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“Quality Machines For Quality Parts” - Reginson Engineering Turns To Ward CNC

Published on MTD CNC by Thame Workholding on 12 Dec 2017

Reginson Engineering’s unequivocal need to use “quality machines to produce quality components” has seen a batch of ten Hyundai Wia vertical machining centres and CNC lathes installed to help the company meet the demands of an ever-increasing order book for aero-engine components.

Robo-Trex makes light work of Qualiturn lights-out milling

Published on MTD CNC by Thame Workholding on 18 Jul 2017

Equipment such as bar-feed mechanisms have enabled businesses involved in turning operations to work in highly efficient lights-out modes for some years. Now, the availability of advanced automation aids, such as the Lang Robo-Trex system from Thame Workholding, are allowing forward thinking businesses to operate milling machines unmanned for extended periods. One such progressive company is Hertford based Qualiturn Products.

Aerospace Subcontractor Opts for Automation from Thame Workholding

Published on MTD CNC by Thame Workholding on 27 Feb 2017

As a global supplier to the aerospace industry, Produmax has just moved into a brand new high tech £3.1M facility in Baildon near Shipley to increase its workload and support its growth ambitions.   Actively involved in the Government backed Sharing in Growth Scheme (SiG), the company has benefitted from £1.2 million worth of business transformation support that has helped the company increase productivity, improve performance and reduce tooling spend.

Lang provides automation at a realistic cost for JK Engineering

Published on MTD CNC by Thame Workholding on 26 Sep 2013

The Lang Eco Tower and Grip-Fix system from Thame Workholding has enabled JK Engineering to automate its DMU 50 DMG / Mori Seiki machines reducing costs and increasing productivity.

Thame Workholding maximises spindle cutting time at Anotronic

Published on MTD CNC by Thame Workholding on 15 Aug 2013

Impressed with the performance of its Lang Grip-Fix system for holding and locating parts in its multi-axis machining centres, Anotronic, based near Leighton Buzzard, chose the Lang Eco-Tower, from Thame Workholding, to automate its new Matsuura MX520 5-axis machining centre.

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