"In creative hands", comments Patrick Evans, "Biesse becomes the instrument of a true craftsman. The key is to identify the right machine for the job, and we've found that with a Biesse machine we can accomplish much more than we thought".
Maton also uses its two Biesse machines to create new product prototypes, the most complex shapes, and almost every individual part that makes up a Maton guitar. Patrick confirms that Maton uses the Biesse CNC machines at high speeds even on the most complex parts, such as the famous fingerboard: "We need enough flexibility to be able to switch from one model to another very quickly, and Biesse allows us to do that very effectively. Biesse gives users the creative freedom to produce virtually any concept, both quickly and efficiently".
Using Biesse machines has allowed Maton to devote more time to the quality of the finish, wasting less time on processing individual pieces. Each Maton guitar is hand-finished by a dedicated and qualified team of luthiers. Maton has demonstrated that it is possible, in Australia, to produce a guitar with the highest world-renowned quality, using Australian timber and ground-breaking technologies.
Maton knows exactly how to design and build a unique product, a well-made guitar. And with Biesse as its valued partner, the best guitars in the world are brought to life.
We found we can accomplish much more than we thought on a Biesse machine.