Custom-Cut To Your Specifications
At PGC, your stone or "quartz" countertop surface is always custom-cut to your specifications for cabinets. After we receive the necessary paperwork, your color selection(s), we will come take the final measurements—regardless of whether you’re located in Maple Grove, St. Michael or anywhere near the Twin Cities. Once that has been complete, we’ll begin the fabrication process and schedule a time for our granite fabricators to come install the final product.
During the fabrication process, we use the best technology on the market to ensure precision with every cut. Keep reading to learn more about how our expert granite fabricators installers execute each step of our operation.
The Baca RoboSawJet is new to Paramount Granite Company Spring 2015. The “Robo” is a fully automatic machine that includes a water jet function with the 20HP direct-drive saw. The machine was chosen due to its small footprint, and ability to save up to 20% in material cost due to the fact that pieces can be nested. Pieces are allowed to be nested because over cutting with a round saw blade is no longer required, due to the waterjet finishing the cuts. The Robo comes with Vein Match software to allow us to visualize the seam (and more) before fabrication. This combined with our LT55 laser measuring device, helps PGC leap into the digital world – no more pencil, paper, and template plastic! With this machine, our granite fabricators installers are able to deliver extremely accurate results in a timely manor—ensuring your project will be complete on time and up to your standards!
The Fastback® edge polishing machine from Park Industries is a fully automatic linear polishing machine – conveyor type system. Almost every straight edge produced at Paramount Granite Company goes in one end of the Fastback, and out the other. It is extremely efficient, and its quality cannot be replicated by human hand polishing. The actual “rounds” (Eased Edges) are still done by hand by our team of professional granite fabricators installers at Paramount Granite Company. Until there is equipment that can produce a “Round” to our quality standards, we will continue to operate under the philosophy of “A balance between Man and Technology,” to lead the industry in quality. Read through our testimonials page to view statements from previous customers from all over the Twin Cities including Maple Grove, Minneapolis, St. Michael and more!
CNC Mill Runs Cut-Outs To Curves
If your project includes an undermount sink, or has any curve work, such as a bump-out sink, or a curved island, it will be run on our CNC Mill. Pieces for your project are first loaded on the mill. The operator then programs the machine, which includes entering the sink make and model coordinates, etc. The CNC mill then automatically grabs the tooling needed to run the program and in-turn, cuts and polishes the opening for your sink, or the curved piece.