In 2019, two Salvagnini L3 lasers went online at the TRACKER® aluminum plant in Lebanon, Missouri. These multi-million-dollar precision tools use fiber-optic-carried high-power-density laser beams to fabricate aluminum parts. The automated system loads, cuts and dispenses aluminum sheet stock with minimal human supervision. The addition of the lasers to TRACKER manufacturing is a significant step into the future for White River Marine Group.
Parts fit more tightly together, making welding the boats easier, and more consistency means increased quality throughout the line. And as cost savings accumulate throughout the boat-building process, the end retail price that you pay goes down.
At TRACKER, we don't just talk about improving the quality and lowering the cost of boats—we take action. The addition of these two machines to our facility represent the largest single investment we've ever made in improving the speed and quality of boat production, and we've done it in order to continue supplying you with the best boats at the best value.