPF TruLaser 1030 3 kW laser.

Steelway Cellar Doors recently invested in a Trumpf 1030 TruLaser from Mid-Atlantic Machinery to further its production capabilities. Since 1963, Steelway has been a long-standing manufacturer and installer of cellar doors and egress systems. The company provides service and products throughout the tri-state area with, and nationally with Today, the company makes everything from custom steel cellar doors, egress, diamond door plates, window wells, and pre-fabricated steel cellar entrances, and now is adding a contract manufacturing division.

Previously, Steelway handled most of its manufacturing on a plasma cutting machine. "After installing the TRUMPF TruLaser 1030 3 kW, Steelway quickly started to see ROI," said a company spokesperson. "From less waste to quicker part times, the overall efficiency from the 1030 TruLaser has increased production and expanded service offerings." Since purchasing the TRUMPF TruLaser 1030 3 kW, the company has been able to further diversify business through contract manufacturing.

"With our new TRUMPF TruLaser 1030 3 kW we have eliminated the need to outsource, and we are also diversifying our business by taking on jobs for others in the area that need laser cutting services," said Steelway Chief Operating Officer Larry Conroy. "We look forward to taking on new projects, expanding our product line and utilizing both nitrogen and oxygen gases to cut more materials."

The TruLaser 1030 fiber cuts a wide range of sheet thicknesses (1 mm to 25 mm) while PierceLine enables operators to pierce the sheet metal quickly and protect the machine.

For more information contact:

Steelway Cellar Doors

290 E Church Road

King of Prussia, PA 19406


Mid-Atlantic Machinery

6332 Flank Drive

Harrisburg, PA 17112


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