Metal spinning offers cost savings, improved production capabilities, and the production of high-quality components with fewer unfavourable traits compared with other techniques.
Metal spinning is used in many industries. It’s an economical alternative to machining a part from scratch and it allows you to create a finished part that doesn’t require additional finishing in order to be functional.
In the UK, energy costs are continuing to rise and businesses in particular are struggling with these high prices. The French government has offered subsidies to businesses struggling with high energy prices and has managed to ease the pressure on its economy by doing so.
Production costs are rising, supply chains were disrupted by the pandemic, and demand is increasing. How can manufacturers prepare for rising costs?
Why is the demand growing and what can you do?
An in-depth look at what materials are common and not so common at Excell along with their uses, properties, and what industries rely on these materials.
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