PDJ Vibro, a leading provider of vibratory bowls, troughs, associated consumables, technical consultancy and subcontract finishing, will focus at MACH on the depth of experience and expertise it offers to customers.
Now in its second generation and run by managing and technical directors David and Paul Hurley respectively, the company was established in 1983 by their father John, the current chairman.
With an eye to succession, passing this knowledge down to David’s son Tom and Paul’s two sons, James and Adam, and acclimatising them to the world of manufacturing will form an important part of the event. All three third-generation family members will be in attendance during this year’s show, Tom having made his MACH debut in 2014.
Another theme of the stand will be to communicate the advantages of eliminating hand finishing, namely reduced labour costs and scrap, less reworking and increased consistency of finish compared with processing parts by hand.
Two further topics will be highlighted. One is PDJ Vibro’s ability to deliver competitively priced, high quality equipment quickly ex-stock from the company’s Bletchley showroom and technical centre, together with the requisite consumables. The other area of focus will be the vast range of components that can be efficiently and safely processed using the vibratory process.