Test, Measurement, Quality & Control

New Levels of Accuracy

M-CNC Precision Engineering is ensuring the accuracy of components manufactured for jet powered surf boards with a range of bore micrometers.

As a sub-contract multi-axis CNC machining company, M-CNC Precision Engineering has a range of high calibre customers requiring the highest levels of quality. Based in Somerset, the company manufactures parts for Riders Racing of Riders Motorcycles, centre plates for advanced rotary engines for Unmanned Aerial Vehicles on behalf of Rotron Power Ltd, and engine components for Mako Boardsports’ revolutionary Jet Powered Surf Boards.

Sintavia installs CT for AM

Metal additive manufacturing (AM) company Sintavia has installed a computed tomography (CT) system in its facility in Florida, USA to help control the AM process.

The company is a global leader in the technology, providing a high-end design-to-production subcontract service to customers in the aerospace, automotive and oil & gas sectors, amongst others.

Engine of Innovation

Ranked as one of the world’s top 100 new universities in the respected ‘Times Higher Education Rankings 2017’, Portsmouth University has rapidly ascended the UK academic rankings.

This is credit to an £150m+ investment over the last ten years in buildings and resources. Part of this strategy has seen the Hampshire institution procure the very latest metrology equipment from Mitutoyo for its School of Engineering.

Speed & Accuracy aids World Record attempt

Having smashed the previous mark by 20 mph, Scunthorpe based Becci Ellis set an incredible world record of 264.1mph and became the world’s fastest woman on a conventional motorcycle over a standing start mile.

Achieving the female land speed record also makes her the fourth fastest rider in the world, just 30mph behind the overall world record set by the late American rider Bill Warner.

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