New site for gear production machines offers unparalleled detail

Micro Precision has launched a new website to support sales of the high-precision and cost-effective CNC gear-production machines from S&T Dynamics.

The new website (www.MicroprecisionMTS.co.uk) provides comprehensive information about the entire range of gear production machines, which includes: hobbers, shapers, shavers, deburrers and associated accessories.

The company's faith in the capabilities of the range is reflected in the fact that it uses a number of S&T machines in its own 20,000sqft manufacturing facility. Visitors to the site can watch the machines in action and hear directly from Micro Precision MD Terry Grubb on why he chose to purchase the machines and how to get the best from them on a day-to-day basis.

Before making the decision to act as exclusive distributor and investing in the new site, Micro Precision made sure the machines could meet the demands of the aerospace industry, producing consistent super-accurate results with minimal set-up times and easy-to-use controls. Micro Precision Production Engineer Steve Walker provides a video overview of the machines viewable from the website home page.

Once the machines and the manufactured components passed Micro Precision's exhaustive quality control standards, the decision was made to distribute the machines, as Micro Precision's extensive manufacturing base in Hemel Hempstead provides an excellent working showroom and a wealth of experience and support.

Visit the new website now at www.MicroprecisionMTS.co.uk.

Micro-Precision Gear Technology Ltd

Duxons Turn
Hemel Hempstead
HP2 4SB
UNITED KINGDOM

+44 (0)1442 241027

enquires@microprecision.co.uk

www.microprecision.co.uk

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