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Strutt ‘sees the light’ in switch from manual to CNC

Strutt ‘sees the light’ in switch from manual to CNC

For over 40 years Strutt Engineering, a family-owned business in the heart of the Peak District, has carved out a niche for itself in the manufacture of hydraulic grabs used in the handling of scrap, quarrying, waste recycling and excavation sectors. Its business is...

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Rivercircle doubles up with XYZ to meet demand

Rivercircle doubles up with XYZ to meet demand

When Peterborough-based Rivercircle invested in one of the first XYZ UMC-5X gantry-style simultaneous five-axis machining centres just over 12 months ago its ambition was to gain efficiency by transferring work being done on three and four axis machines. Such was its...

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XYZ LR machines convince Alken Engineering of their potential

XYZ LR machines convince Alken Engineering of their potential

Alken Engineering is a long-term user of XYZ Machine Tools’ ProtoTRAK mills, being an ‘early adopter, when the ProtoTRAK control was introduced to the UK in 1993. It now has 10 XYZ ProtoTRAK mills and three XYZ ProTURN lathes on its capacity list, but for many years...

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Eclipse Magnetics moves forward with XYZ Machine Tools

Eclipse Magnetics moves forward with XYZ Machine Tools

Familiar to many for its range of Magnetic chucks and lifting equipment Eclipse Magnetics, part of the Spear & Jackson Group of companies, now encompasses a much wider product portfolio; with magnetic filtration and separation systems accounting for around 50 per...

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Growth backed by global success at Feritech

Growth backed by global success at Feritech

Falmouth-based Feritech specialises in engineering projects that operate in the harshest of environments, specifically sub-sea where its products are used to survey the sea bed and provide geotechnical data for the oil & gas, military and surveying sectors. As...

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Newcastle Tool & Gauge chooses XYZ for five-axis capability

Newcastle Tool & Gauge chooses XYZ for five-axis capability

Since its formation in 1979 Newcastle Tool & Gauge (N.T.G.) has adapted to change, originally a toolroom manufacturing press tools for local industry it has evolved into a precision engineering machine shop. Along the way it has gained an enviable reputation as a...

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Laser and machining combine seamlessly at ES Precision

Laser and machining combine seamlessly at ES Precision

For those familiar with the use of lasers for marking and perforating, the name ES Precision may have a familiar ring to it, as it was created when Rofin Group merged with Coherent, and group member ES Technology didn’t fit the new strategy and was closed. Seeing an...

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