Precision Micro, the leading manufacturer of high precision metal components, has recently made substantial capital investments, demonstrating the company’s confidence in the future of its advanced photochemical etching processes.
Since April 2011 Precision Micro is rolling out an investment programme of over 1.5m GBP in new technology and equipment… investment that not only increases capacity but also improves quality and technical capability whilst enabling the company to maintain its competitive pricing structure.
“The demand for our specialist etching process is buoyant and we foresee it increasing substantially in the future, as people discover the benefits”, said Anthony Marrett, Precision Micro Managing Director.
“We produce bespoke, precise, burr-free, stress-free components in a rapid time frame and at competitive prices”, continued Marrett, “Our investment programme is focussed on providing an ever higher level of service and support to our customers.”
One investment acquisition has been an automated cut sheet laminator, which further improves quality consistency and reduces waste generation at the sheet preparation stage to zero, by removing the need to trim sheets post-lamination.
Further investment has been made in print frames and resist stripping capacity in order to provide an ever more timely service to customers.
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