Dawson Shanahan is showcasing its full range of cold forming and CNC machining services at this year’s Advanced Engineering 2014 in the Performance Metals Engineering section. The exhibit promises to be a must-see for visitors wishing to benefit from a reliable and sustainable manufacturing process that offers a high degree of flexibility in machining.
Dawson Shanahan will also be leading a seminar in the Performance Metals Engineering forum on precision cold forming and the opportunities it offers the engineering industry in sectors such as automotive, medical and aerospace. The cold forming process produces 80 per cent less waste that many other metal-forming techniques, and therefore significantly reduces materials costs while ensuring a high-quality product.
Already known for its service delivery and combination of in-house cold forming, precision CNC machining and assembly techniques, Dawson Shanahan now offers even greater speed and efficiency with its Triflex Modular multi-station CNC machine. The Triflex Modular multi-station CNC machining centre offers simultaneous five-sided machining without re-clamping, turrets with up to eight tools, tool changes during the machining process, very short chip-to-chip time, and separate loading and unloading stations.
Performance Metals engineering 2014 is part of this year’s Advanced Engineering event, which features five show streams embracing over 650 exhibitors. Also part of Advanced Engineering 2014 is Aero Engineering 2014, Composites Engineering 2014, Automotive Engineering 2014 and Auto electronics 2014.
Precision engineering and cold forming experts will be on hand to discuss how Dawson Shanahan‘s full range of design, prototyping and manufacturing services for the production of custom engineered components can meet your requirements.
For further information, please download Dawson Shanahan‘s free white papers on cold forming and waste reduction, or visit the company on Stand J115, Hall 5, on 11-12 November 2014 at Performance Metals Engineering 2014.