Kingsbury, Gefertec, GOM collaborate to disrupt manufacturing process

Kingsbury collaborates with teams from Gefertec and GOM Metrology to disrupt the manufacturing process and use wire arc additive manufacturing (WAAM) to produce a secondary roll stop for a high-speed train, for emergency repairs.

This video takes our team across Europe to different facilities on the supply chain, from Berlin to Coventry and finishing in Gosport at Kingsbury headquarters.

Watch the journey and hear the story and process explained by experts and directors from each of the three stages in the manufacturing process.

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