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Guhring Dives Into Micro Milling

posted 02nd February 2021 by Lisa Bigge

The Guhring Diver Series of end mills has been an unparalleled success since its market introduction, and now Guhring is extending the multitude of benefits of this industry leading series to the micro machining sector. Recognised as the ‘smallest diver in the world’, the new RF100 Micro Diver end mills have been introduced for high-performance machining of small components.

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Guhring – Always on-hand to support industry

posted 02nd February 2021 by Lisa Bigge

If 2020 has taught us anything, it is that in a worldwide marketplace, supply chains are both critical to the industry but also more fragile than we would like to believe. The pandemic has certainly hit supply chains which has an immediate impact on the day-to-day running of your business. Now, with the Brexit transition period ending and potentially further disruption, the resilience of your supply chain is being tested like never before. Unless you buy your cutting tools from a UK manufacturing company like Guhring UK.

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Guhring makes light work of ‘ruff’ job

posted 04th August 2020 by Lisa Bigge

Working closely with companies like Rolls-Royce, Collins Aerospace, Safran, Bombardier, ITP Aero, Marshall and Incora, XCEL Aerospace is a subcontract manufacturer with an aerospace pedigree that few in the supply chain can match. Offering services from CNC machining, fabrication, assembly, additive manufacturing, kitting and even its own range of braided leads, the Essex manufacturer is an integral part of the supply chain for many aerospace OEMs.

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Guhring Stock Standards & Manufacture Specials to Support Covid-19 Challenge

posted 22nd April 2020 by Lisa Bigge

Social media is currently ‘alight’ with UK engineers doing the country proud in meeting the ‘Ventilator Challenge UK’ demand to support the battle against the Coronavirus (Covid-19). Likewise, the supply chain is flying the flag for UK manufacturing with its response to keeping this critical infrastructure in motion.

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