PDJ Vibro Ltd - In the press
Winning a contract, earlier this year, to produce components for super-yachts meant that a new vibratory bowl was needed to clean, deburr and finish the surfaces of large components, as the existing machine at the company's Gosport factory was too small.
MWP Advanced Manufacturing Magazine
http://digitaledition.advancedmanufacturing.co.uk/mwp1114-909/ page 88
Family run subcontract machinist Mathison Engineering specialises in producing 316 stainless steel marine fittings in quantities ranging from one-off prototypes to high volume runs.
http://www.machinery.co.uk/machinery-online-magazine/2854 page 68
A contract for super-yacht components meant that a family-run subcontract machinist needed to invest in equipment that could clean, deburr and finish he parts to a high standard.
Engineering Capacity Magazine
When global materials engineering
company Morgan Advanced Materials
needed a new vibratory finishing bowl, the
company turned to PDJ Vibro for a solution.
Morgan manufactures high specification,
technically complex components for a wide
range of applications, from military to
medical, transportation and petrochemical
Grinding & Surface Finishing Magazine
http://www.rbpublishing.co.uk/grindsurf/archives/gsfnov2014.pdf Page 66
Preparation time for painting plastic components cut by one-third
To assist companies that are considering finishing 3D printed parts automatically using vibratory bowls, guidelines have been prepared by Ogle Models and Prototypes, a leading design and model making bureau based in Letchworth, Hertfordshire.
After using the technology for just under a year, leading design and model-making bureau Ogle Models and Prototypes has prepared a set of guidelines to assist other companies in using vibratory bowls to finish 3D printed parts.