PDJ Vibro

PDJ Vibro finishes the job at Surface World 2018

Immediately inside the visitors' entrance to Surface World Live 2018, which takes place in hall 11 at the NEC Birmingham from 19-20 September, family-owned vibratory finishing specialist PDJ Vibro will promote its comprehensive range of new and refurbished bowls, barrels and high energy centrifugal equipment, as well as the vast range of consumables on offer on stand C1.
5 years ago

Vibration process saves time and money 

The introduction of vibratory bowls, supplied by PDJ Vibro, at Westwind Air Bearings has had a significant impact on throughput of precision machined galvanometer housings. PES reports.
6 years ago

How important is MACH?

David Hurley, managing director of PDJ Vibro, explains the importance of MACH 2018.
6 years ago

Shaking up finishing for engines

Peterborough subcontractor Westcombe Engineering has installed a new manufacturing cell to produce increased quantities of a family of aluminium engine components for Perkins Engines.
6 years ago

Trough remedy for aerospace part finishing

High-end manufacturing solutions for the aerospace engineering sector are provided by Bowmill Engineering from several factory units on the Nuffield Industrial Estate in Poole.
7 years ago

Vibro finishing helps subcontractor retain export business to China

Post Brexit, UK manufacturers will be cultivating more and more business from outside Europe. One subcontractor that already exports one third of its output, nearly half to China plus some to the USA and Canada, is Stroud-based Truturn Precision Engineering.
7 years ago

More than meets the eye  

While the humble rumbler is often consigned to a dark corner in a factory and is one of the least likely machines to be replaced until it collapses, there is much more to vibratory finishing than meets the eye, as PDJ Vibro will explain to visitors attending MACH this year.
7 years ago

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