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.
Manufacturing is an important industry in the UK, of which Metal Spinning forms a niche sector supplying thousands of businesses across the world. In recent findings, the UK retained its position as the ninth leading manufacturer in terms of output totalling £191 billion in 2019
Share this article: Share on facebook Facebook Share on twitter Twitter Share on linkedin LinkedIn Share on email Email back to all Metal Spinning is a powerful craft used to create axi-symmetrical components for a wide range of industries. It’s recognized as one of the oldest techniques for the production of hollow metal components which […]
Have you ever wondered how skilled operators in the UK Manufacturing industry harnessed their skill in Metal Spinning?
Product design is a fundamental part of the product life cycle and can become a defining factor of the overall success of your product both short term and long term.
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Metal Spinning is a craft dating back to the years of Ancient Egypt and has considerably developed over the years since the introduction of automated machinery
Whenever machinery and people are idle, products are not being made. Unplanned disruptions in production…
The repetitive manufacturing process forms one of the six different variations of manufacturing processes that have been adopted by organisations worldwide.
The UK manufacturing industry remains in the driving seat when it comes to exporting with 44% of global exports worth over £273 Billion to the UK economy. The UK manufacturing sector accounts for £192 billion of output and contributes to 66% of all UK R&D.