New Addition to Artec Engineering Ltd - DENN Beading Machine – RBV-160

Due to continue growth and expansion of the business we are delighted to receive our latest addition to Artec Engineering with our new DENN bespoke beading machine.     

This DENN bespoke machine built to our specification and I configured to cover a range of parts from 400 dia. up to 1500 dia. from a range of materials including, m/st and alloy. 

The RBV-160 enables us to produce high and low volume production runs with a superior finish and dimensional repeatability.

This new addition allows Artec Engineering to move into the 21st century and will give us a competitive edge to bring manufacturing back to the UK from China and the Far East.

 About Artec Engineering Ltd.

Artec Engineering Limited Metal Spinners since 1964, Artec Engineering have over half a century of experience. Situated in Emsworth in Hampshire, Artec are well positioned to serve the entirety of the United Kingdom, and as one of the largest and experienced UK Metal Spinners – often do! CEO Phil Kemp has been in the company since 1975 and many of the staff have been with the company for 20 years plus. 

Artec Engineering employ an economic and flexible approach and evaluate each situation independently. Our supply chain management enable us to handle the entire production from starting from the raw components all the way to delivering the final product.

We handle precious and exotic materials, some of which may require special welding and fabrication processes. Our longevity within the metal spinning and metal fabrication industry, is testament to our competitiveness and pricing structures. From mass production to a one-off bespoke project, we can supply your spun metal parts and fabrications. Get in touch today to see speak to one of our design team and see how we can support you on your project.

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