12 June 2018
12 June 2018
Rampf Tooling Solutions, Germany, and John Burn, UK, are celebrating a successful first year of their distribution partnership.
According to the two companies this partnership has led to RAKU TOOL Close Contour products and materials for the manufacture of high-performance composites gaining further popularity in UK markets.
Birmingham-based John Burn has been distributing RAKU TOOL modelling and mould engineering materials to customers in the UK since June 2017. The RAKU TOOL product portfolio, developed and manufactured by Rampf Tooling Solutions, includes styling, modelling and working boards; close contour pastes, close contour blocks and close contour castings; gelcoats, laminating, casting and multi-purpose systems.
For the construction of models and moulds in the composites industry, Rampf offers high-performance liquid, paste and board materials. The epoxy and polyurethane systems cover a wide temperature range and are said to exhibit excellent physical and mechanical properties.
“We have significantly expanded the market share of RAKU TOOL products for the composites industry in the past twelve months,” reports Paul Moore, Business Development Manager at John Burn. “This positive development is fuelled both by the excellent product quality and our team of experts, who provide customers across the UK with expert advice, customer-specific service, and swift technical support.”
Furthermore, Rampf’s range of close contour materials for the cost-effective manufacture of model and moulds are reported to have earned the business of numerous new customers. RAKU TOOL Close Contour Pastes, Close Contour Blocks and Close Contour Castings are designed to guarantee homogeneous, seamless surfaces and optimum dimensional stability.
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