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Quickgrind to showcase remanufacturing at Advanced Engineering UK

Posted 3 October 2014 · Add Comment

Carbide cutting tool manufacturer, Quickgrind, will be showcasing its specialist remanufacturing service at next month's Advanced Engineering UK, being held at the NEC, Birmingham (11-12 November).

It will be revealing how it is helping many of its customers significantly improve their performance, pointing to its ‘total engineering approach’. This ensures they match customers’ exact requirements with the ideal tool. A quality off-the-shelf tool that can be used again and again, typically up to seven times, enabling customers to deliver great performance, while making savings in excess of 50%.

Ross Howell (right), Quickgrind’s Managing Director said: “We already have an international reputation for our market-leading solutions, which are exported worldwide to customers across a myriad of engineering sectors - including Aerospace, Automotive and Formula One, amongst others. However, in the UK our offering has been one of the best kept secrets and we believe it’s time customers, on our doorstep, start to reap the performance benefits of our British engineering heritage, quality and innovation.”

As pioneers of Computer Aided Manufacturing (CAM) technology in the cutting tool manufacturing industry, Quickgrind use advanced five and seven axis CNC machinery along with the latest inspection equipment. “In addition, we offer an innovative industrial vending solution – QuickVend,” Ross explains, “This gives our customers the added security and convenience benefits of having an automatically managed supply of tooling at the point-of-use.

“We are committed to driving forward the competitiveness of British engineering. Innovation is the key and this is why we have a continuous programme of investment in staff, machinery and technological breakthroughs.”
 

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