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Roof Trusses manufactured at ATT are designed using the Mitek suite of software. 
ATT utilises German high speed lineal feed cutting equipment offering millimetre accurate cutting and state of the art safety systems. 


Our machines’ unique features allow for multiple actions to occur as the boards progress through the cutting cycle including birdsmouth’s for Queensland hip ends, drilling girder bracket locations according to designed drawings , and mitring along with other customised options to provide the best cut product available for assembly.   


Multi head roof truss machinery the “Hydrapress” is the equipment of choice by ATT.  Three of the seven machines worldwide are in operation at our Nerang fabrication facility.  Understanding the need to stay abreast of new automation technology, the  machines have been fitted with cutting edge Allen Bradley control systems to achieve accuracy and uptime previously thought to be impossible.


Continuous reviewing of these machines are paramount to the successful manufacturing techniques established over the years with specific functions and innovations patented at the time of refurbishment.


The majority of all enhancements have directly been attributed to the experienced in house staff with the technical knowledge and the capabilities of our own specialised maintenance division.

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Our design department has a wealth of experience in both technical and tradespeople that can assist our customers in achieving the best results on site for the best return on investment. 


Our competitive advantage exists not only in volume but also technical know how to build anything from a lowset residential home to aged care facilities and commercial projects.


Standard girder brackets to girder trusses are fitted as standard practice reducing the time required on site for installation.


Timber is a renewable resource, timber also removes and stores greenhouse gases from the air. Approximately half the dry weight of timber is made up of carbon absorbed from the atmosphere as the tree grew. Using timber in buildings stores that carbon for as long as the timber exists.


The Australian timber framing industry provides jobs and opportunities for more than 45,000 local people in a wide variety of occupations including forestry, sawmills, preservative suppliers, nail plate manufacturers, wholesalers, carpenters and tradies.


 The industry contributes around $24bn a year to the Australian economy, both directly through sales and indirectly through jobs and related industries.

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