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...

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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...

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First impressions are key for Grand Design Systems

As a supplier to motorsport teams from Formula One, Formula E, World Endurance, Moto GP and British Superbikes, Grand Design Systems is aware of the importance of image. Its products include seamless wall systems for pit garages, along with a range of other ancillary...

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Shared capacity leads to innovation

Having started like many with an idea and a garage to work out of, Ian Bamford and his wife Nicky created their business Tuskguard, to design, manufacture and install, physical security products and access control systems, winning a DTI Design against Crime award in...

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ICEoxford is chilled about benefits of in-house machining

ICEoxford is a world-leading designer and manufacturer of innovative cryogenic Engineering systems, specialising in ultra-low temperature (ULT) equipment for the cryogenic research community. As a result, its output is made up of bespoke systems that will end up in...

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Rental fits the bill for Paxford Engineering

Paxford Engineering like many similar engineering companies across the UK does not describe itself as ‘cash rich, and as a partnership rather than a limited company raising finance to bring in new machine tools can be an issue. With this in mind Moreton-in-Marsh-based...

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