Sustainable Metal Spinning: An overview 1. Introduction to Metal Spinning and its Benefits Metal spinning, also known as spin forming or spinning, is a metalworking process in which a piece of sheet metal is formed into a desired shape using a rotating tool called a mandrel. This process is used to create a variety of […]
Exploring the Versatility of Manual Metal Spinning Manual metal spinning, also known as hand metal spinning or spin forming, is a metalworking process in which a disk or cylinder of metal is rotated at high speed and formed into a desired shape using a hand-held tool. The process dates back to ancient times and has […]
What is the metal spinning process? Metal spinning, also known as spin forming or spinning, is a metalworking process in which a disc or tube of metal is rotated at high speed and formed into an axially symmetric part using a tool or die. The process is similar to woodturning or pottery wheel throwing, but […]
Share this article: Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Email back to all Table of Contents There is a general consensus that supply chain management plays an effective role in corporate efficiency. It’s a topic regularly discussed by academics and businesses, particularly within manufacturing, and is regarded as an effective method of improving service, reducing inventory and streamline […]
Manufacturing companies are looking for strategies to compete on both price and quality in the modern global market. This article outlines how the future of manufacturing in 2023 will be shaped by these trends.
Lean Manufacturing is simply a production practice that considers the expenditure of resources for any goal other than the creation of value for the end customer to be wasteful.
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?
Curtis Bligh, Head of Marketing, talks about the recent success of Excell Metal Spinning Ltd. and their recent expansion on BBC Radio Solent