3D printing is a technique which is becoming increasingly useful for the presswork manufacturer
Global metal pressing manufacturer, H T Brigham, will be exhibiting at Automechanika 2017 at the NEC from 6th – 8th June.
Metal pressing manufacturer H T Brigham will be exhibiting at the eighth Made in the Midlands Exhibition, on 25 May 2017 at the Ricoh Arena in Coventry.
Metal pressing manufacturer, H T Brigham, exhibited at Subcon which is co-located with the Automechanika exhibition and is the UK’s only trade show dedicated to manufacturing supply chains, subcontracting and outsourced engineering services.
H T Brigham has been working very closely with Trevor Wing, a business development coach, from TJW Limited, who has been providing training and development in the area of monitoring process actions, as part of the manufacturer’s continuous improvement strategy.
This month, H T Brigham Director, Simone Thomas, writes about the role women have to play in the manufacturing environment.
The best things come to those who wait. This is what we are led to believe in life, but when is this really true in business? Of course there are many examples of when playing the long game can pay off big time. In the presswork industry especially, getting on board with customer projects in the initial development stages can be extremely lucrative in the long-term, as long as you can afford the luxury of time.
Where did you buy your groceries from this week? Did you visit the independent traders on your local high street, or the one-stop-shop supermarket just down the road? Which you choose will probably come down to several factors including, price, quality, variety, convenience, and not least, whether you even have a local high street anymore.
An issue which has quite a few manufacturing and engineering SMEs scratching their heads at the moment, is how to tackle the sector’s growing skills gap. Whether skilled productive people have moved to other roles within the sector, or have moved out of the trade completely, we seem to have a real problem.
HT Brigham digs deeper into the deep drawn stamping process and draws attention to its strength enhancing, waste minimising and cost-efficiency benefits.