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Midlands Graphics Company Buys DYSS Digital Cutting Table

Midlands Graphics Company Buys DYSS Digital Cutting Table

When Ian Hatfield broke his ankle, the Director of Graphics4 Business (G4B) Ltd was confined to working from home. However, like any business owner whose thoughts are never far away from work, the downtime was used to evaluate the business, the industry and the opportunities for a PoS, exhibition and signage business. The result was the purchase of a DYSS X5 digital cutting table from AG/CAD. F ...

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ITC Tools Used to Manufacture Prestigious Sculpture for Dubai Hotel

ITC Tools Used to Manufacture Prestigious Sculpture for Dubai Hotel

Before, during and after graduating from the University of Falmouth with a degree in sustainable 3D design, David Forsyth always had a keen eye for turning the most creative of designs and concepts into a reality. Along the path to setting up Digital Fabrications Ltd, the entrepreneur spent time designing and building surfboards, campervan conversions, trophies and much more. Prior to setting u ...

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AG CAD Gives Quantum of Solace for Print Innovator

AG CAD Gives Quantum of Solace for Print Innovator

Formed over a decade ago from the merging of a print company specialising in promotional and PoS work with a traditional box manufacturer, the ethos and philosophy of Quantum Print & Packaging Ltd has always been continuous improvement. To ensure the company delivers for its customers, the Midlands outfit recently invested in a Ricoh C9100 digital press and shortly afterwards added a DYSS digital ...

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MAPAL Drills Into Cost Reduction Processes at Ford Engine Plant

MAPAL Drills Into Cost Reduction Processes at Ford Engine Plant

When Ford opened its Bridgend Engine Plant (BEP) in 1980, the CVH engine produced on the 1.52million sq/ft site was one of Europe's most popular power train systems. Over 30 years later, the engine used in the Escort, Fiesta, Sierra and Orion models of the 1980s and 90s is long gone. Now, the site is producing the latest generation of environmentally friendly Ford EcoBoost engines and also the ...

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Iberian Lighting Invests in AG/CAD Cutting Table

Iberian Lighting Invests in AG/CAD Cutting Table

As a commercial print and signage company, Iberian Digital is a company with a difference - it's also known as one of Europe's leading bespoke industrial lighting manufacturers. To serve two industry sectors with distinction, the Iberian Group invests in production equipment that has the flexibility to handle the requirements of both sectors, and this is why the East Sussex company opted f ...

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Drill Manufacturer Improves Productivity & Quality Control With Blum Probe System

Drill Manufacturer Improves Productivity & Quality Control With Blum Probe System

To be a world leader in a specified sector when you have a history that dates back to 1911, is something that is rarely found. However, Padley & Venables has found its niche as the leading UK manufacturer of construction tools that are sold worldwide. The Sheffield Company has undoubtedly kept abreast of the latest industrial technology down the generations and combined this technology with the ...

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Kerf Supplies High-Def Plasma Cutting Machine to Irish Fabricating & Profiling Shop

Kerf Supplies High-Def Plasma Cutting Machine to Irish Fabricating & Profiling Shop

When Arcon Engineering made the trip from Ballymena to the MACH exhibition eight years ago, the fledgling company was looking for a new CNC plasma cutting machine to replace its aging and unreliable plasma machine. In meeting Kerf Developments at MACH 2008, Arcon found more than a machine supplier; it located a partner that could confidently serve all their sheet and metal plate cutting requiremen ...

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Koenigsegg Speeds-Up Production With Creaform

Koenigsegg Speeds-Up Production With Creaform

The Swedish supercar manufacturer Koenigsegg Automotive AB is a brand defined by painstaking precision and hand-crafting that results in an end product that most of us can only ever dream of owning. The entire business is built around enhancing vehicle performance and streamlining productivity, something that has undoubtedly been achieved considering the cars have a 0-100mph time that is shorter ...

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ITC Delivers Seismic Change For Earthquake Subcontractor

ITC Delivers Seismic Change For Earthquake Subcontractor

The story for any subcontract business is evolve or dissolve. In the case of Surrey based GPR Ltd, its progression from 3 to 5-axis machine tools initially evolved with a bolt-on fourth axis for its Haas VF2 machines and now a full simultaneous high-end 5-axis machining centre from Matsuura. The investment in a full 5-axis machine was instigated by the Camberley company winning a two year contr ...

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Subcontractor Dives Into Success With hyperMILL®

Subcontractor Dives Into Success With hyperMILL®

The path to setting up a subcontract machine shop couldn't have been more obscure than the tale of Ben Goodwin. Three years ago Ben was well remunerated for his dangerous skills as a deep sea welder and fabricator, but realising the danger and relatively short life expectancy, Ben quit the day job, bought a machining centre and set up BRG Developments. With little experience in a machine s ...

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Press Releases

OPEN MIND & WNT Announce 5-axis Event at AMRC

As the industry benchmark in 5-axis CAD/CAM and cutting tool solutions respectively, OPEN MIND Technologies and WNT tooling will b ...

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