We have the capability to produce one off bespoke products and prototypes very quickly. This is achieved by our prototype workshop that operates a Computer Numerically Controlled (CNC) machine in the premises.
We also have access to other engineering machines and operators, and the machinists have an understanding of what is required of our products.
Our present design office has Computer Aid Design (CAD) drawing software with three dimensional modelling capabilities. It is used to draw up new products after they have been designed and prototyped by the engineering shop. We also have long standing arrangements with highly skilled sheet metal workers, who can produce parts from the most rudimentary sketches.
Our design office also operates with the latest versions of Solid Works, as well as earlier editions of 2-D AutoCAD.
Assembly, Storage and Dispatch
We have a large well organised assembly room and store room. The components are put together and are packed with the necessary fitting components such as screws, gaskets and fixing rings.
The store room has shelves stocked with all the necessary components to build the various types of products. These shelves are monitored to remain full of stock items.
Orders are made up and packed; a great deal of effort is applied to reduce the chance of items being damaged in transit. We use traditional packing materials as foam sheet and bubble wrap. These orders are then sent out by dispatch companies all over the country and worldwide.
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