Telford based Filtermist International Ltd will be showcasing just how much the company has changed since it was first established in 1969 at an Open House being held on Friday 13th September.
Birmingham-based volume parts manufacturer, Falcon Engineering Productions Limited, has invested in a MecWash Solo 400 aqueous parts washing machine following several recommendations from Machine Tool Manufacturers.
The introduction of new interfaces for Autodesk’s PowerShape, PowerMill and PowerInspect manufacturing software proved very timely for Eccles Tooling Systems as it coincided with a significant transition in the company’s staff.
This year, along with a series of exciting new software developments associated with our complete and highly automated CAD/CAM/MES systems, Tebis will also be presenting customised manufacturing processess at the EMO (Hall 9, Stand D15, 16-21 September in Hanover, Germany).
The technology topics that will be presented at EMO include the following:
One of the world’s leading manufacturers of advanced plumbing, heating and engineering products is continuing to invest in what it considers to be the best aqueous component cleaning system – more than 25 years after it commissioned its first one.
The Pegler Group, based at Doncaster in South Yorkshire, distributes its range of plumbing fittings to more than 110 countries worldwide.
Renowned spindle repair company Spindel Doctor UK has today proudly announced the official launch of its new corporate rebranding and redesigned website. Now known as Spindle Revolution Ltd, the company will continue to offer industry leading, quality spindle repairs with greater focus on more technically advanced, high precision CNC spindles.
Verus Metrology Partners is delighted to announce a partnership deal which will see Verus supplying all metrology fixtures to OGP UK.
Identifying the ideal component cleaning system for a cleaning requirement can be time-consuming and a significant financial investment for any precision engineering company.
Seiki Systems has launched a next generation browser-based version of its established manufacturing operations management software, Seiki AIR.
Faster, easier and lighter, the software builds on the success of previous versions, delivering users actionable insights into their manufacturing activity and performance.
A business whose software is changing the way the manufacturing industry operates around the world has joined a pioneering new project to encourage women to re-train in the digital sector.