James Heal’s new investment in CNC lathe to improve quality and productivity

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Britain based precision testing instruments and premium quality test materials manufacturer James Heal has made significant investment in CNC machinery. This step of the 140 years old company is going improves its products quality, improve productivity and will increase their capacity with more readiness to growth and customer satisfaction.

 James Heal'snew CNC machinery
Figure 1: Experts are working in James Heal’s new CNC machinery

The DMG Mori NLX2500SY/700 new high precision CNC lathe will increase James Heal’s machine shop capacity. The new machine achieves powerful turning capabilities and outstanding milling performance and it is enabling operators’ to perform machining of various work pieces. Operators now can produce simple- to complex-shaped components with an easily in James Heal.

Jeams Heal’s flagship instrument the Martindale abrasion and pilling tester manufacturing will be faster as the new CNC machinery can components in one machine which they required two machines previously. Companies current investment in CNC lathe was over £150,000.

The company has informed on 9th August 2016 that this investment is to improve their already good quality instruments. James Heal is a global leader in manufacturing textile precision equipment and consumable and this investment would help them grow further.

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