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Creative Composites Invests in CNC Trimming Centre

  • Thursday, 19th April 2012
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Creative Composites have invested in another advanced five axis CNC trimming centre. 

Jonathan Holmes, Commercial Director at Creative Composites commented, “Our success is due to our unique approach to supplying composite components.  We have an ethos of delivering innovative design, advanced manufacturing and unrivalled customer service which supports the demanding requirements of world leading companies.  We have ambitious growth plans for the future and increasing the size of the factory and investing in advanced manufacturing equipment are all part of this plan”.  

Creative Composites say their range of 5-axis CNC trimming centres offer customers precise trimming of composite components within very short cycle times. They explain that the investment, totalling over £1.5 million, brings a number of crucial benefits for customers by enabling larger parts to be trimmed. Jonathan continued, “The new CNC centre gives increased capacity to meet the increasing future demand from new and existing customers.  The equipment was built and supplied to our exacting specifications with our team liaising closely with the supplier to develop systems and features specifically for composite applications. The new trimming centre not only increases the range of composite parts we can trim but also improves efficiencies – this benefits customers by providing excellent levels of quality at lower costs”.


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