Innovation

  • Small But Perfectly Formed

    Small But Perfectly Formed

    As a designer back in the early Eighties in our former UK company, Edwards Pearson, I remember one of my first projects was to help with the design of a 20-tonne, 1,250 mm press brake.

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  • Westcountry Waterjet

    Established in 2012, Atom Fabs produces stainless steel, aluminium and plastic components for maintenance applications in the food industry.

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  • Clean bill of health

    Clean bill of health

    Midlands-based Syspal, a specialist fabrication company that manufactures handling and other equipment mainly from aluminium and stainless steel, has installed a flatbed fiber laser cutting machine from Bystronic UK.

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  • The 3rd dimension of waterjet cutting

    Waterjet cutting has never been so versatile. Bystronic is expanding the spectrum of applications of the ByJet Flex with a new 3D cutting head. Now users can upgrade the machine platform from 2D to 3D technology at any time.

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  • Versatile fibre laser is ideal for jobbing

    The fabricating company for which Matt Levett formerly worked went into liquidation in 2003, despite the firm having progressed from manual cutting to embrace CNC technology after the purchase of a waterjet / plasma combination machine.

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  • Productivity Exchange

    Leicestershire sheet metal subcontactor, Midland Metal Products (MMP) bought a Bystronic CO2 laser profiler in 2005 to replace three smaller laser cutters. In May this year, the firm part changed the C02 machine for a fiber laser version of identical capacity from the same supplier.

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