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McGreevy Engineering invests in new equipment and training

Posted 7 October 2019 · Add Comment

Precision engineering company, McGreevy Engineering, has invested in a high-performance CNC coordinate measure machine (CMM) and additional training of employees, to ensure the high standards of quality for their growing aerospace customers is maintained, as well as allowing them to offer new products in this sector.



Above: Aaron McGreevy managing director with Kieran Reavley, CNC programmer.
Courtesy McGreevy Engineering


The company holds the SC21 Bronze award as well as AS9100, which is designed specifically for the aviation, space and defence industries, and promotes continuous improvement and ensures processes are accurate and consistent.

Aaron McGreevy, Managing Director of McGreevy Engineering said: “This is a key investment for McGreevy Engineering and as we continue to grow, it is imperative that we invest in our people and new equipment. Having been to the Paris Air Show earlier this year and met with some of our current key customers, I view this as the next significant step for our business.

“Quality is such an important aspect in precision engineering and in particular the aerospace sector. We’ve reorganised the factory along with adding some internal structures to tailor the building for the CMM to ensure the right conditions are provided. Our continuing commitment to the quality of output is illustrated by this recent installation. I’m delighted with the end result and that we are up and running and making a significant difference to our customers.”

McGreevy Engineering specialises in precision machined components, 5-axis milling and multi axis turn milling.





 

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