Diamond cut finished alloy wheels are being fitted to more and more vehicles. The poor state of many roads means these wheels are prone to damage, which in turn means demand for repairs to these specialist alloys is definitely on the rise.
Without the necessary equipment to repair diamond cut alloy wheels, many bodyshops, garages and independent wheel repairers are currently having to send them to specialist repairers. This means a greatly reduced profit margin, an increase in repair turnaround times and the possibility of losing the customer to a competitor.
Ayce Systems is a leader in the supply of alloy wheel repair systems, consumables, training and after-care support. It has created a perfect solution to help bodyshops and garages reduce their repair turnaround and increase profit margins with its bespoke diamond cutting alloy wheel lathe.
Ayce Systems says its CNC wheel lathe is fast, affordable and easy to use. It features remote software support, full technical support and practical hands-on training. These diamond cutting lathes are available in three sizes with the most popular capable of cutting alloy wheels up to 28". The equipment also means a technician can cut wheels and store profiles on the system to build up their own wheel profile library, saving them time and money.
Ayce Systems Technical Director, James Skeels says, "After being trained at our state-of-the-art demonstration and training centre and after a few days practice, based on our existing customer experiences, bodyshop technicians are able to repair up to 20 wheels per day using our wheel lathe. It really is as simple as probe, optimise and cut."
James says with an Ayce Systems lathe, garages and bodyshops can say goodbye to sub-contracting out diamond cut alloy wheel repairs and start maximising the returns from this lucrative market through repairing wheels in-house to the highest quality standards.