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Case Studies

XYZ ProTURN investment helps to future-proof JAW Engineering

XYZ ProTURN investment helps to future-proof JAW Engineering

For over 30 years JAW Engineering has supported local industry with low volume sub-contract capacity and emergency breakdown support from its location in Magdale on the outskirts of Huddersfield. Up until now, all its machining had been carried out on manual machines, reliant on highly skilled operators, including company founder John White.
SiFab gains control with machining capability

SiFab gains control with machining capability

The decision to invest in machining capacity by Rugby-based SiFab Engineering Solutions was driven by a desire to be able to control deliveries to customers as well as manufacturing costs. However, with no formal machining training, and limited floorspace, company director Simon Hall had to choose his machine tools wisely. After a career ...
XYZ makes life easy for MCC Industries Ltd

XYZ makes life easy for MCC Industries Ltd

With an increasing volume of work MCC Industries Ltd., along with its sister company Automotive Accessories Ltd., recognised the need for additional turning and milling capacity. With space being limited at their Southampton premises, Managing Director Mark Cox decided mill-turn was the obvious answer. In selecting the right machine, he laid
School of Engineering triples up on productivity

School of Engineering triples up on productivity

Cardiff University’s School of Engineering comprises of a group of interlinked workshops to provide a machining and development facility for academics, degree students and, external commercial customers. As such, it is equipped with state of the art machine tools, metrology equipment and, 3D printing systems, which are operated by a group of
Iconic makes its move into machining with XYZ

Iconic makes its move into machining with XYZ

With 18 plus years of experience in the manufacturing sector, working for many companies in both design and machining roles, Jamie Clare decided it was time to do things for himself and Iconic Engineering Solutions was born. Initially he was providing a 3D design service for a broad range of customers that included airship development, ...
Significant toolroom investment keeps production flowing at Bisley

Significant toolroom investment keeps production flowing at Bisley

What started as a one-man business in 1931, with founder Freddy Brown using his sheet metal skills to repair damaged cars, Bisley has developed into one of the world’s leading designers and manufacturers of premium steel storage for offices and workshops. Bisley’s manufacturing is now concentrated at the company’s factory in Newport, Wales ...
Coleg Gwent completes phase one  of CNC development

Coleg Gwent completes phase one of CNC development

As one of the biggest, and most successful, colleges in Wales, Coleg Gwent is not resting on its laurels. It has embarked on an ambitious expansion programme to deliver day release and full time apprenticeships in support of the engineering sector in its catchment area. The first phase of this plan is now complete following the arrival of ...
ProtoTRAK secures the future for Jaymek

ProtoTRAK secures the future for Jaymek

Based in the shadow of the massive British Steel plant at Scunthorpe, Jaymek Engineering provides a general engineering and breakdown service for a wide range of customers across the north of England. For almost the entirety of its 15 years of business it has relied on a selection of manual lathes and mills to deliver a rapid turnaround ...
Students come to Rupert’s aid

Students come to Rupert’s aid

Engineering Students at Cornwall College responded magnificently to a telephone call from the owner of Rupert, a retired Greyhound that was struggling to walk due to chronic arthritis in his back legs. Pulling together under the guidance of Engineering Lecturer Luke Bazeley, the students turned what was a hopeful call from a worried dog ...
Keeping vintage wheels turning

Keeping vintage wheels turning

Much as there are collectors of classic cars, the same applies to tractors and providing replacement components for Nuffield, Leyland and Marshal tractors from the 1950s, through to the 1980s, has proved to be a successful business for Tractor Spare Parts Ltd. Run by husband and wife team of Andrew and Joanna Griffin, Tractor Spare Parts is ...
In-house machining leads to business growth for D&D Engineering

In-house machining leads to business growth for D&D Engineering

When Gordon Robinson formed D&D Engineering (Hull) over 30 years ago to design, develop and manufacture bespoke conveyor systems for the food processing industry, he had no ambition to machine parts in-house. His reliance on local sub-contract manufacturing companies to provide the components needed worked perfectly well in the company’s
Investing for growth and cellular manufacturing pays off for RJ Engineering

Investing for growth and cellular manufacturing pays off for RJ Engineering

Rapid response to customer requests has been the key to the success of Derby-based RJ Engineering Precision Engineers since it started trading back in 1975. In combination with this adaptability, it has also had a willingness to invest in new machine tools to meet customer requirements in the aerospace and rail industries. In return for its ...

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