What We Think
From the latest news to our thoughts on best practices within manufacturing industries, our blog is aimed at highlighting not only what we do at Excell Metal Spinning, but also what is happening in the manufacturing industries on a global scale. From how to overcome problems with in manufacturing to Lean Principles, there is something for everyone.
As many of you are aware, the response to the current climate from British manufacturers has been a driving force in the fightback against COVID-19 coronavirus. Manufacturers of all sizes have adapted in a call to action to provide PPE, ventilators and many more relief-based products.
This post is for all of the Excell Metal Spinning team that is still working within our factory. We understand that change at the best of times can be a challenge, but the rapid changes that have taken place in recent weeks due to the outbreak and social distancing measures have been met.
Excell Metal Spinning is closely monitoring the ongoing Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic. As the situation continues to change rapidly, our top priority remains the health, safety, and well-being of our employees and their families.
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Metal spinning can be found in several different industries, from chimney products to components that are sent into space, see our Metal Spinning in space post. A great deal of the time though it can be hard to recognise metal spinning in everyday life.
In the early hours of this morning the European Space Agency’s Solar Orbiter mission launched from Cape Canaveral, Florida, 04:03 GMT on 10th February with NASA participation. It’s mission, to study the Sun from new perspectives.
Excell Metal Spinning Ltd. was approached by a regular customer in regards to a Bespoke project which involved the production of the Finial that was to be part of, and displayed, in the restoration of the Muslim War burial ground in Woking.
A little knowledge can go a long way. Which is why we are sharing some our our thoughts on best practices in manufacturing and Lean processes.
Throughout our 20th anniversary year, we will be focusing on the key areas within our business to highlight how we work and our processes. As an ISO 9001; 2015 accredited company we have a real passion for how we operate and transparency in communication is at the core of our focus.
The manufacturing sector both in the UK and globally has seen turbulent times over the past year with various factors having their say. Uncertainly was rife, and the effects still ripple though into the new calendar year.
This material guide will help you understand our capabilities as a metal spinning business and will help you in your decision making for future projects within your business.