Working with Sylatech’s MB1 copper-based alloy, a team of scientists at the University of Southampton have established significant results in the elimination of Covid-19 within 10 minutes.
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The global pandemic has led businesses to search for opportunities to create safer products and working environments.
The KeepSafe is a simple personal handheld device, which enables users to avoid touching handles, buttons or grabbing items unnecessarily.
At Sylatech we have announced the launch of a simple personal handheld device called the KeepSafe, which enables users to avoid touching handles, buttons or grabbing items unnecessarily.
With the outbreak of Covid-19 causing many manufacturing supply chains to fails, perhaps UK businesses will reassess the risk of buying from low-cost, overseas suppliers. Whilst UK manufacturers are often considered as not being cost-effective, perhaps future procurement decisions will take account of the wider benefits of buying locally.
Due to the uncertainty surrounding the impact of the coronavirus, we remain diligent and are continually monitoring the latest UK Government guidelines on the Coronavirus outbreak.
Sylatech's lost-wax casting process often surprises engineers, in terms of what can be achieved through this manufacturing method, such as casting intricate connector parts. The application of our process affords engineers several benefits and these include:
Last week at Sylatech we underwent our annual EN 9100: 2018 (AS9100 Rev D) assessment by BSi. We are delighted to announce that the audit was a huge success and zero non-conformities were raised by the auditor.
Facilitated by 3D printing, Sylatech offers its customers a rapid turnaround in the manufacture of precision metal components. This enables our customers to test the functionality of their designs without initially investing in tooling for the casting process.
We are delighted to present you with Sylatech’s Engineering Design Guide for the investment casting process. The Sylatech casting process is capable of producing light-weight parts weighing as little as 1 gram, and with a wall thickness as fine as 0.2mm.