Excell metal spinning UK
Excellence in Quality.
Excell Metal Spinning Ltd is based in the UK and aims to provide our customers with the power of effective supply management. Therefore, through aiding your business with our reliable manufacturing solutions, on time deliveries and unrivalled product quality, we make your business our passion.
In addition we are a metal spinning and manufacturing company that provides a sustainable partnership, aided through continuous improvement strategies for all our customers. From quotation through to production we offer peace of mind in an effective partner and have the capacity to scale with you.
"To the optimist, the glass is half full. To the pessimist, the glass is half empty. To the metal spinner, the glass is twice as big as it needs to be."
Excellence in Service
As a ISO 9001: 2015 registered manufacturing company, Excell has achieved accreditation with UKAS Management Systems through BSI. Therefore as part of our service, the company is committed to the quality procedures and has held this accreditation since 2004.
Most of all quality is instilled in our culture and we take pride in making sure that our customer requirements are met consistently, order after order. Through a working partnership, we aim to help you achieve your business goals and growth.
This is achievable through clear communication channels and understanding not only the processes that we follow, but your business and how you operate is vital to a successful partnership.
Through tailoring our services to your requirements we can become your single source supply for complete components or assemblies. From a range of our secondary services we can achieve high quality complete components that reduce the footfall and save you time in managing multiple suppliers.
Metal Spinning & Manufacturing Insights.
Read about our latest, insights and updates from new services to manufacturing best practices. We are more than just a spinning company, in other words, we are your manufacturing partner and will tailor a solution to meet your requirements.
According to 3D insider, 3D printing became a popular manufacturing process in the late 1980’s. This is because it proved to be a quick and accurate technique that was also cost effective.
Continuous Manufacturing is often known as Process Manufacturing (Continuous) and operates with the use of production lines that run 24/7. Unlike processes such as Repetitive, Discrete or Job Shop Manufacturing, raw materials used within this process consist of gases, liquids, powders or even slurries.
Job Shop manufacturing is often difficult to organize, schedule and can be difficult to handle materials costs, lead times and levels of work. The disadvantages can certainly be daunting to any business owner not fully familiar with the process.