Aeronaut Automation

Automated Cutting Systems & Software

Aeronaut at METS 2008

Aeronaut will be exhibiting again at METS 2008. 04.505 in Hall 4 in the Australian area.

Visit us at METS 2007

This year we will have a working Elektron Quattro cutter on show, as well as a range of sail design CAD and marine related software including our flattening tool for the Prodim Proliner 3D measuring machines. This is the fastest and most economical way to measure anything from boat covers to pool liners and produce accurate ready to cut patterns.

We were hoping to have a 100 watt Elektron Laser Duo automated cutter on show, but we are selling all we can make! We have current orders for two high powered laser cutters for sailmakers, two wide-span string sail plotters as well as over two hundred square metres of vacuum tables.

The revolutionaryElektron Laser Duo automated cuttercombines a powerful laser (in 100 and 200 watt sizes) with a quick-change Cam-lock tool holder, so you can cut with a laser or a blade on the same machine.

This year we have representatives from our Northern Europe distributor ACRS, and from our Southern European distributor, Randix on the stand, as well as our French agent Couzin SRL so you will get a choice of languages and accents to choose from.

Our association wtih BSG-SailPack continues but they are across the way from us with the French contingent on Stand 04.507. The S and the G of BSG, Jean-Pierre Sauvage and Laurent Guillaume will all be present for the three days.

Reserve the dates in your calendar! November 18th, 19th and 20th. If you are coming from the warm south, make sure you a woolie! We look forward to seeing old and new friends and customers.

To make a time to visit us on our METS stand please email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

By the way if you want to talk to Aeronaut in person, and cannot make the METS show in Amsterdam, we'll be at Texworks in Strasbourg in late November 2008 as well as R+T in Stuttgard in February 2009