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

More AM for ARRK

03 Aug 2017 by Engineering Capacity

ARRK Europe has made further investment in its Gloucester Prototyping Centre, with the installation of a new 3D Systems ProX800 Stereolithography machine.

The machine is one of the most advanced supplies by 3D systems and its installation follows earlier investment at the centre this year, with the opening of a new, dedicated Metrology room.

Eaton Aerospace gets up to speed on Rev D

03 Aug 2017 by Engineering Capacity

TEC Transnational has provided Eaton Aerospace with the training required to achieve the newly revised AS9100:2016 Rev D aerospace industry quality standard.

Eaton Aerospace is a world-leaders in the  design, manufacture and integration advanced products and technologies for hydraulic systems, fuel and inerting systems, motion control, and engine solutions.  

Machining investment lands at Bowmill

03 Aug 2017 by Engineering Capacity

As part of a multi-million-pound machine tool investment programme, Bowmill Engineering is to install an advanced cylindrical grinder at its new Tewkesbury manufacturing plant for Airbus landing gear kits.

In addition to the Jones & Shipman Suprema EASY cylindrical grinder, the investment includes eight new machining centres and high levels of automation throughout.

£1.5m boost for Black Country training

03 Aug 2017 by Engineering Capacity

In-Comm Training has announced it is going ahead with a £1.5m extension that will more than triple the size of its facility in Aldridge.

The Black Country training specialist has joined forces with workholding specialist Hyfore to develop an Advanced Manufacturing Technology Centre next door to its current site in Vigo Place.

€4m European investment at Proto Labs

31 Jul 2017 by Engineering Capacity

Rapid prototyping and on-demand manufacturer Proto Labs has announced its largest European infrastructure investment since the UK business was established in 2005.

The business has financed a spend of around €4 million on new manufacturing technology and facility renovations; primarily in Telford, UK and also its other locations across Europe. The investment is in response to current and projected customer demand for Proto Labs’ advanced manufacturing services from across Europe.