Athena Worksurfaces chooses the new Breton GENYA monobloc milling machine

16 May, 2019
Athena Worksurfaces, a young company founded in 2014 in Eardiston, United Kingdom, specialises in the production of quartz and granite kitchen worktops, which they sell and install throughout the United Kingdom.

From 2014 to 2017 it was the fastest growing company in the UK in the production of kitchen worktops, which speaks volumes about the excellent service offered to its customers and the innovative way in which it works.
The company aims to become the reference point for work surfaces for designers, developers and retailers in the UK. Their customers range from small developers to large multinational companies.

All the processing is carried out in-house, providing a flexibility that ensures fast delivery times. The finished product is installed directly by their highly qualified staff.
Athena Worksurfaces has chosen to invest in Breton solutions for processing quartz and granite surfaces.

Last February Athena Worksurfaces expanded its production structure with two GENYA machines, a 5-axis CNC monobloc cutting and milling centre, rotating head, and a suction cup system for handling pieces and optimising cutting. Ideal for slabs in natural stone, quartz and ceramic.

The GENYA is a top-of-the-line monobloc milling machine thanks to its intuitive design, quality components and high operational performance.
  • No foundations are required, as its simply fixed to the ground and comes ready for immediate production
  • Single-piece structure in galvanized steel, occupying minimal space in relation to axis travels.
  • Cutting head rotates around its ± 190° vertical axis driven by a digital brushless motor, and automatically tilts in every position from 0° to 90°
  • A core drill bit with 1/2 gas coupling or a fingerbit tool can be mounted on the spindle.
  • The GENYA is equipped with an Energy Management system capable of returning the energy recovered during the braking phase to the grid, or making it available to another motor in the acceleration phase.


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