PRODUCT VIDEO 04 – SPORTING CLUBS & FACILITIES

PRODUCT VIDEO 04 – SPORTING CLUBS & FACILITIES

Sporting clubs and facilities demand a lot from their padding. Above all else, they need it to be able to go the distance. Our business development manager Chris will explain how our products are the best range on offer.

Padding for sports facilities is something that most sports administrators don’t want to invest a lot of time researching. Our range of products comes in various colours designed to match your club’s brand.

Everything is manufactured locally in Australia, using scientifically-backed high quality materials that stand up to whatever you throw at them. The correct material selection can help extend their useful life beyond what you’ve come to expect.

It can be very hard to determine if padding is doing its intended job at times. Our scientifically-backed testing process gives our customers a physical map of their facility and its padding performance. From this, we can determine things like high use areas, and ensure proactive maintenance is carried out.

By offering a full selection of foam types and sizes, we can produce a padding solution for your sporting facility in a time-efficient manner, allowing you to get on with your core operations with peace of mind about your participant’s safety.

If there’s more you’d like to know, please don’t hesitate to reach out to us, by calling us or visiting our website.

PRODUCT VIDEO 03 – PLAYGROUNDS

PRODUCT VIDEO 03 – PLAYGROUNDS

Providing safe play environments for facilities like schools, childcare centres and local parks is something that requires close attention to detail. Our business development manager Chris will take you through why our process can bring peace of mind.

When designing play areas, it’s important to understand the needs and requirements for each individual project. In our initial design and scoping phase we look for feedback to help determine the intended user of the product, to ensure that we’re choosing safe and reliable materials that are backed by scientific testing.

Our range of playground products comes in a lot of different shapes and sizes, and the breadth of the range allows you to choose colours that align to your brand. We also understand that a lot of projects can be time sensitive, and need to be installed during specific maintenance periods.

Assembling the product correctly is about ensuring the quality, and maintaining efficiency with time. Avoiding installation delays are key to delivering a good product. We aim to ensure that everything that leaves the factory as is specified in the design.

Our range of materials and foams gives you greater choice when choosing your playground products. Using quality materials ensures safety for children and consistent performance over the product’s lifetime.

If there’s more you’d like to know, don’t hesitate to reach out to us by calling us, or visiting our website.

PRODUCT VIDEO 02 – ACTIVITY CENTRES/PARKOUR/TRAMPOLINE

PRODUCT VIDEO 02 – ACTIVITY CENTRES/PARKOUR/TRAMPOLINE

Consumer-driven facilities like trampoline, climbing, parkour are an ever growing industry. Our business development manager Chris is going to explain how owners can get their best return on investment.

Activity centres demand a product solution that is custom to the specific facility. We often see ill-specified and ill-installed materials that lead to an excess wear and a reduced product life. We use an automated design and cutting process to ensure that our products are assembled and installed correctly the first time. This improves the longevity of the product, and reduces downtime in your centre.

A key thing we’re looking to avoid is loose or misshapen covers that lead to excess wear. The automated machines ensure a millimetre perfect result, that also allows us to reproduce a component in the future that will be the exact specifications of the original piece. Using high quality stitches in the process is a key to avoiding breakages and ensuring a longer product life.

Being a local Australian manufacturer with a large output capacity, we’re able to take your project from design – including digital 3D modelling – all the way through to the installation and development of maintenance plans to ensure the product stays safe and lasts its intended life.

If there’s more you’d like to know, please don’t hesitate to reach out to us, by calling us or visiting our website.

PRODUCT VIDEO 01 – GYMNASTICS

PRODUCT VIDEO 01 – GYMNASTICS

Gymnastics facilities are one of the highest users of premium padding products. Our business development manager Chris will now explain how we produce high performance results for these facilities.

We produce high quality and safe training environments for gymnastics facilities across the world. Our padding is designed and manufactured right here in Australia, and we’ve taken a science-driven approach to ensure that all the materials stand up to the rigours required for athletes in training.

We work with our clients to gather design input about materials and sporting specification requirements to ensure the product will be fit for purpose. We then feed that information to our local design team that ensures an efficient way forward into production and assembly.

The real value in the scoping and design process comes through reducing production and installation errors, superior installations that assemble and align correctly, and cost savings by prescribing the correct materials for the project.

