A few examples of what I do professionally


Special purpose tooling

The picture to the left shows the tooling I designed and built for an automatic metal spinning lathe. The top flange is spring loaded and is pushed forward by a pair of pneumatic cylinders at the end of the spinning operation to eject the finished work


Spares for old machines

The picture to the right shows a pair of pivoting machine slides that will be fitted to a paper winding machine as replacement parts. The origional arms were made in cast iron but the patterns for them were lost long ago. These replacements were made by welding up steel profiles, bar and plate and then machining them to match the originals. The slides will be fitted with easily exchangable wear pads.


Jigs and fixtures

The picture to the left is a motorised assembly jig I designed and built for a local client. The construction uses flame cut profiles with hollow section and channel and is driven by a braked heli worm motorised gearbox.

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