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‘Buying British’ Message Wins Business for ITC

The 2018 edition of MACH proved to be the most successful event that Industrial Tooling Corporation (ITC) has participated in so far.

While many commentators will pin the show success on a buoyant market and a new floor layout; for Tamworth manufacturer ITC, the crowds were drawn in by a stunning stand design, a Suter MMX500 racing bike and the sheer diversity of its product range.

Spotlight on productive additive manufacturing

On its additive manufacturing stand, in the 3D printing and additive manufacturing zone, Renishaw exhibited its work as part of Land Rover BAR’s Technical Innovation Group (TIG) for the 2017 America’s Cup.

Renishaw contributed encoder technology and an additively manufactured manifold to the technologically advanced foiling race boat.

What a MACH!

Our team had a superb week at MACH 2018, for me personally it was wonderful to see so many familiar faces as well as meeting and making new contacts.

Since the show we have received four new customer orders already, with many new business relationships beginning to flourish. This was the second MACH for ID: Production Engineering for Professionals which also marked our 3rd anniversary. We are delighted to be working with so many exciting suppliers of manufacturing technology products and I hope each and every person that attended MACH as either an exhibitor or visitor is equally proud to be part of such a fantastic Industry. UK manufacturing is alive and well.

EDM boosts productivity at Neptune Engineering

Hertford-based Neptune Engineering has continued investing in the latest Sodick die-sink technology by acquiring a new AD35L machine from Sodi-Tech EDM. By offering up to 50% more speed than the machine it replaced, the Sodick AD35L has eliminated a bottleneck and delivered important extra capacity to this progressive toolmaking specialist.

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