Standard or bespoke – Hyfore and ETG Workholding have the full capability at MACH 2016

ETG-Workholding-group-1024x801AT MACH 2016 ETG Workholding, the Engineering Technology Group’s workholding Division, will have its own dedicated stand in Hall 4, demonstrating its extensive capability to supply standard and customised products and solutions.

Experts from Hyfore Engineering with its bespoke design and manufacturing expertise and ETG Workholding with its capability to supply the largest inventory of standard products in the UK will be on hand to discuss all aspects of the organisation.

ETG Workholding’s standard products catalogue is based on the proven ‘ShopHardinge’ model – effectively an on-line shop for Hardinge workholding and a

range of leading brand third party products.  These range from chucks, vices, clamps collets and tooling accessories to probing and quality control products and everyday machine shop consumables.

 

ETG Workholding has expanded the original inventory, offering many thousands more products not just from Hardinge but also a growing number of specialist suppliers in its web based catalogue.

 

It has its own dedicated website – www.ETGworkholding.com

 

Established in 1989, Hyfore Engineering is a highly regarded ISO:9001 accredited precision engineering company based in Coventry.

 

As well as ETG Workholding there are 2 business units within the Company; Hyfore Engineering, offering bespoke workholding solutions and Hyfore Developments for prototype and low volume machining / CMM programming and measurement and sub contract work.

 

Representatives from all areas of the Workholding operations will be available on the stand demonstrating the on-line capability for standard products while able to discuss and demonstrate Hyfore’s capabilities in supplying key end user markets such as Automotive Powertrain, Aerospace, Fluid Power and the Construction Industries, supplying both OEM’s,Tier 1 and Tier 2 companies.

 

The Hyfore companies can also be accessed on www.ETGworkholding.com


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