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Surface Generation Ltd

  • Last modified 11 months ago
  • Lyndon, Oakham, UK

Surface Generation is a privately-owned high technology and manufacturing company headquartered in the UK and with facilities in North America and Asia. Its patented Production to Functional Specification (PtFS) technology enables manufacturers in the aerospace, automotive and consumer electronics sectors to work with composite materials, saving costs, energy and producing significantly lighter weight products.

We established Surface Generation in 2002 to develop and commercialise our unique Production to Functional Specification (PtFS) technology. Our clients use PtFS to optimise their use of advanced composite materials like carbon fibre so they can manufacture products such as aircraft wings, consumer devices or automotive components much more efficiently than is possible with traditional manufacturing techniques. PtFS enables a paradigm shift in cost, quality and delivery that provides fast (up to 95% lower cycle time) and energy efficient (up to 95% less) solutions to the world’s manufacturing OEMs and material suppliers.

Our target markets include:

  • Aerospace
  • Automotive
  • Consumer Devices
Address
  • 7 Brackenbury Court
    Lyndon Barns
    Edith Weston Road
    Lyndon
    Oakham
    Rutland
    LE15 8TW
    UK

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Latest news from Surface Generation Ltd

Surface Generation Embarks Upon Thermoplastic Overmoulding Project

17th January 2017 0 comments

Surface Generation, a provider of advanced carbon fibre processing technologies, has started work on an 18-month research and development project to produce affordable lightweight carbon fibre components for the automotive industry.