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The Load to Ruin

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You have to buy a machine that can handle your capacity, not just today but also in the future... Read More

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Meet the machines: The Brenner Turret Mill

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We offer four types of Turret Mill, with the Brenner 220RX being our best seller, we import these machines for two very good reasons... Read More

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Meet the machines: The Bema Radial Arm Drill

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We supply the Bema Radial Arm Drill in four sizes, from the MG850 with a drilling capacity of 50mm up to the MG2090 and its solid 90mm drilling capacity and six Morse.. Read More

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How to measure sheet metal gauge and thickness

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It might be obvious to some, but also less obvious to others... More and more these days fabricators take delivery of their sheet metal, do what needs to be done,.. Read More

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Meet the machines: The Bema Vs the Meyer Pillar Drill

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Generally you might assume that a pillar drill is a relatively uncomplicated piece of kit compared to other machines that populate a modern workshop... Read More

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Meet the machines: The Meyer Pillar Drill Range

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We are proud to offer a range of Meyer pillar drills to suit a wide variety of needs, each brings something unique to the table but all share the same.. Read More

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Are the manual Meyer Lathes still useful in today’s CNC workshops?

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This constant search for better dimensional quality and higher surface finished led to the Computer Numeric Control (CNC) route, and the development of machines that can routinely hold micron tolerances.. Read More