30 Oct Cost Reducing Cold forming is the Future of Component Manufacture
Dawson Shanahan will be leading a presentation on the future of component manufacture at this year’s Advanced Engineering 2014. Mark Jennings, Engineering Director at Dawson Shanahan, will focus on precision cold forming and the opportunities it offers the engineering industry in sectors such as automotive, medical and aerospace.
The presentation will explore how precision cold forming, which offers faster lead times, better surface finish and improved mechanical characteristics, is becoming an increasingly valuable and reliable method of custom engineering components and assemblies. Mark Jennings will also discuss a variety of case studies that will outline how cold forming provides industry with dependable and enhanced component quality, while also producing 80% less scrap than other machining processes.
Welshpool based Dawson Shanahan is one of the world’s leading precision cold forming specialists, with over 60 years of experience in developing this highly effective engineering technique using a wide variety of metals. The company has unrivalled capability, knowledge and resources to help customers manufacture bespoke specified components and assemblies, such as automotive valve sleeves, power switchgear parts, medical components and plasma nozzles. Working with some of the biggest names in automotive and aerospace, Dawson Shanahan is renowned for engineering out waste and inefficiencies to deliver the highest quality of product and service, on time and to budget.
At Advanced Engineering, precision engineering and cold forming experts will be on hand to discuss how Dawson Shanahan’s full range of design, prototyping and manufacturing services for the production of custom engineered components can meet your requirements. Visitors to Advanced Engineering 2014 will find the Dawson Shanahan exhibit at Stand J115, Hall 5, on 11-12 November 2014.