Engineering Capacity is the UK's news source for subcontract and contract manufacturing.

Latest score at Hampden Park

21 Feb 2018 by Engineering Capacity

A&J Fabtech has completed the digital scoreboard enhancement work at Hampden Park, Scotland’s national stadium in Glasgow.

Super service for show-stopping supercar

21 Feb 2018 by Engineering Capacity

Ahead of the 2017 Geneva Motorshow, Pentaxia was briefed on a confidential, highly challenging and demanding project, to deliver 59 components for a new supercar.

Managing director Stephen Ollier shares how Pentaxia’s one-stop in-house service ensured his team could deliver this component project at incredible speed, to an exceptional finish.

Big 5-axis capacity investment

21 Feb 2018 by Engineering Capacity

Bridgewater-based M-CNC is buying eight new machines that will allow it to cut 5-axis parts up to 2.5m long and 750mm diameter.

This is part of a £2.75m investment that the company says will see it offering unique advanced manufacturing capabilities in the South West

Specialising in the manufacture of high quality, high value components for aerospace, motor sport, chemical, oil and gas and leisure industries M-CNC is set to triple in size since its launch in 2011.

Lasers helping Britain’s Armed Forces

15 Feb 2018 by Engineering Capacity

ES Precision’s lasers are playing a small part in making life more comfortable for amputees and also in helping to celebrate the past and current service of our military community.

Bigger tools and new processes

14 Feb 2018 by Engineering Capacity

£250,00 of new investment at prototype, production tooling and plastic injection moulding company, RP Technologies includes machining centres, a custom-built hot plate welding machine and mould simulation software.

The investment ties in with RP’s ongoing growth and expansion plans and will increase the capacity and productivity in its West Midlands based facility, with additional services expanding its offering.