Tag: machinery

Aldermans expands and upgrades its CNC milling capabilities.

It’s always an exciting moment when new metal fabrication machinery arrives at our Plymouth factory.  And this time, it’s not just one piece, but two! …

Smile! Impressive new photos of our factory and team

Having worked with the talented Tony Cobley over two days, we’re proud to share some of the highlights from our recent company photoshoot.  So much…

Laser cutting or punching? How to choose.

by Karen Friendship, Managing Director When you wish to create a shape or hole in sheet metal, there are two commonly used approaches – laser…

Punched parts, pronto! – thanks to our new automatic sheet loader

In another significant factory investment, we have increased our CNC punching capacity thanks to the addition of a new automatic sheet loader for our Amada…

What’s the future for metal fabricators?

by Shane Heaney, Operations Manager. As sheet metal fabricators, variety is the order of the day at Aldermans in Plymouth.  We manufacture everything from automotive…

CNC turning and milling – what’s the difference?

by Karen Friendship, Managing Director. Turning and milling, at first glance, appear to be very similar processes and achieve similar results. So, what is the difference…

Aldermans commissions new Amada turret punch

We are delighted to announce that we have further invested in our suite of metal fabrication machinery by adding an Amada EMZ 3612 MII Turret…

Aldermans ups productivity with new machinery investment

We are delighted to announce a significant investment in new machinery, leading to increased efficiency and the creation of six new jobs.

New Mazak lathe arrives at Aldermans’ factory

We are delighted to announce the arrival and commissioning of our brand new Mazak lathe. This lathe is the latest new investment at our Plymouth…

Aldermans invests in new press brake

Aldermans has invested in a brand new press brake, with high-tech features to provide exceptional accuracy and efficiency. The new Amada HFE1003 3i was commissioned…