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March 22, 2018

Stainless Steel Latest Makes

Recently produced on our Miyano 65 was a family of parts from stainless steel 316. Our twin spindle, twin turret CNC turning center produced the four interlocking parts (only three pictured). The parts were then 100% inspected as they were being sent direct to Brazil for an installation on site by an engineer. This was completed as one of the first jobs on our updated CMM package. The milling was completed using high performance five flute milling cutters.

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February 13, 2018

More expansion to Ultra Services

Ultra is delighted to announce that it has now extended its services to include mechanical assembly and we now have a dedicated assembly office.

This was part funded by a grant from Suffolk County Council through their New Anglia Small Grants Scheme which is partially funded by the European Regional Development Fund.

Watch this space for further news and updates of our continued expansion!

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January 19, 2018

Latest Machining

The bell house pictured is the latest part to be machined on our twin spindle Doosan Lynx lathe with live tooling. The beautifully finished part was picked off using wrap around pie jaws to support the thin wall, which had been machined to match the profile. The part measures 6.5 inch diameter.

The second part, a refill nozzle for a motorsport application was completed in one cycle on out Doosan MX Lathe. The 5 axis angled head allows us to approach the angled face straight on for simplified production and improved machining. The milling capability affords us to use a long reach radiused milling cutter to produce the deep groove in cycle.

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January 11, 2018

Mach 2018 – Registration now Live

Visitors to this years Mach 2018 are invited to register early. This year sees an emphasis on the future of manufacturing and how it connects with technology. To demonstrate this, a new way for visitors to gain from the exhibition with everybody being provided with an interactive badge has been introduced. Visitors will be able to collect information from exhibitors in a quick and effective manner. Taking away the need to carry around brochures and paperwork. This year also sees a change of venue, with a move to the atrium side of the NEC, allowing the whole of the exhibition to be on one level.

To find out more about the exhibition, exhibitors and how to get your ticket visit the Mach website.



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