Within the engineering sectors mentioned below, we have given valuable input where the requirement of extrusion has arisen, and in some cases where we have suggested it as an alternative to other manufacturing mediums, due to the versatility that extrusion lends to the finished component.
Two of the sectors we have helped are the conveyor system market and theatrical production management. Original designs submitted by the client not extrudable in their present form, following discussions and collaboration in design, we have succeeded in producing an alternative design to serve a functional purpose.
Aluminium extrusions have also played a significant role for us in the automotive industry, with water, oil and air charged coolers being used across a range of vehicle applications from small bespoke race cars, to trains and heavy tractors.
Cable management systems and aluminium instrument enclosures are areas of electronic engineering applications that have seen extruded aluminium play a significant role. In an industry which often lends itself to substantial amounts of metal work, the use of extrusion has proven both commercially and functionally viable.
Stair lifts and coupling systems are examples of precision engineering where tight tolerances and interlocking components become significant factors within the manufacturing element. The versatility of aluminium extrusion has served this discipline well.
The application of RF antenna systems invaluable to multinational companies in the UK, where in some instances, the requirement of 18 components can be reduced down to 3 with the aid of aluminium extrusion.