Factory


 

All Extrem Skis are developed and handmade in our own high-tech factory, Åre Skidfabrik, located just next to Åre ski resort. This is today the only alpine ski factory in Scandinavia.

We have been manufacturing skis and snowboards since 1981 and both founders, Stefan Cederberg and Patrik Söderlund, are still working full-time in the factory. This core competence, along with a small team of very experienced ski builders allows a flexible and high-quality production.

Most of the machinery is from 2009, when large investments were made in the factory. This makes Åre Skidfabrik one of the most modern ski production facilities in Europe. In fact, the closest comparison is a racing department of a large ski factory.

Åre Skidfabrik runs on 100 % renewable energy from local hydropower stations in Jämtland.

MAIN MACHINERY

MULTI PLOT C2F INKJET PRINTER (2009)

Digital top sheet printer for small serial production. For large serial production we normally use sublimation print.

EASTMAN DIE CUT (2009)

Cutting machine for materials such as glass fiber, carbon fiber, top sheets, running bases and rubber materials.

CNC PADE 5-AXIS (2009)

State of the art five‐axis CNC machine for milling wood cores and product development.

CNC MAKA 3 - AXIS

Three‐axis CNC machine for milling our aluminum molds and cutting ABS side-walls.

LANGZAUNER CNC SKI PRESS (2009)

Two storey, fully digital, state-of-the-art ski press.

NOVA SKI & SNOWBOARD PRESS

Faithful old servant that still presses skis and snowboards with perfection.

MONTANA STONE GRINDER 2000 & MONTANA BELT GRINDER

Two work horses that take care of the rough grinding.

MONTANA MASA 2000 GRINDING ROBOT

Fully automatic grinding robot that we use as the middle-step in the grinding process.

MONTANA SNOW CRUISER MAX GRINDING ROBOT (2009)

Fully automatic grinding robot for superb base finish and structure.

WINTERSTEIGER TRIMJET (2014)

Ceramic disc finish machine for precise edge angles. Side edges angles between 86‐ 89 degrees and base edge angles between 0,5‐2 degrees.