Frontline Interiors was established in Perth in 1998 and now has an impressive portfolio of projects from the west coast of Australia to the east. Their projects page includes many impressive commercial fitouts and some striking hospitality venues, and their gallery offers a great representation of the wide-ranging skills of this manufacturing firm.
We recently spoke with Frontline’s Setout and Construction Supervisor, Tony Scidone, about how PYTHA 3D CAD has played a part in the company’s success.
Tony himself has been using PYTHA for more than two decades. While he cut his teeth on the software at another joinery firm, he was instrumental in bringing the product to Frontline when he joined the team in 2018.
With the company’s long list of complex commercial installations – and plenty of curves in the mix – the complete customisation of PYTHA didn’t take long to prove its worth. Tony particularly loves the layering functions – hiding various layers allows greater focus where it’s required and eliminates room for error. While this is a function of competitors’ products, PYTHA’s layering process is simple and – in Tony’s opinion – offers the most precise point of view.
And when extensive metalwork is part of a joinery project, PYTHA’s functionality makes communication with the metal fabricators straightforward and stress-free. While competitors’ products can handle basic installations, complex multi-trade projects need comprehensive documentation, and PYTHA does this best.
Finally, the software’s capacity to connect is a game changer. In Frontline Interior’s state-of-the-art manufacturing facilities, PYTHA 3D CAD connects with a beam saw, pod and rail machine and a nesting machine, allowing a seamless transition from planning to production.
Here at Pytha Partners, we’re proud to support leading Australian manufacturers like Frontline Interiors, and we look forward to having their back for many years to come.