This is particularly important for high performance sporting applications, and being a local designer and manufacturer ensures the quality of our products are always consistent. It also creates lead-times that are efficient and quality control processes that you can rely on.

If there’s more you’d like to know, don’t hesitate to reach out to us, by calling us or visiting our website.

PROCESS VIDEO 04 – DELIVERY & INSTALLATION

Rae-Line Gymnastics mats and padding solutions

PROCESS VIDEO 04 – DELIVERY & INSTALLATION

Our team travel globally to fit and install the product we make. Brendan is gonna take you through the methodology that we use.

When we deliver a product we produce visual fitting instructions. On smaller jobs the clients may wish to install it themselves. On larger jobs, our team can unpack the components from the shipping container, and then following the installation map and individual part numbers, put the product together.

The team onsite is also equipped to deal with variations, should they arise, ensuring that the project remains on schedule.

Once installed, our team can develop a testing and maintenance program that aligns with applicable sporting and government specifications.

It can be very hard to determine if padding is doing its intended job at times. Our scientifically-backed testing process gives our customers a physical map of their facility and its padding performance. From this we can determine things like high use areas and ensure proactive maintenance is carried out.

If there’s more that you’d like to know, don’t hesitate to get in touch. Give us a call, or visit our website.

PROCESS VIDEO 03 – ASSEMBLY

Sports Padding for Martial Arts

PROCESS VIDEO 03 – ASSEMBLY

Assembling the product properly sets the project up for success. Michael will walk you through why that’s the case.

Assembly is about lining all your ducks up in a row. All of the sewn covers and carpet tops from the cutting stage are matched up with the foam pieces and are stuffed and glued together.

To minimise assembly mistakes, we use a barcode system to ensure all the pieces match up. Once the pieces are assembled they enter our quality control booth where each individual piece is examined to ensure the quality of the product.

We look at the overall form of the piece and ensure the details such as the colours, zips, and velcro meet the original brief’s specifications. Once it’s approved, it is prepared for shipping and installation.

Assembling the product correctly is about ensuring the quality and maintaining efficiency with time. Avoiding installation delays are key to delivering a good product. We aim to ensure that everything that leaves the factory as it’s specified in the design.

If there’s more that you’d like to know, don’t hesitate to get in touch. Give us a call, or visit our website.

PROCESS VIDEO 02 – CUTTING & SEWING

Sewing

PROCESS VIDEO 02 – CUTTING & SEWING

Cutting needs to be accurate – “millimetre perfect”, as they say. Michael will walk us through some of the methods we use to ensure accuracy.

Near enough is certainly not good enough in the cutting phase, and that’s why we use automated CNC cutting machines throughout the manufacturing process. Having completed a thorough design and scoping of the project, all of the measurements that we use have been optimised to reduce any chance of human error.

Using the digital CAD drawings from the design process, we feed that into our cutting machines to produce a precise cut. Various sewing machines, from single needle to twin needle, are used to stitch material together in preparation for the Assembly phase.

A key thing we’re looking to avoid is loose or misshapen covers that lead to excess wear. The automated machines ensure a millimetre perfect result and also allows us to reproduce a component in the future that will be the exact specifications of the original piece. Using high quality stitches in the process is key to avoiding breakages and ensuring a longer product life.

If there’s more you’d like to know, don’t hesitate to get in touch. Give us a call, or visit our website.

PROCESS VIDEO 01 – DESIGN & PROJECT SCOPING

Interlocking Floor Mats

PROCESS VIDEO 01 – DESIGN & PROJECT SCOPING

Design and scoping is all about project preparation and saving money. Our design specialist, Hawk, is going to explain the process for you.

When designing and scoping any project we always try to review any detailed architectural drawings of the space – if they’re available. We also gather additional information during a meeting with the client.

Depending on the scale of the job, we may need to look at making a site visit to taking measurements digitally by using a 3D scanner. From there, we use Complex Manufacturing Control Systems that produce barcoded components for efficient process control and accuracy.

If required, we can also undertaken scientific testing to ensure that the fabric and foam combination will be the best outcome for the intended use. Once this is complete, then the project is ready for client sign off and entry into the Cutting phase.

The real value in the scoping and design process comes through reducing production and installation errors, superior installations that assemble and align correctly, and cost savings by prescribing the correct materials for the project.

If there’s more that you’d like to know, don’t hesitate to get in touch. Give us a call, or visit our website.