Sylatech integrates 3D printing to produce sample metal prototype parts for its customers, allowing them to test their designs without having to invest in tooling ahead of investment casting. This yields significant time and cost savings as fewer tooling modifications are necessary.
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We have completed the build and fit-out of a further 444 sqm facility, creating a machining centre of excellence, and last week we proudly took delivery of a new large-bed Datron MLCube.
Last week we bid farewell to Oscar (pictured above) who spent his week on work experience with Sylatech. Oscar’s packed schedule gave him an insight into all areas of our business. This included our investment casting foundry, tooling, CNC machine shop and RF/Microwave design, engineering & test facility.
Sylatech is today featured in The Yorkshire Post announcing the exciting news on the grant funding investment that we have received of £450,000 from Let’s Grow North East & East Yorkshire.
Sylatech is now closed from 21st December and re-opens for business on 2nd January 2019.
A YORKSHIRE-based manufacturing firm has secured a multi-million pound 10 year contract to supply a major European defence contractor with a system that can be deployed on land and sea as a surveillance and “threat detection” radar.
Lost wax investment casting of precision RF/Microwave metal parts.
Sylatech‘s new product development success was a perfect fit for Airbus Defence and Space.