D & D Engineering take delivery of large VMC from XYZ
The first of XYZ Machine Tools range of large capacity vertical machining centres has been delivered to longstanding customer D & D Engineering (Hull). The XYZ 2010 VMC weighs in at 20 tonnes and is the largest VMC ever sold and delivered by XYZ Machine Tools, although with two larger variants in the range, this record may not last for
STEADY PROGRESSION WINS THE DAY AT CS PRODUCTS
The latest investment by CS Products in a high speed, five-axis, machining centre from XYZ Machine Tools is part of a steady, but consistent, investment programme by the Telford-based sub-contractor. This latest machine, an XYZ 1060HS five-axis, is helping the business expand into new markets.CS Products was formed as a result of the ...
FROM PROPELLERS TO CUSTOM MOTORCYCLES
Eclectic is an often used word, but in the case of precision sub-contractor Lamb Engineering it is one that fits perfectly. Lamb Engineering's machining is split between manufacturing variable pitch feathering propellers for the marine industry, workholding solutions for one of the UK's leading industry names, and a wide variety of general
The Power Behind The Throne
A passion for motorsport led Julian Godfrey to create his race engine building business back in 1989, success has followed ever since. Engines supplied by Julian Godfrey Engineering are used by many race winning drivers in Rally Cross championships in the UK and mainland Europe, as well as powering Julian himself to three British Rally ...
XYZ HELP TASK ENGINEERING TALK THE TORQUE
Task Engineering has built a reputation for machining complex components for a range of industries, with batch sizes ranging from one-off to a thousand-off. However, core to its business is the range of components manufactured for group company Crane Electronics, a specialist in delivering solutions for torque management and control ...
SIXTEEN INTO ONE DOES GO FOR B&G LOCK
Traditional manufacturing covers many things, a particular industry may be traditional in one part of the country, a method of making products may also be traditional. B&G Lock & Tool Co complies with both those definitions of traditional. Based in Willenhall in the Black Country, it is now one of the few remaining lockmakers in an
MSUBS CUTS MANUFACTURING COSTS WITH A LITTLE HELP FROM XYZ
Plymouth-based MSubs is a manufacturer of manned and unmanned subsea and surface vehicles with customers ranging from wealthy individuals who buy their products purely for pleasure and the world's navies who use them for more serious pastimes such as remote mine detection, systems checking and covert operations. The submarines manufactured
XYZ HAMMERS OUT SOLUTIONS TO COPPER MILLING AND RAWHIDE TURNING PROBLEMS
Turning compressed buffalo hide, drilling and taper cutting opposed elliptical forms in pure copper and brass, are a far cry from normal machine tool operations. But two recent installations by XYZ Machine Tools is not only enabling the UK's only manufacturer of soft hammers to maintain its high orders of quality and safety in use, but the
I-SPY THROUGH XYZ AT IDESIGN CCTV
There are cameras and screens everywhere in the 2,500 ft² facility used by Steve Nash who runs his specialist security equipment supply firm on his own where he makes full use of his ability in designing, developing and assembling most of his own products. However, what has become key in his one-man operation is his capability to machine ...
XYZ turning centre equips Firetrace to make the world a safer place
Automated machine tools make easy work of what were once labour intensive and demanding tasks. Added to which, running for hours unattended and under 'lights out' conditions ensures the maximum return on expensive investments. But what if a malfunction were to cause a fire? Not only is expensive machinery now at risk but the building and ...
Building a firm foundation for future growth – with a little help from XYZ Machine Tools
In less than ten years Chirton Engineering Ltd has invested more than £2 million in new machine tools. Not bad going for a subcontract business started on a shoestring by a former machinist and works manager made redundant when his employer sold his engineering business to fund his retirement. "I was 40 at the time with a mortgage and ...