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Attwater invests £100,000 in CNC upgrades

Attwater & Sons, a manufacturer of composite materials and components, has invested in two new Haas TM-3P CNC vertical milling machines.

19th April 2018

Innovation in Textiles
 |  Preston

Transport/​Aerospace, Civil Engineering, Industrial

Attwater & Sons has invested another £100,000 in two new machines. © Attwater & Sons Attwater & Sons, a manufacturer and supplier of industrial laminates, composite materials and machined components, has invested another £100,000 in two new Haas TM-3P CNC vertical milling machines, replacing two older machines.

In addition to working faster, the TM-3Ps are also said to consume less power than Attwater's previous machining centres, cutting energy bills and boosting the company's green credentials. The machining centres include ten-station automatic tool changers with a one metre bed, making it ideal for Attwater's work in the aerospace, power generation and industrial sectors.

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