Welcome to the Manufacturing & Technology Tab.
'A Bespoke Collective of Advanced Manufacturing & Technology Suppliers'
With 20 years experience within the Manufacturing Sector I have dealt with many Advanced Manufacturing and Technology Suppliers. Some excellent providers and some, not so helpful to say the least.... In this page you can browse through the selected 'Technology Suppliers' who cover every aspect of Manufacturing. These suppliers are 'The Top Tier' and over the years have been able to assist me in achieving and excelling in projects I have undertaken.
For those of you just coming out of your 'time', new to engineering or looking to expand your offer, I have highlighted below some of the different technologies we use within the field and a brief summary of their key functions. Further information on these can be found by utilising the quick links.
METAL CUTTING MACHINES
Precision machining is a type of technical manufacturing that is essential in creating and designing machines, parts, tools, and other hardware that are essential in modern manufacturing to maintain process controls and tolerances that function under extremely tight specifications.
3D & ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING
3D printing, or additive manufacturing, is the construction of a three-dimensional object from a CAD model or a digital 3D model. The term "3D printing" can refer to a variety of processes in which material is deposited, joined or solidified under computer control to create a three-dimensional object, with material being added together, typically layer by layer.
Laser beam machining is a form of machining that uses heat directed from a laser beam. This process uses thermal energy to remove material from metallic or nonmetallic surfaces. The high frequency of monochromatic light will fall on the surface then heating, melting and vaporizing of the material take place due to impinge of photons. Laser beam machining is best suited for brittle materials with low conductivity, but can be used on most materials